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панель закладок

Всем привет. После обновления браузера вкладки не сохраняются на панели закладок: закладки добавляются (рис.11), но после перезапуска браузера панель снова чистая и без д… (funda kabanzi)

Всем привет. После обновления браузера вкладки не сохраняются на панели закладок: закладки добавляются (рис.11), но после перезапуска браузера панель снова чистая и без добавленных закладок(рис.12). Как исправить?

Asked by vituk 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by guigs 5 iminyaka edlule

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Failure to implement and retain password

I had been using numerous sites where I my username and password was appropriately retained using Firefox 36.0.4. With the update to 37.0.4, all this failed. My stored… (funda kabanzi)

I had been using numerous sites where I my username and password was appropriately retained using Firefox 36.0.4. With the update to 37.0.4, all this failed. My stored usernames and passwords failed. Deleting these credentials would not work - I would enter them, the dialogue about whether to store these would flash in the upper left of the browser window, and I would be asked for my credentials again. Happened on multiple sites on different servers. Deleting profile and reinstalling V37.0.4 did not fix. The only solution was to scrub out V37.0.4 and reinstall the prior V36.0.4. How to communicate this to the Firefox developers.

Asked by roaming_bo 5 iminyaka edlule

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FF 38.0.1 will not Exit or New Private Window

UPDATE: Saturday 16 May 2015 Same problems as below now exist on THREE machines -- one Windows 7 64bit desktop, and two laptops Windows 7 64bit, all Win 7 SP1, updated w… (funda kabanzi)

UPDATE: Saturday 16 May 2015

Same problems as below now exist on THREE machines -- one Windows 7 64bit desktop, and two laptops Windows 7 64bit, all Win 7 SP1, updated with latest MS Updates.

Updated to Firefox 38.0.1 Windows 7 64bit...previous version of FF was working fine and was meticulously crafted by experienced tech user.

Now, we have two major troubles immediately happened with update to 38.0.1:

1. Will NOT close Firefox (have to use Task manager). Nothing we do within FF closes it

2. Firefox will NOT open New Private Window, only after we located a New Private Window toolbar icon will item #2 work.

Again, this is the fifth straight time after Updating FF that it suddenly creates new and not-seen-before problems.

This is NOT due to Add-Ons, it's not due to Plug-In's... it's due to a sudden new problem(s) introduced by the Updated FF 38.0.1, now on three different machines.

Starting FF in Safe Mode is tacitly useless and time-consuming, and proves nothing, allows nothing to be checked or changed, the problems remain.

When having to use Task Manager to close FF 38.0.1, restarting FF again calls in the Crashed Session Manager and we have to recover from what FF insists is a crashed session.

Why oh why are these new problems suddenly introduced each time we users update ?

Now what's been changed or altered, all without our knowledge, and not mention in ANY of the new FF notes, etc.

EVERY time we update, it's essentially introducing inferior performance and problems in an otherwise finely tuned previously working FF.

Saturday 16 May 2015: Have received no replies, no assistance or ideas from Mozilla troubleshooting or programming staff. There must be many Windows 7 64bit users seeing the same problem(s) ??

Joe

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Addon Compatibility?

Just a thought. I had a Complete Theme that I really liked called Silvermel. With the latest updates it is no longer compatible with Firefox. I went to Complete Themes in… (funda kabanzi)

Just a thought. I had a Complete Theme that I really liked called Silvermel. With the latest updates it is no longer compatible with Firefox. I went to Complete Themes in Firefox Addons to see if I could find something else I liked and found that 95% of them are not compatible. It isn't as bad with my other addons as with Complete Themes but I still loose the use of 1 or 2 addons when Firefox is updated.

Firefox is always talking about how customizable they are and then their advances render it less so. Improving things to the point where you are dis-improving them it is counterproductive. Would you ask the Firefox developers not the change the things that addons need to be usable? If they can't do that then they shouldn't update it. Thank you!

Asked by br.louis 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Mark Schmidt 4 iminyaka edlule

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pc won't start up after latest Firefox update. What's happening!

after downloading a recent Firefox update, pc (windows) can't start up; the Repair screen suggests the operating system was corrrupted by the software change and now the … (funda kabanzi)

after downloading a recent Firefox update, pc (windows) can't start up; the Repair screen suggests the operating system was corrrupted by the software change and now the computer hangs up on the Start Repair screen. Nothing happens, even after hours!

