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Scrolling and pages jumps

Firefox Version 78.0.1 Build ID 20200630195452 How do I stop pages from jumping while scrolling? Happens when scrolling on lots of websites: Youtube and yahoo for exam… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox Version 78.0.1 Build ID 20200630195452

How do I stop pages from jumping while scrolling? Happens when scrolling on lots of websites: Youtube and yahoo for example.

Any help?

Asked by digitalshooter 6 amahora adlule

Answered by cor-el 2 amahora adlule

Doxy.me Webcam not showing my video.

My health provider uses doxy.me for telehealth. Whenever we set up a session using Firefox on my laptop my healthcare provider can't see me on his end. I used doxy.me tro… (funda kabanzi)

My health provider uses doxy.me for telehealth. Whenever we set up a session using Firefox on my laptop my healthcare provider can't see me on his end. I used doxy.me troubleshooter and it gets stuck at "loading video stream". Using the same laptop but instead using Microsoft Edge and the video works fine. I have used Firefox for other web conferences using Zoom and that works fine. Any reason why this is happening?

Asked by sparky1957 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by sparky1957 30 imizuzu edlule

FF now forces unwanted dropdown list in Address Bar despite Preference settings

FF 78.0.1 installed. Why is FF search now forcing a drop down list of these undesirable websites: youtube, facebook, reddit, wikipedia, twitter. I never use these websi… (funda kabanzi)

FF 78.0.1 installed. Why is FF search now forcing a drop down list of these undesirable websites: youtube, facebook, reddit, wikipedia, twitter. I never use these websites, I don't want to interact with them, I don't want to be told about them, I don't want to be directed to them. I don't want to be distracted with extraneous 'options' that divert my attention from the task at hand. This overrides my Preference settings. I already turned off or deleted all the alternative search engines "that appear below the address bar and search bar when you start to enter keywords." None of these new website additions are in that list.

Is there a simple way to get rid of this without monkeying around with internal settings? Company and public libary users are locked out of this.

PLEASE!!! Firefox is not doing anyone favors by forcing new features without warning or explanation in mandatory updates. We keep losing basic functions like the ability to see URLs in the address bar -which I do need - and then spend a lot of time trying to figure out why something unwanted like this started happening and whether it can be stopped.

Asked by Please only email me to answer question 31 imizuzu edlule

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Drop down menu not showing most recently visited websites

Until the most recently Firefox update (7/1/20), when I clicked in my address bar, it would drop down and show the web sites I visited most frequently. Now, when I click … (funda kabanzi)

Until the most recently Firefox update (7/1/20), when I clicked in my address bar, it would drop down and show the web sites I visited most frequently. Now, when I click in the address bar, it shows a bunch of random websites, some of which I only visited once a long time ago. How do I get the drop down menu back to how it was before the update? Thanks.

Asked by richardstephan 1 ihora elidlule

Answered by jscher2000 1 ihora elidlule

Is CCleaner cookie destruction redundant for Firefox users with the right settings?

Is the cookie clearing function of CCleaner 100% redundant for those who use only Firefox as a browser and choose settings that delete all or nearly cookies when the brow… (funda kabanzi)

Is the cookie clearing function of CCleaner 100% redundant for those who use only Firefox as a browser and choose settings that delete all or nearly cookies when the browser closes? Ideally, I would like to dispense with CCleaner for cookie clearance and depend only on my Firefox browser settings for that. [The various other functions of CCleaner, and its overall value, are not part of my question.]

Asked by Quenchoo 33 imizuzu edlule

Cannot connect to one specific website (weather.com)

As of about a week ago I have been unable to connect to https://weather.com using Firefox 78.0.1 64bit on Windows 10 Pro. As far as I have found in my regular browsing t… (funda kabanzi)

As of about a week ago I have been unable to connect to https://weather.com using Firefox 78.0.1 64bit on Windows 10 Pro. As far as I have found in my regular browsing this is the only website with this problem; other websites open properly. The problem with https://weather.com occurs no matter how I try to connect - selecting a bookmark that worked in the past or typing directly in the address bar. If I am using an empty blank window what I see is a window that remains blank. The name that I typed in shows in the address bar but there is no padlock icon and no trackers shield. I am attaching a screen shot.

