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Hi, under connection settings on hp /AMD RYZEN 3 Posessed desktop 2021 walmart puter, in order to minimize scams & information passage what do I set?

Hi, under connection settings on a hp /AMD RYZEN 3 Posessed desktop 2021 walmart puter, in order to minimize scams & information passage what do I set under chose h… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, under connection settings on a hp /AMD RYZEN 3 Posessed desktop 2021 walmart puter, in order to minimize scams & information passage what do I set under chose how firefox handles (opens?) with: irc files, ircs, XML, EXE, Zipped Compressed folders, AV1, SVG Scaleable Vector Graphics PNG, jpegs, WebP Images? Thanks;-(2),DRM-DIGITAL RIGHTS MGMNT? YES TO NO? Thanks again, (3)-use hdw acceler? No not prompt for authentiCATION IF PW IS SAVED BOX/ &CONNECTIONS HOW FOX connects to internet if i use DUCK DUCK GO? cloudfare (default) ? or NEXT DNS? and 5- Is it better to bypas proxy?for all hosts with periods in ? 6- Enable DNS over HTTPS if Duck duck is in front of the hotfox? and THANK YOU!!!

Asked by artista 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by Dropa 1 inyanga edlule

Internet mail

Hello. For some time, under each entered expression in the sent post office there has been a red "wavy" underlining. The problem is to choose a language. In my case it is… (funda kabanzi)

Hello. For some time, under each entered expression in the sent post office there has been a red "wavy" underlining. The problem is to choose a language. In my case it is Polish. Unfortunately, in the Firefox browser, which I use, there is no option to change the language to Polish (Annex 1) as it is in the Google Chrome browser (Annex 2). Why? I would like to add that this phenomenon only occurs in the case of Onet in Firefox. How can this be removed? Regards Alex.

Asked by Landwasser 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by Terry 1 inyanga edlule

Choose audio output for video conferences (and potentially other tools?)

Hi there, for ages, I was slightly annoyed by not being able to choose audio output for video conferencing in my browser favourite, Firefox. I think it is time to move th… (funda kabanzi)

Hi there,

for ages, I was slightly annoyed by not being able to choose audio output for video conferencing in my browser favourite, Firefox. I think it is time to move this to more prominence as it is solved for ages and exists as experimental feature: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=934425 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1294381

Toggle"hidden" config parameter media.setsinkid.enabled to true (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Firefox/Experimental_features#apis) to enable it.

Could you find good places to share this? My impression is that this default is a huge UX disadvantage of firefox vs. chrome at the moment.

Best, Baltasar

Asked by baltasar29 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 inyanga edlule

Audio player functionality disappears

I have a website with a major audio mp3 library. When testing the audio player in Firefox I loss the speed and download functions of the player. The right click option is… (funda kabanzi)

I have a website with a major audio mp3 library. When testing the audio player in Firefox I loss the speed and download functions of the player. The right click option is not really what I am looking for visually and practically for my users. When in Microsoft Edge or Chrome the player has the extended functions visible to the user. As I am principally a firefox user, I'd really like to find a solution. Three images attached show the issue. Any help is appreciated. Regards Erwin Henderson

Asked by esam65 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox lost audio connection with Windows 10 (YouTube)

Interestingly, today after changing motherboards and my old hard drives after my old MB died. Windows 10 reconfigured everything for audio except Firefox. After a lot o… (funda kabanzi)

Interestingly, today after changing motherboards and my old hard drives after my old MB died. Windows 10 reconfigured everything for audio except Firefox. After a lot of troubleshooting using various methods with no success (as all other aspects of windows 10 audio were working perfectly), I eventually stumbled upon a solution that finally worked for me.

In Windows 10, there is an app that varies individual app volume that eventually fixed my issue and i thought it best to post here for others, if they also have this particular problem.

All i did was the following:

1. Do a windows search for "App Volume". This will display Sound Mixer Options. Select it.

2. In the App Volume and device preferences screen that appears, go to Mozilla Firefox.

        a.  Ensure Volume is at a setting you prefer. 
        b.  Output/Input are most likely showing Default.  Mine did but YouTube video's still had no sound.
             Change the Defaults to the same as the Masters at the top of the window and try your audio.
             Mine started to work again at this stage.  After i confirmed everything was working again, i changed
             Mozilla Firefox Output/Inputs back to Default and it continued to work perfectly.

