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How to configure Firefox so that it will load everything from cache after restart, in case I am offline?

I wish to configure my Firefox so that it will cache everything and keep this cache, so that when I restart Firefox and am offline, it loads everything from cache and dis… (funda kabanzi)

I wish to configure my Firefox so that it will cache everything and keep this cache, so that when I restart Firefox and am offline, it loads everything from cache and displays fully loaded websites, even though I am offline.

Only when I try to access a not yet opened website or force reload of a website, it shall try to get things from the Internet and fail, since I am offline.

What settings are needed for this to work?

I usually start Firefox continuing my last session, so it feels like a huge waste to reload everything, mostly websites that do not change much anyway. It would be nice to have them display instantly, because everything is already on my local machine and on top be able to read all the websites I already loaded offline, since everything is cached.

Asked by ZelphirKaltstahl 1 unyaka odlule

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I created a Firefox account but when I try to sign in to sync i get a blank grey screen

I can't access it through Options/Sync either. That just gets me a message saying "determining your account status..." which never goes away. I have refreshed FF, checked… (funda kabanzi)

I can't access it through Options/Sync either. That just gets me a message saying "determining your account status..." which never goes away. I have refreshed FF, checked I am signed in to FF and checked around on Google for any possible solutions but no luck.

Asked by KingMobUK 5 iminyaka edlule

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How I can download firefox for organization?

Раньше был путь release - firefox for organization а теперь его найти не могу. Как скачать ESR версию? Where link for download firefox for organization? … (funda kabanzi)

Раньше был путь release - firefox for organization а теперь его найти не могу. Как скачать ESR версию?


Where link for download firefox for organization?

Asked by Maxim_al 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Why can't I uninstall Firefox?

As of 9/22/17 my computer tells me it is not compatible with Miracast which is blocking my wireless network. I believe it comes fromthe last Firefox download. No one see… (funda kabanzi)

As of 9/22/17 my computer tells me it is not compatible with Miracast which is blocking my wireless network. I believe it comes fromthe last Firefox download. No one seems to know a lot about this Miracast.

Asked by fritzpie 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 2 iminyaka edlule

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How come since upgrading to Windows 10 I can't get ad blockers to work?

I had Avast Antivirus Safe Browsing, Ad Block Plus, Ad Block Plus Pop Up Addon, Facebook Ad Blocker and Webmail Ad Blocker all installed and working great on a customers … (funda kabanzi)

I had Avast Antivirus Safe Browsing, Ad Block Plus, Ad Block Plus Pop Up Addon, Facebook Ad Blocker and Webmail Ad Blocker all installed and working great on a customers laptop, but after they upgraded to Windows 10 all the add ons have disappeared. I tried reinstalling them and the blue bar goes across to the end and it sticks on 'downloading'. Why can't I get these to install?

Asked by Papatuzz 4 iminyaka edlule

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Zate.tv when I try to add on, it just is blocked no option to allow

On the website Zate.tv, when I try to add the plugin, I get a message that Firefox didn´t allow it, but it doesn´t give me the option to allow it. I have changed the secu… (funda kabanzi)

On the website Zate.tv, when I try to add the plugin, I get a message that Firefox didn´t allow it, but it doesn´t give me the option to allow it. I have changed the security parameters, adding exceptions and allowing Pop Up, but still it doesn´t work

Asked by aarauz02 4 iminyaka edlule

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Clicking on external links (e.g. in Thunderbird) doesn't open Firefox

It's the same for other programms, for example Word. The focus of the programm (Thunderbird, Word ...) is lost after clicking, but Firefox doesn't do a thing. (Firefox is… (funda kabanzi)

It's the same for other programms, for example Word. The focus of the programm (Thunderbird, Word ...) is lost after clicking, but Firefox doesn't do a thing. (Firefox is set as my standard browser). What can I do?

Thanks in advance!

Asked by ausgang 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by ausgang 4 iminyaka edlule

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What's the future of Firefox?

I take care of 5 systems for this household. Two Windoze 10, one Vista, and two Ubuntu 14.04. We currently use SeaMonkey, but Sync (ESSENTIAL to us) hasn't worked for li… (funda kabanzi)

I take care of 5 systems for this household. Two Windoze 10, one Vista, and two Ubuntu 14.04.

We currently use SeaMonkey, but Sync (ESSENTIAL to us) hasn't worked for literally years, and other things are dragging, including requests for help and info.

My real questions are: 1) Is sync currently working well? 2) Is there anything in the crystal ball that might hamper or destroy sync in ANY foreseeable future? 3) Four of the five systems are 64 bit, one is 32 bit. The Ubuntu systems are one each 32 and 64 bit.

  • A) I presume 64 and 32 bit installations get along together, and have transparent user interfaces as to bitness. Is this true?
  • B) Are there both 64 bit and 32 bit Ubuntu installations?
  • C) Besides bitness, what are the differences between the 32 and 64 bit versions?

4) I guess all the synced items will transfer to FireFox from SeaMonkey?

5) What other problems might I encounter with FireFox that I don't see in SeaMonkey?