If I open Firefox in a private window I AM able to connect to https://weather.com as I could before in the ordinary window. I am also able to connect to https://weather.com using other browsers.

Any suggestions as to what has happened and how to fix it would be greatly appreciated!

Asked by richard.smith1 35 imizuzu edlule

Why are settings for routinely deleting cookies in two different areas of settings?

In Firefox>Privacy and Security, there are two very similar looking settings regarding routine cookie destruction: Cookies and Site Data>check Delete cookies and si… (funda kabanzi)

In Firefox>Privacy and Security, there are two very similar looking settings regarding routine cookie destruction:

Cookies and Site Data>check Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed. Manage Permissions [A site list with Block, Allow, Allow for Session]

History>Firefox will Use custom settings for History>Clear history when Firefox closes. Settings: check Cookies

My current understanding is that Cookies and Site Data potentially provides exclusions from the cookie carnage, whereas the History setting per above would delete all cookies. Is this correct as far as it goes? What I keep wondering is why the topic of cookie destruction when closing cannot be handled in one area of the Settings layout, instead of in two different areas.

Asked by Quenchoo 36 imizuzu edlule

MS Surface pen click opens wrong website

I am setting up a Surface 6 to replace a Surface 3 that has developed ailments. This is a problem that I found with the S3 and found a simple fix but was not smart enoug… (funda kabanzi)

I am setting up a Surface 6 to replace a Surface 3 that has developed ailments. This is a problem that I found with the S3 and found a simple fix but was not smart enough to keep my notes. So now I get to solve it again.

With a web site displayed like cnn.com where there is a link at the top (CNN logo) there is a problem when a drop-down list of bookmarks covers that logo/link. When I click on a bookmark with the Surface pen, the click event goes instead to the page "underneath" the drop-down list and I go zooming off to that link instead of to the bookmarked link that I want.

I see this when using the Surface pen, not with a conventional mouse. The tablet is running in normal screen mode, not in tablet mode.

My recollection is that the fix was as simple as checking or unchecking a box but I can find nothing about it now and have no clue where the box might have been.

Asked by OldRacer 37 imizuzu edlule

Problem with site only in mozilla

When I am trying to open site hypermission.ru in Mozilla I see some strange things. Big objects and broken fonts. In other browsers I dont have the same problems. Please,… (funda kabanzi)

When I am trying to open site hypermission.ru in Mozilla I see some strange things. Big objects and broken fonts.

In other browsers I dont have the same problems.

Please, help!

P.S. I dont have some addons on mozilla. I use it clear.

Asked by makyshin 7 amahora adlule

Last reply by makyshin 37 imizuzu edlule

Firefox 76.01 on Windows 7 broke audio completely

The 76.01 update of Firefox has completely broken the audio function in my browser. Youtube and Yahoo Finance specifically. I have not checked further. Yes I know Windows… (funda kabanzi)

The 76.01 update of Firefox has completely broken the audio function in my browser. Youtube and Yahoo Finance specifically. I have not checked further. Yes I know Windows 7 is not supported by Microsoft, but Firefox has claimed that it would support Windows 7 indefinitely. Yesterday when I opened Firefox a message said that audio and video might not work if I did not have DRM enabled. I checked and saw that I had DRM enabled, but audio did not work. A button in the message said Enable DRM, I clicked the button anyway. No audio. I restarted Firefox, no audio. I restarted my computer, no audio. I opened Chrome and everything is working fine. I did not even okay this update. I have my preferences set to NOT automatically update. it seems like Firefox is ignoring my preferences. Firefox should provide an instant downgrade to the previous version that supported audio. In the past I have downgraded a few times until things were working smoothly, but it's a headache. Now I understand Firefox makes it even harder to do that. I may just switch to Chrome permanently.

Asked by brtew 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by brtew 40 imizuzu edlule

browser control

On the preferences page (general) it show my browser is being managed by my organization (ImportEnterpriseRoots) but this is my personal computer which should not be conn… (funda kabanzi)

On the preferences page (general) it show my browser is being managed by my organization (ImportEnterpriseRoots) but this is my personal computer which should not be connected to any organization. Please advise if this is message and organization name are a normal default or if this indicates a problem with my browser/computer.

Thank-you

Asked by takedagk 54 imizuzu edlule

Last reply by ARMAN KHAN 41 imizuzu edlule

New iMac doesn't like Firefox

I have been a long time Firefox user, mainly on my 10 year old iMac. Purchased a new iMac this spring and installed Firefox. Everything was fine for the first month or so… (funda kabanzi)

I have been a long time Firefox user, mainly on my 10 year old iMac. Purchased a new iMac this spring and installed Firefox. Everything was fine for the first month or so, then problems started popping up. Spinning rainbow, bouncing icon with no connection, dead in the water responses from browser, etc. None of these which ever happened with the old machine. Apple support wasn't much help since Firefox is a third party program. Tried uninstalling and re-installing Firefox and it worked fine for a couple of weeks, then the same problems started again. Have run a couple of virus and malware programs to be sure there were no problems.

Pretty frustrated at this point, don't really want to use Safari unless absolutely necessary, and haven't gotten near Chrome for years. Any help would really be appreciated.

Thanks, Joe

Asked by gtrplayer19 1 ihora elidlule

Last reply by gtrplayer19 44 imizuzu edlule

saving profile for restore to previous version

Do I need to save my profile to restore the previous version? It is very confusing in the help files with conflicting information that makes me worry that I may not be ab… (funda kabanzi)

Do I need to save my profile to restore the previous version? It is very confusing in the help files with conflicting information that makes me worry that I may not be able to use my profile from V75 in the previous version I only want to temporarily restore to the previous version until the web page display problems and URL address box overlapping the favourites bar are are sorted out but I hope to retain my bookmarks to work in the previous version Thanks TW

Asked by 70773388 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by 70773388 46 imizuzu edlule

Disable Firefox automatic restoring of previous session when Booting on Win 10

I'm using Win 10. How do i disable Firefox 77.0 from automatically restoring lots of windows from my last session upon startup of my computer? FYI, i just opened my Menu,… (funda kabanzi)

I'm using Win 10. How do i disable Firefox 77.0 from automatically restoring lots of windows from my last session upon startup of my computer?

FYI, i just opened my Menu, and see that:

This is Uncheckmarked: ...Options > General > Restore Previous Session And this is Enabled: ....Add-Ons > Mange Your Extension

Asked by Ann&nymous 2 amahora adlule

Last reply by jscher2000 1 ihora elidlule

incorrect checksums of downloaded Firefox

Every time I download a new release of Firefox (win64 german), I check the downloaded file at virustotal and check the hashes published under http://releases.mozilla.org/… (funda kabanzi)

Every time I download a new release of Firefox (win64 german), I check the downloaded file at virustotal and check the hashes published under http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/<Version>, e.g. http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/78.0.1/SHA256SUMS Up until release 77.0 the hashes matched but for 77.0.1 and also the current release 78.0.1 the hashes do not match, neither SHA256 nor SHA512. For "win64/de/Firefox Setup 78.0.1.exe" the SHA256 hash should be 56cff68e3f0cb76a6404d675f7e1bacc40ebaba7bbb5cadcb4950378656ab0a6 but the calculated hash is 8e69755f257aba44b6bbe5079e17f3bff8b62ddc27de9e1c479686e9ad871dfb When checking at virustotal, the file is recognized as scanned before and the displayed hash is the one I calculated, so at least my downloaded file is equal to the file other persons downloaded. Could it be that since v77.0.1 the published hashes are incorrect?

Asked by juergen.renner1 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 ihora elidlule