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How post a question on Thunderbird Community

I have signed into my Mozilla help account but the only place I can see a link to "post a new question" is on the Firefox browser section where I am now. How do i post a… (funda kabanzi)

I have signed into my Mozilla help account but the only place I can see a link to "post a new question" is on the Firefox browser section where I am now. How do i post a question to the Thunderbird community..only see other posts there -not a post a new question option. Feel pretty stupid at not being able to find this.

Asked by oldbob2 2 iminyaka edlule

Answered by TyDraniu 2 iminyaka edlule

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missing options on Firefox [help] expand/pull-down menu

before, on the pull-down menu on Help, there was the option to "Restart with Add-on Disabled", which now I cannot find... can someone guide me to its location, if, it is … (funda kabanzi)

before, on the pull-down menu on Help, there was the option to "Restart with Add-on Disabled", which now I cannot find... can someone guide me to its location, if, it is still possible to do... thanks in advance.

Asked by Hyperstriker 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox Account Sync not working, and wiping settings whenever I shut down

Hey y'all, First, thanks for your attention. This has been driving me nuts over the last few weeks and if I can fix it I'd be very happy. I switched to Firefox a few mon… (funda kabanzi)

Hey y'all,

First, thanks for your attention. This has been driving me nuts over the last few weeks and if I can fix it I'd be very happy.

I switched to Firefox a few months ago and immediately set up the password manager and a bunch of bookmarks. Unfortunately, the next time I shut down my computer and restarted, Firefox said this browser was a new installation and had totally reset, with nothing saved.

This happened again a second time, so I set up a Firefox Account so I could have the settings saved to a profile rather than an installation.

Every time I restart the same thing happens: Firefox has a 'new installation' and none of my settings. The first time I logged in to my Firefox account to sync it, it worked. But I've just installed Catalina, previously using Mojave, and on that restart it happened again, but the Firefox account sync isn't doing anything. Now, every time I open up the browser, even if I haven't restarted the computer, it brings me to the same 'new installation' screen. When I log in to my Firefox account as prompted, none of my previous information syncs. Nothing happens at all after I get the "This Firefox is connected" screen.

I know the sync is at least somewhat connected because I can sync tabs from my phone to my computer.

Any ideas? I can re-do all of my passwords and bookmarks, but I don't want to bother if it isn't getting saved anywhere, or if I can't stop this factory reset whenever my computer shuts off.

I'm on a Macbook running Catalina 10.15 if that matters. Thanks!

Abby

Asked by arlinn315 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 unyaka odlule

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Chinese Characters of Microsoft YaHei displays strange on Manjaro-Firefox, and it will make Edge and Firefox on Windows display strange too.

https://forum.manjaro.org/t/firefox/17542 Chinese Characters displays strange (some characters are extremely large) on Manjaro, and it will make Edge and Firefox on Windo… (funda kabanzi)

https://forum.manjaro.org/t/firefox/17542

Chinese Characters displays strange (some characters are extremely large) on Manjaro, and it will make Edge and Firefox on Windows display strange too.

Asked by 1900011604 2 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox fails to surpress sw update popup msg's

Newer Firefox ver's, 80.0.1 for example, don't seem to allow users to stop pestering sw update popups from being displayed throughout a single Firefox session. No means … (funda kabanzi)

Newer Firefox ver's, 80.0.1 for example, don't seem to allow users to stop pestering sw update popups from being displayed throughout a single Firefox session. No means no, and not keep asking anyway. Has something been missed?

Asked by PD260 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by PD260 1 unyaka odlule