6) Is FireFox planned to be supported indefinitely?

Thanks!

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Asked by RogerDavis 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Moses 4 iminyaka edlule

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When Firefox blocks a popup, why isn't one of the options "Allow once"?

When Firefox blocks a popup, a notice banner appears at the top of the screen, telling you that Firefox blocked a popup. At the right side of the banner is an "Options" b… (funda kabanzi)

When Firefox blocks a popup, a notice banner appears at the top of the screen, telling you that Firefox blocked a popup.

At the right side of the banner is an "Options" box with some popup blocker configuration options..

But all I want to do is allow this one popup one time.

Why isn't that one of the options?

Asked by JohnK626 4 iminyaka edlule

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"Add an Exception" for purporedly invalid/questionable SSL certifcates does not work in V 37.0.1. How do I get around thgis?

Accessing admin page of SAN that uses self-signed cert. (from Oracle Corp.), warning dialogue appears, which is OK, bu the "add exception" mechanism no longer works. (U… (funda kabanzi)

Accessing admin page of SAN that uses self-signed cert. (from Oracle Corp.), warning dialogue appears, which is OK, bu the "add exception" mechanism no longer works. (Used to in earlier versions of FireFox.)

Asked by Mole2015 5 iminyaka edlule

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What is stored in profile\storage\default?

Seem to be new folders popping up here since Firefox 42. What actually is being stored here? I know it is not standard cookies or history. What controls what is allowed t… (funda kabanzi)

Seem to be new folders popping up here since Firefox 42. What actually is being stored here? I know it is not standard cookies or history. What controls what is allowed to store here?

profile\storage\default folder...

Thanks.

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Asked by in4m8n 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox keeps searching for updates when new tab opened.

I am running the latest version of Firefox (40.0.3) with ad blocker plus as my only addon. However every time I attempt to open a new tab it take ages to open because Fi… (funda kabanzi)

I am running the latest version of Firefox (40.0.3) with ad blocker plus as my only addon. However every time I attempt to open a new tab it take ages to open because Firefox is constantly searching for an update. This takes 2-3 minutes every time. Have tried refreshing Firefox, uninstalling and reinstalling without success. My system is Win 8.1 on a i7 Lenovo PC. All worked well until the latest FF upgrade. I have no problems with the same version installed on my laptop. Any help/suggestions would be much apprciated. Thanks.

Asked by briantodd1 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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How do I stop Firefox from automatically trying to update without my permission, every time I open it?

I've selected in the update tab under the advanced options to never check for updates, none of which I will ever want to download, never had the Maintenance Service insta… (funda kabanzi)

I've selected in the update tab under the advanced options to never check for updates, none of which I will ever want to download, never had the Maintenance Service installed, and also confirmed that the values of such preferences of "app.update.auto, app.update.enabled, app.update.silent" are set to false in about:config as I was told they should be. Yet, EVERY time I open Firefox, Firefox automatically tries to update itself, prompting User Account Control to ask my permission for Firefox to make changes (the upgrade) to my computer. I do not want to have to click no every time I'm asked this because Firefox tries to update itself WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. What can I do to stop this?

Asked by blackaidoru 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by blackaidoru 4 iminyaka edlule

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Considerations when upgrading from V41 or V43

Long time user (15-20 yrs?), I have been avoiding the "next" upgrade for several years for various reasons (hate change, fave add-ons go away, hate change, not broke-don'… (funda kabanzi)

Long time user (15-20 yrs?), I have been avoiding the "next" upgrade for several years for various reasons (hate change, fave add-ons go away, hate change, not broke-don't fix, hate change...). But I am now running into a few websites that won't permit this browser, so it may be time to move on. With heavy adblocking and tracker-blocking and my benign web browsing habits, I've not been concerned about security (never had a virus in 20 years - knock wood). It's just full functionality and slowness at this point. At this point, I see even my Classic Theme Restorer is no longer available, so I'll just have to bite the bullet on aesthetics and deal with a modern browser. However, a couple of things are unclear:

1. does 20 years of bookmark history (and remembered history) affect memory footprint. I only refer to existing bookmarks occasionally these days and may consider a full purge. Partial purge would probably be too time-consuming. Maybe even a full profile purge might be worthwhile for a true clean slate. Maybe FF has come a long way and old extensions and settings won't be necessary. I also have several about: settings that I may (or may not?) miss.

2. Are automatic updates unavoidable in newer versions? I read about "manual" but it sounded temporary.

3. The permissions on many potential add-ons I've looked at are quite unnerving... e.g many of them require full access to ALL my data (usernames and passwords!!!) and I know the function has no need for such. Who has time to investigate these fully for safety? Is there any anti-malware vetting required for add-ons to be available?

4. I know newer is generally faster, but FF has a history of growing and slowing down after upgrades. My hardware isn't getting any newer (although its more than ample for my current needs), but software tends to be developed on latest and greatest hardware. How does latest FF compare to circa V41 in memory usage?