Asked by drumrich 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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when I updated to version 42 some how it got locked up trying to update the "update" log. the activity icon keeps spinning and the staus4ever addon bar stays ac

When I updated to version 42 something happened during the upgrade. The activity icon keeps circling and my staus-4-ever add-on bar remains on and wont go away. When I tr… (funda kabanzi)

When I updated to version 42 something happened during the upgrade. The activity icon keeps circling and my staus-4-ever add-on bar remains on and wont go away. When I try to check for updates in options it does not show the update to version 42 but when I go into help about Firefox shows I have version 42. I tried restarting my computer and it still shows the download icon circling etc. T the shut down the computer and powered it back up with the same results. I refreshed Firefox and that didn't help either. any suggestions?

Asked by lxllrl11300 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by guigs 4 iminyaka edlule

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After update to 42, partial Load in memory (task manager) but virus software prevents dependent thread from completing but only 2nd & subsequent loads.

Task manager shows Firefox loaded as a service but has threads waiting to complete. There is no application shown in Task Manager (which seems reasonable as Firefox has n… (funda kabanzi)

Task manager shows Firefox loaded as a service but has threads waiting to complete. There is no application shown in Task Manager (which seems reasonable as Firefox has not loaded). There are no error messages. The " microsoft spinning circle " goes for a few seconds and then dissappears as if the program has loaded. Happens only after 2nd & subsequent loads after reboot. Firefox appears to work first time after reboot. This has only happened after upgrade to 42. Clean install makes no difference. Chrome works OK Has worked fine up until update 42. Already tried doing a clean install with the Inform Mozilla box cleared. Perhaps Firefox has started using a port that is blocked by the virus scanner? I get no logging for the virus scanner showing anything blocked. A full virus scan reveals nothing. Operating system is Windows 10 (64 bit)

Asked by berniek 4 iminyaka edlule

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about:config overwritten

I upgraded from FF 38 to 46 and found that the 38 about:config was over written and any changes that were made in 38 were lost; in particular I had set "browser.bookmarks… (funda kabanzi)

I upgraded from FF 38 to 46 and found that the 38 about:config was over written and any changes that were made in 38 were lost; in particular I had set "browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML" and "browser.bookmarks.file". Is this a bug or intentional? In either case, if the files in the new are different and new rules have been added, then the files should be merged, not overwritten.

Asked by rdwray 4 iminyaka edlule

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Keep Firefox from automatically updating

Already checked a bunch of help articles: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1003777 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1113663 https://support.mozilla.… (funda kabanzi)

Already checked a bunch of help articles:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1003777 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1113663 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older-version-of-firefox https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/advanced-panel-settings-in-firefox#w_update-tab https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/what-mozilla-maintenance-service https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1003777

We need to use Firefox 33.0.1 for testing, but every time my tools use Firefox, the next time I find it has upgraded to 45.

In preferences I have set to never update, turned off search engine updates, and in the config page, have made sure the app.update.auto/enabled/silent are all false.

I am running on a Mac 10.11, I have renamed my original latest Firefox installation, and install the oldest in the default path for our tools to detect.

I see the maintenance service only exists for Windows computers, and I do not see any update folders in Firefox's application or Application Support directories.

This update will happen even when I don't restart my computer, or open Firefox manually in between test runs.

Asked by Pysis 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by James 4 iminyaka edlule

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Is there a Whitepaper or similar which describes how the automatic updating of Firefox is secured?

I'm facing an Audit from our Security which is asking how the automatic update process of Mozilla Firefox is secured against Manipulation or malicious Software. The fear … (funda kabanzi)

I'm facing an Audit from our Security which is asking how the automatic update process of Mozilla Firefox is secured against Manipulation or malicious Software. The fear is that per example somebody could manipulate the update to load an infected File instead of the original Firefox Update. I've already searched for half a day through the Internet and in the Mozilla wiki but could not find a description of this. Could you please provide me a Whitepaper or similar which describes how Mozilla Firefox ensures that only official and not manipulated Updates can be loaded and installed e.g. does the Client validate the installer hash before execution etc.

