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Hi When I print on Firefox I get the following message pdfFactory Pro Unable to open file "C:\Users\pedro\AppData\LocalLow\Mozilla\Temp-{1ee27275-1762-4dbd-ae25-4624d72… (funda kabanzi)

Hi When I print on Firefox I get the following message


pdfFactory Pro Unable to open file "C:\Users\pedro\AppData\LocalLow\Mozilla\Temp-{1ee27275-1762-4dbd-ae25-4624d7272542}\~FPEEAE.fp". Access is denied. OK


This problem always occurs when printing in Firefox The ~FPEEAE.fp file opens outside the Firefox Temp folder For example, after copying it was opened to the desktop Is this a problem with Firefox or pdfFactory?

Thanks

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Asked by morema2007 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by crankygoat 1 unyaka odlule

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Site asks me to disable Ad Blocker

Ever notice that the sites that insist on the user disabling Ad Blocker to continue browsing are the ones that run 20 flash ads at the same time? Not to mention the half … (funda kabanzi)

Ever notice that the sites that insist on the user disabling Ad Blocker to continue browsing are the ones that run 20 flash ads at the same time? Not to mention the half GB of content it seems that they download on every click?

Here's just one egregious example: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7919337/Last-flight-Wuhan-Everyone-wearing-masks.html

When I disabled my Ad Blocker, CPU usage went to 98% and the page froze my browser.

How do you guys deal with sites like these? Do they realize that this "heavy-handed" approach is counterproductive?

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Last reply by RobertJ 1 unyaka odlule

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Is there a way to search pages for multiple terms? Word A or Word B or Word G or...

As it is, Command-F or Control-F searches only support exact phrase search. If I want to search for any of 6 terms, I have to type them in, one at a time. If I want to se… (funda kabanzi)

As it is, Command-F or Control-F searches only support exact phrase search.

If I want to search for any of 6 terms, I have to type them in, one at a time. If I want to search multiple pages, it's a lot of extra typing.

If other people have asked this same question since 57, well, support.mozilla.org does not have a working search function. Apparently Findbar Tweaks provided this function up through 56. But searching "Findbar" in addons.mozilla.org yields every other kind of bar, but nothing involving the findbar, because, well, addons.mozilla.org does not have a working search function, because it stems and defaults to OR searches.

Multi-Keywords Highlighter can highlight these results, but can't help me navigate to each one.

Willing to consider another browser, but must be able to block flashing, block animation, and block blinking cursors, due to neuro issues.

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How do you close multiple tabs?

I use a MacBook Pro with MacOS 10.11 and the latest version of FireFox (72.0.2) and I'm unable to figure out how to close multiple tabs at once. With past versions of Fi… (funda kabanzi)

I use a MacBook Pro with MacOS 10.11 and the latest version of FireFox (72.0.2) and I'm unable to figure out how to close multiple tabs at once.

With past versions of FireFox, I could bring up the context menu (by holding down the control key and clicking on a tab) and choose "Close other tabs" or choose "Close tabs to the right of this tab." I could also choose either option from the File menu, but all those options seem to be gone now and I can't even bring up the Context menu any more. Maybe if I had a two-button mouse, I could click the right button, but you should be able to do the same thing with the standard trackpad that comes with the MacBook. I'm sorry.

Anyway, how do you close multiple tabs?

Thank you so much.

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Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Disable autofocus on the address bar when opening a new tab

Hello! When I open a new tab (about:home), autofocus is transferred to the address bar. I need to click on something to remove focus. I want to disable this behavior. Aft… (funda kabanzi)

Hello!

When I open a new tab (about:home), autofocus is transferred to the address bar. I need to click on something to remove focus. I want to disable this behavior.

After searching the Internet, I came across only similar problems, but without solutions. I did not find anything in about:config.

Is there a way to disable this autofocus without patches and extensions?

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Open external links in private-window

On Windows, Firefox adds a pre-set command line to the Windows registry under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\FirefoxHTML\shell\open\command HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\FirefoxURL\shell\op… (funda kabanzi)

On Windows, Firefox adds a pre-set command line to the Windows registry under

   HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\FirefoxHTML\shell\open\command
   HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\FirefoxURL\shell\open\command 

If you change the -url in the command line to -private-window -- from

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -osint -url "%1"

to

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -osint -private-window "%1"

-- then all external links launch in a private window.


jscher2000 in https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1119073

This no longer works in FF 69. As soon as I modify "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\FirefoxURL-F66A7FFE1BF331E2\shell\open\command", FF is detecting it and changes its status to "NOT your default browser".

I'd appreciate your help.

Asked by Yaron 2 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Yaron 1 unyaka odlule

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Single click highlights all text in browser (not just URL)

After recently returning to using Firefox browser as my default, I'm finding, when editing an email reply message or other form, that a single click on the body of the me… (funda kabanzi)

After recently returning to using Firefox browser as my default, I'm finding, when editing an email reply message or other form, that a single click on the body of the message, i.e., placing the cursor somewhere in order to edit, typically auto-highlights all the text. If I start typing quickly because I am accustomed to just placing a cursor in a message body and typing, I can accidentally overwrite what I have, and then must use the Windows convention Ctrl+Z to undo the error. I have to remember to click again on the auto-highlighted text to remove the highlighting first. Aggravating.