In any case, I thought I would give the latest vesion a whirl on my old Vista laptop (which is currently at V43) and check it out before plunging in on my W7 work PC or home PC. Any answers or insight into such a big jump are much appreciated.

Asked by Wendy444 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Javascript client to control loT

We would like to create a JavaScript framework for Motor control to use FireFox as a client, We develop our embedded Web Server via Ethernet 100-1000T and we want to pro… (funda kabanzi)

We would like to create a JavaScript framework for Motor control to use FireFox as a client, We develop our embedded Web Server via Ethernet 100-1000T and we want to provide our customers a JavaScript Solution trough Firefox I ) How we can add a Client Java Script Framework to Firefox, trough a TCP/IP LAN Ethernet. 2) IF we develop in C-C++ a dll or library ( we will support for Windows , MAC OS, Linux and Android ) that trough FireFox we can connect to our embedded rmv_Tasker (Web Server ). Regards Albert Tello

Asked by Albert 2 iminyaka edlule

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a href is not working in firefox, the text is not clickable. It only becomes clickable and works when i inspect the element.

So in this segment of code: <table style="width:100%"> <tr> <td> <div class="projectsLink"> <p class="one"><a href="undergraduate.html"… (funda kabanzi)

So in this segment of code:

<table style="width:100%">
<tr>
<td> <div class="projectsLink"> 	<p class="one"><a href="undergraduate.html"  onclick="location.href='undergraduate.html'" > Undergraduate Studies </a> </p> </td>  
<td> 							<p class="one"><a href="postgraduate.html" onclick="location.href='postgraduate.html'" > Postgraduate Studies </a></p> </td>  
 <td>							<p class="one"><a href="research.html" onclick="location.href='research.html'"> Research </a> </p> </td> 
</div>
</tr> 

the href are not working. The text is not made clickable when i hover and does nothing when i click. I've tried resetting Firefox, checked there are no proxies but nothing's changed. In Google chrome they work fine.

Can anyone suggest a solution?

Asked by cousma 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 5 iminyaka edlule

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what is the "open permissions" extension that appears in my list of add-ons and what is it used for?

In my capacity as the world's #1 computer dummy, it seemed to me that my above question would be self explanatory but I'll try to elaborate further: I received a pop-up … (funda kabanzi)

In my capacity as the world's #1 computer dummy, it seemed to me that my above question would be self explanatory but I'll try to elaborate further: I received a pop-up message on my screen that an update was available for Adobe Reader so I opened the Firefox add-on page where I clicked on the the reader update button. While that update was in process I noticed that an update was also available for an extension entitled "open about:permissions" and having never noticed or encountered this item previously, I clicked on the link to open the related home page as I most always do in such cases in order to increase my knowledge (which I admit is pretty limited) and found the page to be written in Polish or some other eastern european language which stopped me short. I then looked on my menu bar for the the translate icon which used to be there but had disappeared somewhere along the line which again stopped me short. To avoid clicking my way down another dead end road, I did what I thought was the obvious thing and posted the above question. I'd like to get some information about what that extension is used for and either keep it updated or else delete it if I have no use for it since this computer is already slow enough without loading it with useless junk. I'd also like to reinstall a translate program if you can recommend a good one that won't uninstall itself when I'm not looking. If I remember correctly, the one I used to have installed just sat there quietly keeping an eye on the incoming data and automatically translated into English anything incoming in a foreign language.

Thanks Much to anyone who feels like helping

Asked by worldsoldestman 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by the-edmeister 4 iminyaka edlule

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Could you tell me the maximum supported version of Firefox in this OS environment?

Hello, I am a developer working on Red Hat Linux R5.10. Could you tell me the maximum supported version of Firefox in this OS environment? The current version of Red Hat … (funda kabanzi)

Hello, I am a developer working on Red Hat Linux R5.10.

Could you tell me the maximum supported version of Firefox in this OS environment? The current version of Red Hat Linux R5.10 is related to the following environment. gtk2, glib 2.0, pango 1.14

The latest version(66.0.3) of Firefox has requirements below

-GTK + 3.4 or higher
-GLib 2.22 or higher
-Pango 1.22 or higher

This OS does not meet all the requirements.

help please

Asked by namhun 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by Meskó Balázs 1 unyaka odlule

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How to see synced content in another browser?

Hi all, I will unfortunately soon lose the ability to use Firefox at work because my company's IT department don't want to support it anymore as we upgrade to Windows 10.… (funda kabanzi)

Hi all,

I will unfortunately soon lose the ability to use Firefox at work because my company's IT department don't want to support it anymore as we upgrade to Windows 10.

So, I will have to use either IE, Edge or Chrome. Ideally I would like an extension which I can use to connect one of these browsers (probably Chrome) to Firefox, but since that doesn't exist the next best thing is to be able to manually "sync" things.

First, how do I view the synced content for my Firefox Account in a web page? Is there a way to access it from https://accounts.firefox.com/settings

Second, how to I add things to this?

Mainly I am interested in syncing tabs. Browser history would also be useful but I can see how this could be very difficult. Bookmarks would be an alternative method of syncing history.

Thanks :)

Asked by madbilly 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule