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Constant Tab crashes on 109.0 (Flatpak or Fedora RPM) when loading bigger contents

I tried the RPM and Flatpak Firefox, both in the newest version give me crashes when Loading Youtube, Invidious, Stud.IP, Nextcloud and more "bigger" sites. It seems like… (funda kabanzi)

I tried the RPM and Flatpak Firefox, both in the newest version give me crashes when Loading Youtube, Invidious, Stud.IP, Nextcloud and more "bigger" sites.

It seems like an OOM error, but I have way enough RAM, 4GB/12GB used.

I tried the Flatpak and the RPM Version.

I tried troubleshooting mode.

I used the Arkenfox user.js on both installs.

Journalctl logs:

https://cloud.uol.de/s/ENY9Dkg7zgQKZZt

https://cloud.uol.de/s/9AyGAibGBnLqG3Y

Operating System: Fedora Linux 37 KDE Plasma Version: 5.26.5 KDE Frameworks Version: 5.102.0 Qt Version: 5.15.8 Kernel Version: 6.1.8-200.fc37.x86_64 (64-bit) Graphics Platform: Wayland Memory: 11.4 GiB of RAM Graphics Processor: Mesa Intel® HD Graphics 4000

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Webpages only load when there are 2 duplicate tabs of the url

This started happening 2 days ago (firefox nightly) Here is a video of the issue (forgot to remove audio tracks before recording oops): https://youtu.be/Vc5ktXUw72E … (funda kabanzi)

This started happening 2 days ago (firefox nightly) Here is a video of the issue (forgot to remove audio tracks before recording oops): https://youtu.be/Vc5ktXUw72E

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Answered by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox crashing everytime after closing

bp-74dcfb49-6be0-49a8-9933-c5b0d0210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bc558b71-8b12-483f-a2c7-d51920210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bfea7b56-c540-4640-8ab9-9b81d0210827 8/27/… (funda kabanzi)

bp-74dcfb49-6be0-49a8-9933-c5b0d0210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bc558b71-8b12-483f-a2c7-d51920210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bfea7b56-c540-4640-8ab9-9b81d0210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-aac7a4b1-aafd-4084-9fa0-7c3500210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM No one has helped solve this issue thus far. I have tried every suggestion about history and everything im fixing to just uninstall firefox forever if I cannot get one of you to help me.

Asked by fanucweld 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox browser.

‘Firefox refuses to open, just keeps giving the message "Firefox is already running, but is not responding. The old Firefox process must be closed to open a new window." … (funda kabanzi)

‘Firefox refuses to open, just keeps giving the message "Firefox is already running, but is not responding. The old Firefox process must be closed to open a new window." When I click on close, the message just comes back, I have deleted, and reinstalled Firefox, but it is still the same, I am now having to use windows outlook. Please help me get back onto Firefox.

Asked by the.hairy.loon 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Link do not load on page after Firefox upgrade

I frequently use the site SAM.gov to look at US government solicitations where documents are posted for the public to download. Recently the links to those documents fail… (funda kabanzi)

I frequently use the site SAM.gov to look at US government solicitations where documents are posted for the public to download. Recently the links to those documents fail to load on Firefox when it did just a couple of weeks or less ago. I am now forced to use MS browser just to see those.

For example go to https://sam.gov/opp/81551b02dd2d4e2b8fc06ce327d57113/view look for "Attachments" about 2/3 of the way down and you can see the circling caterpillar thingie where the links should be.

is there a setting or fix? Thank you in advance

Asked by Rahzan 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox 93 freezes

Since the upgrade to version 93 many times Firefox freezes (blue circle moving on screen) and the complete screen is filled with the browser in such a way that the Window… (funda kabanzi)

Since the upgrade to version 93 many times Firefox freezes (blue circle moving on screen) and the complete screen is filled with the browser in such a way that the Windows tray is not visible. This is particularly being done when several pages are open in the browser simultaneously. Sometime after this freeze the browser closes itself without any notice. This is rather annoying when I am in the middle of a work.

Here are the details of my OS: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/DkNG2o5X

Please find attached a picture what can be seen when the above freeze happens.

Asked by kadocsa.krisztian 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by Paul 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox is very laggy with many (discarded) tabs and huge sessionstore.jsonlz4

Problem: Firefox glitches a lot if the total number of all tabs exceeds 4129, and the sessionstore.jsonlz4 file in the profile has a large size. Details: Some interface e… (funda kabanzi)

Problem: Firefox glitches a lot if the total number of all tabs exceeds 4129, and the sessionstore.jsonlz4 file in the profile has a large size.

Details: Some interface elements stop displaying normally after some time after opening 4130 tab, 4131 tab or more - popup menus, extension menus, Firefox menus, contextual menus, hovering popup windows, etc. They're either not displayed at all or partially displayed. The problem is purely visual - these elements are present and can be clicked on with the mouse, they just aren't displayed correctly. The more tabs open after 4129, the faster and harder the Firefox lags. When I quickly open more than 50 tabs after 4129, the browser usually stops displaying anything and completely freezes. The problem also appears some time after restarting the browser. Closing all tabs above the limit of 4129 completely solves the problem.

What have I done to solve the problem and what isn't working:

  • tried running the browser in "safe-mode" (without extensions and hardware acceleration);
  • tried running my firefox-profile in a new clean firefox client of the same version (87);
  • tried running my firefox-profile in a new clean firefox client of the latest version (94);
  • tried running my firefox-profile on another computer with significantly more RAM (32GB);
  • tried running my firefox-profile with sessionstore.jsonlz4 saved earlier (a week earlier)
  • tried running my sessionstore.jsonlz4 in a brand new profile;
  • combinations of all steps above.

Partial solution: The problem is definitely related to the sessionstore.jsonlz4 file from the profile. But since this file is critically important to me, I can't just create a new blank one. I tried creating a brand new one based on the old one, but smaller in size (I used [this](https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sidebery/) extension). The old sessionstore.jsonlz4 (A) is 10.2MB, the new one (B) is 631KB. This difference in size is due to the fact that the new file doesn't contain data in the "image" attribute of tabs. In old (A) sessionstore.jsonlz4 67% of the space was taken up by the "image" attribute (it seems to be responsible for displaying the icons on the tabs), 16% by attribute "csp" (no idea what it is), all other attributes take less than 2% each. There're no "csp" attribute in my new (B) sessionstore.jsonlz4 and "image" attributes are "null". The first and second place are the "url" (23%) and "title" (19%) attributes respectively. I moved the new (B) sessionstore.jsonlz4 to the old profile and the problem was solved (the 4129 tabs limit disappeared). However, since the new (B) sessionstore.jsonlz4 has no "image" attribute data, all tabs are displayed without icons. I wrote a simple python-script that decompresses sessionstore files into json format, then copy "images" attributes of the old (A) sessionstore.json into the new one (C), and then compresses this into the new (C) sessionstore.jsonlz4. The size of such a compiled file is 6.82MB. When using such a sessionstore (С), the tab-icons are displayed, but the problem with the limit of 4129 tabs appears again. So it's obvious that the large size of the sessionstore.jsonlz4 file is the root of the problem.

My questions: 1) How do I fix it? Obviously, the "do not use more than 4129 tabs" option is not suitable for me. I know that most users will find this number of tabs excessive and suggest using bookmarks, but it doesn't work for me either. Spread tabs across multiple profiles or even browsers? I'm afraid that's what I'll end up having to do. 2) Why is this happening? I read people online who had sessionstore.jsonlz4 over 50MB and had no problems. 3) 67% of the space in my sessionstore-(A) is taken up by images, and many of them are repeated 100-300 times - a colossal waste. In total, I counted 792 unique images. Question - is there any way to modify sessionstore.jsonlz4 to significantly reduce its size, but still leave the data about these images? I tried to create 792 files with these images on my disk and replace the "image" attributes data with the path to these files. I tried the following options:

 "image": "D:/some_dir/123.ico"
 "image": "D:\\some_dir\\123.ico"
 "image": "file:///D:/some_dir/123.ico"
 "image": "file:///D:\\some_dir\\123.ico"

But it all doesn't work - the browser just replaces all these values with "null" after loading. In the original, such an attribute usually looks something like this:

 "image": "data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGAAAf8...(many bytes)...5ErkJggg=="
 or
 "image": "data:image/ico;base64,...

Any other ideas on how to replace those long data:image-strings?

I'm sorry for such a vague, long question, but I really need help from the experts.

Asked by CarthagoDelendaEst 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by Paul 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox will not open

Firefox browser will not open. The FF icon is located in my taskbar (Windows 10). When I rest the mouse on this icon I see a very small representation of a website. When … (funda kabanzi)

Firefox browser will not open. The FF icon is located in my taskbar (Windows 10). When I rest the mouse on this icon I see a very small representation of a website. When I click on the icon I see flash of some sorts on the desktop for about a nano second but the browser will not open.

I uninstalled FF and reinstalled. FF would open OK and I had no problems opening various websites. However, after I closed FF and attempted to open it up again it would not and so I am back to the original problem.

As I needed to access a website, I attempted to open Microsoft Edge and experienced the exact same problem. With the Microsoft Edge browser icon in the taskbar I can see a very small representation of a webpage but this browser will not open either.

Any assistance you can give me will be much appreciated, Con Van Dyk

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Firefox not loading webpages

Hi, I'm running on macOS 12.1 with firefox 95 (and also 96). Suddenly everywhere I try to browse it will not load the webpage. I did not change any settings while it happ… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

I'm running on macOS 12.1 with firefox 95 (and also 96). Suddenly everywhere I try to browse it will not load the webpage. I did not change any settings while it happend.

I already tried disabling al my extensions without luck. I also removed all cache etc.

Is there anything else I can try?

Kind regards.

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Answered by Paul 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox simply isn't doing anything.

Firefox (desktop version 96.0.1 64-bit) just updated itself on my laptop. Now, it will not load any pages. I'm sending this message using Chrome. Please help. … (funda kabanzi)

Firefox (desktop version 96.0.1 64-bit) just updated itself on my laptop. Now, it will not load any pages. I'm sending this message using Chrome.

Please help.

Asked by tympanicttu 1 unyaka odlule

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Can no longer access my business account

Please restore my business email address [email edited from public] @raycarter.us so I can get my email. This link was on Firefox until a few days ago then it just disapp… (funda kabanzi)

Please restore my business email address [email edited from public] @raycarter.us so I can get my email. This link was on Firefox until a few days ago then it just disappeared with no explanation. Send your answer to this request to [email edited from public] @yahoo.com

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Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 unyaka odlule