Please note that I made sure all my OTHER audios were working first with W10 before doing this, ensuring everything was functioning properly. ie. Other browsers were playing youtube videos with sound, playing an audio music file, etc

Asked by alinmeer 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jeyson1099 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Create a hot key or macro to insert text following existing text in the address bar

I want to create a hot key or macro to insert text following existing text in the address bar without wiping out the existing text. For example: I type in the word saff… (funda kabanzi)

I want to create a hot key or macro to insert text following existing text in the address bar without wiping out the existing text. For example: I type in the word saffron in the address bar. I want a hot key or macro which will insert, for example the word substitutions in the address bar following the word saffron.

Is this possible? TKS

Asked by genutil 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox's about:config preferences and understanding them better.

I'm interested in learning more about Firefox's about:config configuration settings. I'm especially interested in why the developers have added the ability to create your… (funda kabanzi)

I'm interested in learning more about Firefox's about:config configuration settings. I'm especially interested in why the developers have added the ability to create your own preferences for Firefox. It seems to be kind of similar to the Microsoft Windows registry, like how you can add your own custom values and suddenly windows behaves differently. But whenever I have configured the registry in windows, I have always had to follow tutorials, and I have always wondered how people were able to discover those registry settings. Did they have to have knowledge of the internals of the windows operating source code? Did they hack windows and discover that altering a certain registry setting, or adding a certain registry value, would cause the behavior to change? How did they come to understand such things? I recently edited the registry to change the right click menu in windows 11 back to the old windows 10 right click menu. I had to add a really long value into the registry, and it fixed it just like what I was used to in windows 10. But I have no idea how the person that wrote the tutorial knew to add that exact value.

So, I'm wondering if the settings are hidden, and that's why you have to create them on your own? Or if by creating your own preference, one is programming the browser on some level... If so, what's the extent of programming that can be done by altering about:config and creating your own preferences? I have decent programming knowledge of javascript, C/C++, and python and all, but I don't understand something as complex as a browser, and why would you allow the user to create their own preferences, but I would like to. To clarify, I see there are preferences in about:config which are visible and can easily be configured, but I do not understand why there is a feature to add a setting. Is it just for developers of the browser? Is there ever a situation where a normal user like me might need to add their own preference? Can you recommend any manuals, documents, or books that I could read about it? Do you think it's something where I would just have to start reading the source code to eventually understand it?

One last question: is it possible to disable certain javascript features using the about:config? Could I disable MutationObserver, for example? Or make it be undefined whenever a new tab is opened? Could I make it so that assigning to window.location has no effect? I'm interested to know these things and what is possible. Sorry for the long winded message, I doubt anyone will read it, but thank you if you read it, and thank you even more if you have answers. I have found the source code for firefox, but it seems to be a daunting task to just read the raw source code to get the answers I want.

Asked by qdirks 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Terry 2 izinyanga ezidlule

PRINT PREVIEW

- WHERE IS THE PRINT PREVIEW OLD STYLE (FULL PAGE , ZOOM , ETC ???) - HOW WE CAN ACTIVARE THE OLD PRINT PREVIEW ???? - SHOULD WE LEAVE FIREFOX ??? … (funda kabanzi)

- WHERE IS THE PRINT PREVIEW OLD STYLE (FULL PAGE , ZOOM , ETC ???) - HOW WE CAN ACTIVARE THE OLD PRINT PREVIEW ????

- SHOULD WE LEAVE FIREFOX ???

Asked by Gianni 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Suggestions to avoid annotance

Fist I would like to participate with Firefox more - I want to become more a part of the community - and add in my consultant expertise Next I would like to suggest sever… (funda kabanzi)

Fist I would like to participate with Firefox more - I want to become more a part of the community - and add in my consultant expertise Next I would like to suggest several things, but today just one - your Updates

I cannot take this anymore. Every couple weeks there is some update, and it is unacceptable - it disrupts my life. I do not want to restart my computer, I have dozens of documents and files open that I am working on, and this interferes with my daily routines, and as a top activist in your circle u are not yet aware of... its KIND OF important!

Straight up a vast majority of these updates should be released in 'packs' around the start of the month, and then I will not mind, but every couple weeks and the icon to download pops up continuously and then restarts my computer by force - that is MSN bully actions - like come on team... it is annoying as hell!

It's gotta change as it is even more annoying than bookmarks being saved on my home page in the top spots - blank is better than something that is not needed there - the Firefox browser home is a VERY important organizational tool for your members AND is your 'face' to the world that u are not using even at par to help your success.

As for other suggestions I would like to help in the future. Especially when it comes to you guys asking for with emails to get operational capital - I want to help - so I have sent letters in response and received no answers! If the Capitalist Elite will collapse the economy to repurchase everything back at half price, during that time many entities that receive public funding will no longer survive, as the public will be in bread lines.

The time to evolve your community has arrived... contact me for the next levels...

Asked by alan_785 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Can't re-order Tabs again

Before, I used to be able to drag tabs around, and re-order them. I noticed I'm not able to do that again. How can Firefox remove such a useful feature? Are they alright… (funda kabanzi)

Before, I used to be able to drag tabs around, and re-order them.

I noticed I'm not able to do that again.

How can Firefox remove such a useful feature? Are they alright?

Please, anyone know a workaround that I can use to achieve this action?

Regards

Asked by gamipress.cordial 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Terry 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Hide recent downloads

Recently there was a change how Firefox behaves regarding the recent downloads pop-up menu. Up until 98.0 if I downloaded an item, the "Download" icon showed that there i… (funda kabanzi)

Recently there was a change how Firefox behaves regarding the recent downloads pop-up menu.

Up until 98.0 if I downloaded an item, the "Download" icon showed that there is a new downloaded item (it became "active", recolored to blue, so just like a nofiication icon), and If I clicked on the "Download" icon (down arrow), than it showed (a small pop-up below the download icon) the 3 recent items that were downloaded.

In 98.0 this was changed.

Now if I download an item, the recent downloaded pop-up list becomes active, and shows the recent items. So if I control the page with keyboard, I have to move back to the page, because now the keyboard input is controlling that small pop-up recent downloads.

If I download an item, just recolor/notify the download icon to blue showing that there is a new item, DON'T show me the recent downloads, and DON'T make that pop-up active, because I use mostly keyboard, and it is hard to control the page with keyboard presses, when that pop-up comes up.

I want the recent download pop-up functionality as it was before 98.0.

How do I change this behavior back? How do I turn off to NOT open the recent downloads pop-up automatically after each download?

Asked by daihelyon 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Terry 3 izinyanga ezidlule

How to Resize Firefox Window if Edges Don't Show?

With Firefox 98.0 and macOS 10.15.7, Firefox window fills entire display screen and does not show edges to be able to drag in window size. Is there a way to reduce the di… (funda kabanzi)

With Firefox 98.0 and macOS 10.15.7, Firefox window fills entire display screen and does not show edges to be able to drag in window size. Is there a way to reduce the displayed window to be smaller than the screen size? Thank you!

Asked by richwine1 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 izinyanga ezidlule

E-mail login and only 7 days of history

First and most important I want to thank FredMcD and cor-el. Your input got me "going" again. E-mail is the more important issue at this point. I use Gmail and have for … (funda kabanzi)

First and most important I want to thank FredMcD and cor-el. Your input got me "going" again.

E-mail is the more important issue at this point. I use Gmail and have for years, and right now I have to go through their awkward login procedure every time I start Firefox. In Safari, which I want to leave behind, I just click on mail and I'm in. Can I setup this situation in Firefox?

My history only shows "Today", "Yesterday", "Last 7 days". I don't want to show a ton of history, but I would like to show 14 days. In some of the help articles I see far more history than that. Is there any way I can push history to 14 days?

Help would be greatly appreciated as I'm 78 and weak on technology, chubbles

Asked by chubbles 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 izinyanga ezidlule