Here would be the equivalent Information from Google about Chrome: https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/privacy/whitepaper.html https://github.com/google/omaha/blob/master/doc/install-update-overview.png

Asked by Kevin Eastwood 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by the-edmeister 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox V 41 keeps updating to a newer version and I have auto update disabled

For several reasons, mostly add-on compatibility, I need to use V41 I have gone to the Options area and then to Advanced and have checked "Never check for updates " so it… (funda kabanzi)

For several reasons, mostly add-on compatibility, I need to use V41 I have gone to the Options area and then to Advanced and have checked "Never check for updates " so it should NOT automatically update itself. However, it IS updating itself to V43 - and of course some of my Add-ons are not compatible.

Am I missing something??

Any help would be appreciated.

Asked by jestochin 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by the-edmeister 3 iminyaka edlule

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Is this pop up updater actually from Firefox?

For about a week I have been getting a pop up every time I attempt to log onto Firefox. I always click 'no'. Yesterday I installed the latest version of Firefox (49.0) an… (funda kabanzi)

For about a week I have been getting a pop up every time I attempt to log onto Firefox. I always click 'no'. Yesterday I installed the latest version of Firefox (49.0) and today my pop up problem continues. I have run antivirus, and malware/spyware scans which have found no problem. I couldn't take a screen shot, but am including photos of the pop up I took with my camera. I need to know if this is from Firefox and I should click 'yes' and proceed (but what is the point? I've checked on Firefox's updater site and it says I have the latest version) Or is this NOT from Firefox? If it isn't, does anyone know how to stop the annoying pop ups? Please advise me.

Asked by loisdotcom 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 3 iminyaka edlule

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I get an error every time Firefox is trying to auto-update itself

I have a Windows XP, which is probably don't support new versions of Firefox. I turned auto-update off in Firefox settings, but it still trying to install update every ti… (funda kabanzi)

I have a Windows XP, which is probably don't support new versions of Firefox. I turned auto-update off in Firefox settings, but it still trying to install update every time I open Firefox, loads it for several seconds and than shows an error. What else do I need to turn off to stop this?

Asked by Most998 3 iminyaka edlule

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I need to determine what -cleanupOnUpgrade does

We have a Patch Deployment Software that updates Firefox along with the other patches. I need to figure out what -cleanupOnUpgrade does. Its being added to the installati… (funda kabanzi)

We have a Patch Deployment Software that updates Firefox along with the other patches.

I need to figure out what -cleanupOnUpgrade does.

Its being added to the installation command that our deployment software sends out.

Asked by IT_FSCU 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox 49.0 can't be opened after install; these two do not work: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-cant-be-opened-after-you-install-it-on-mac

OS X 10.10.5. As has been happening with recent versions, Firefox announced an upgrade, but added in the same message that the upgrade could not be installed because the… (funda kabanzi)

OS X 10.10.5. As has been happening with recent versions, Firefox announced an upgrade, but added in the same message that the upgrade could not be installed because the account lacked administrator privileges.* I downloaded Firefox 49.0 and replaced the previous version. I got the warning (no surprise).

Option 1: Using Finder I hold down the control key while clicking the Firefox app file. It opens. I close it, wait, click the icon in the dock. Same verifying and then the developer message with Cancel or Open. Option 1 does not seem to cause 49.0 to be recognized as accepted.

Option 2: I click the icon in the dock and choose Cancel in the developer message. Then open System Preferences>Security & Privacy. I see the message about Firefox and the Open Anyway button. Whether I am fast enough to click it or not, I can't tell. Whether I try to click (even if it seems I was fast enough) or simply wait a second or two, that part of the Security & Privacy pane is cleared. The next time I launch Firefox, OS X verifies and offers Cancel or Open.