This happens on multiple computers, running Windows 7 (desktop and laptop) and Windows 10 (another laptop). Same problem on all. Solution?

I have researched online, and learned how to change settings in about:config for the selects-all-text true|false settings, but this is typically the config change for auto-highlight/click behavior in the URL field. How to stop FF from doing this in a message body?

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This may not be the proper forum, but I need help with Google Earth

While I have no trouble with getting Google Earth, the resolution of the images is not very good. I have looked over the options within Earth, and did some fiddling, I ju… (funda kabanzi)

While I have no trouble with getting Google Earth, the resolution of the images is not very good. I have looked over the options within Earth, and did some fiddling, I just didn't see any good results that I could tell with the image resolution problem. Does Firefox have any suggestions or tricks to get better image resolution in Google Earth? Can anyone help? Thank you.

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How to shuffle bookmarks list under the folder in Firefox?

I looking a solution... Is this possible to shuffle bookmarks list under the folder in Firefox? I know its possible to short by name but i need to short by random by one … (funda kabanzi)

I looking a solution... Is this possible to shuffle bookmarks list under the folder in Firefox? I know its possible to short by name but i need to short by random by one click. Or any add-ons available for this?

Please help me...

Thank you

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Firefox screenshots: no cloud upload possible?

Firefox screenshots provided a function to upload to the Mozilla cloud? Is that gone? Can I re-enable it from the configuration somehow? Pity, it was an extremely useful … (funda kabanzi)

Firefox screenshots provided a function to upload to the Mozilla cloud? Is that gone? Can I re-enable it from the configuration somehow?

Pity, it was an extremely useful feature, especially when collaborating with others...

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headless screenshot with delay

I'm trying to write a script that would have firefox take a screenshot from the command line, in headless mode (I think). Only issue is that the site I'm trying to screen… (funda kabanzi)

I'm trying to write a script that would have firefox take a screenshot from the command line, in headless mode (I think). Only issue is that the site I'm trying to screenshot takes a couple of seconds to finish loading, so I only get a partially loaded screenshot. The only option available on the command line is --window-size...

I can take a screenshot inside the dev console with many more options, including --delay (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Taking_screenshots), is there any way to replicate these options on the command line?

Any other suggestions to script taking a screenshot of a site with delay added?

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Is there a Firefox equivalent to "Resources" menu from dev window in Safari

Hello guys There is a useful option in Safari dev window When tou click on "inspect element" you have access to all included images ressources on the page via a menu call… (funda kabanzi)

Hello guys There is a useful option in Safari dev window When tou click on "inspect element" you have access to all included images ressources on the page via a menu called resources ( https://puu.sh/FbCua/6eac0a7fbd.png) Very useful for a collector like me to get access to images protected by sa spaceball or other. Do you guys know if an equivalent of this useful option exist with Firefox ?

Thanks in advance

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How to switch back Firefox display after displaying Source Page View with Ctrl-U

The CTRL-U shortcut displays the source version of the current page. In some specific situations, this feature can be useful, but not very often for regular users (in con… (funda kabanzi)

The CTRL-U shortcut displays the source version of the current page. In some specific situations, this feature can be useful, but not very often for regular users (in contrast to developers). Unfortunately I can't find a way to switch back from this view: Ctrl-U isn't a toggle and there's no other shortcut that could be used to display initial view again. Also, I haven't found a menu command useful in such situation.

Also it is impossible to disable Firefox shortcuts selectively. Thus if you press Ctrl-U by chance then you cant view the original rendered page version and you lost what you entered in editing fields on the page.

Is there a way to achieve some level of control over this unwanted "improvement"?

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Is it possible to add a timeline to a picture in picture mode?

Hello, I usually watch tutorials to learn. However, sometimes tutorial is moving too fast and I need to scroll back the time line to double check if the steps I followed … (funda kabanzi)

Hello, I usually watch tutorials to learn. However, sometimes tutorial is moving too fast and I need to scroll back the time line to double check if the steps I followed were correct. At this current version I could not find any settings where I could add a timeline to a picture-in-picture mode. Thus making it quite inconvenient for me to go back to Firefox to scroll back my tutorial and play again. Please have a look at the screen shot I have provided.

I hope in the next release I could scroll my videos back and forth in the picture-in-picture mode. Thank you.

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Open markdown file with md extension in Firefox

I’m clicking on a link that links to a markdown file ending in the extension .md. As I know that this is just a plain text file, I would like to open it in a new tab as p… (funda kabanzi)

I’m clicking on a link that links to a markdown file ending in the extension .md. As I know that this is just a plain text file, I would like to open it in a new tab as plain text. However, Firefox opens a download prompt. How can I teach Firefox to display the file as text?

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Is it possible to have a different google account for two different url at the same time ?

I would like to have a google account active for youtube.com, while simultaneously having a different account active for music.youtube.com. And it would stay even after a… (funda kabanzi)

I would like to have a google account active for youtube.com, while simultaneously having a different account active for music.youtube.com. And it would stay even after a restart. I haven't found a way yet, other than using 2 web browsers. Thank you for your anwsers

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