Asked by joaquin.oakland 3 iminyaka edlule

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Can't uninstall Firefox

I have Windows 7 Professional and Kaspersky Internet Security. I had Mozilla Firefox 49.0.1. I also had Mozilla Firefox 42.0 in my Programs and Features List. I recently … (funda kabanzi)

I have Windows 7 Professional and Kaspersky Internet Security. I had Mozilla Firefox 49.0.1. I also had Mozilla Firefox 42.0 in my Programs and Features List. I recently switched to Kaspersky Total Security and it told me that it was updating my MF 42.0 to MF 49.0.1. I wondered why I still had 42.0 in Programs and Features. When I try to uninstall it, under Administrative Account, I get "You do not have sufficient access to uninstall MF 42.0. Please contact your sysadmin." Every few hours Kaspersky Total Security would tell me it was updating MF 42.0. This was making me nuts, so I tried disabling/uninstalling it with CCleaner. Didn't work. I tried Revo Uninstaller. Didn't work. Finally I said, "Screw it!" and tried to uninstall MF 49.0.1 from Programs and Features, thinking that if I uninstalled 49.0.1, 42.0 would go with it and I could get a fresh copy. I got "An error occurred while trying to uninstall MF 49.0.1 (x86 en-us) It may have already been uninstalled. Would you like to remove it from the Programs and Features List?" I clicked NO, and looked up how to uninstall MF 49.0.1 online using the Helper uninstaller. So that was gone, but it's still in the Programs and Features List. So is MF 42.0. MF 42.0 is still hanging around, and Kaspersky Total Security was trying to update it every few hours. Finally, I hit "Ignore" to keep Kaspersky from nagging me about the software "Update". But this is making me crazy! I had to reinstall MF 49.0.1 just so I could post this question: How do I get rid of this MF 42.0 file? How do I properly uninstall MF 49.0.1 so that they both disappear from my Programs and Features and don't leave little pieces of code lying around? Thanks for your time, and for any advice you can give me. I appreciate it.

Asked by Tergiversada 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox keeps asking me to restart to update to 49.0.2, but I have already updated

I'm using a Mac (OSX 10.9.5 Mavericks), and just updated to the latest version of Firefox: 49.0.2. However, every time I start Firefox, I get a prompt telling me to rest… (funda kabanzi)

I'm using a Mac (OSX 10.9.5 Mavericks), and just updated to the latest version of Firefox: 49.0.2. However, every time I start Firefox, I get a prompt telling me to restart to update to the latest version (which happens to be 49.0.2). Even after clicking the "Restart" button in the prompt, it just restarts then immediately tells me to restart again.

The odd thing is, I have another user account on this machine where that is not happening. That account is using 49.0.2 and does not receive the update prompt.

Asked by symphonic_faith 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 3 iminyaka edlule

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Continue to get window stating to Restart Firefox To Update.

After my husband logs in and Firefox starts up, he continues to get window to Restart Firefox To Update. When I click on About Firefox it also indicates that we have to … (funda kabanzi)

After my husband logs in and Firefox starts up, he continues to get window to Restart Firefox To Update. When I click on About Firefox it also indicates that we have to Restart Firefox To Update. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox from Mozilla.org 3 times now and this problem continues. Refresh also does not eliminate the problem. Clicking on Firefox in Applications file identifies version as 49.0.2. Operating system is OS X El Capitan 10.11.6

When I log in to Firefox under my user, I do not have any problems.

Asked by granny10 3 iminyaka edlule

Answered by smersh 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox 50.0.2 and/ or Mozilla Maintenance Service is causing Windows 64 bit computers on my network to crash upon reboot. What is the fix?

I have several workstations on my network that will not properly boot into Windows after installing the 50.0.2 update and Maintenance Service. My end users have been perf… (funda kabanzi)

I have several workstations on my network that will not properly boot into Windows after installing the 50.0.2 update and Maintenance Service. My end users have been performing several hard shutdowns in order to get Windows to boot properly( I do not advise this). This situation has been worse with computers that installed Windows updates during the same session as the Mozilla update. These computers get stuck in a continuous installation loop. Fixes that have worked include booting to safe mode and issuing " shutdown -r" in an elevated cmd terminal, or uninstalling Firefox and Maintenance Service completely from safe mode. Do we need to discontinue use, block your updates on our network, or is there another solution?

Asked by jhodges 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 3 iminyaka edlule