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How do I remove ALL built-in serach engines?

Every time I mispell a URL it forwards it to some search engine. I don't want this! What if I accidentally copy-pasted something personal that I didn't intend and it gets… (funda kabanzi)

Every time I mispell a URL it forwards it to some search engine. I don't want this! What if I accidentally copy-pasted something personal that I didn't intend and it gets forwarded to yahoo? On the Search options I am given the option to remove all except one of them. There has to be at least one or the Remove button is greyed out. I want ALL of them gone. I don't want mispelled URLs to be redirected to a search engine.

Asked by OnlyOne 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 iminyaka edlule

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Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. Added header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' in response header for iframe data. Can parent page now manipulate iframe's DOM ?

Let say, I have a page on domain www.a.b.xyz.com. This page contains an iframe, with data from www.d.xyz.com. iframe is loaded with data from www.d.xyz.com, by submitting… (funda kabanzi)

Let say, I have a page on domain www.a.b.xyz.com. This page contains an iframe, with data from www.d.xyz.com.

iframe is loaded with data from www.d.xyz.com, by submitting html form to host www.d.xyz.com. In return server www.d.xyz.com is returning HTML DOM to be rendered in iframe. Server also sets header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *.xyz.com' in response.

iframe is loaded with HTML DOM from www.d.xyz.com.

Now, I'm trying to access/manipulate (for eg: Click a button in iframe) DOM from parent page using Javascript. But, I'm not able to do so.

Is it because, 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *.xyz.com' just informs browser to show/render the content from www.d.xyz.com on www.a.b.xyz.com, but do not grant permission to parent page to manipulate iframe's DOM ?

I am able to manipulate iframe's DOM from parent, only if I create sub-domain for both parent and iframe- document.domain='xyz.com'; I changed domain using firebug debugger.

Any help will be appreciated.

Asked by binit.00354 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by guigs 4 iminyaka edlule

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How can I see the name of the URL before I jump to it?

How can I see the name of the URL before I jump to it. The message in the gray bar says "Firefox prevented the web page from redirecting to another page". I don't have on… (funda kabanzi)

How can I see the name of the URL before I jump to it. The message in the gray bar says "Firefox prevented the web page from redirecting to another page". I don't have one in front of me but I think the button at the end says "allow". Usually when I'm downloading I have to allow the redirect or the download window won't open. There are times when the redirect doesn't seem to go anywhere. The new page looks just like the original. In some of the questions I read the change was dramatic. Those questions I read in the forum were about turning off redirect, but since FF went to the trouble of creating an option I have to believe there's a reason. On Wikipedia I read but don't entirely understand all the reasons for redirection, but I saw enough to realize that turning it off is not for me a good idea. I imagine that if FF is about to send me to the new page then it knows what the URL is. It doesn't know what I'll encounter there, but it knows the URL "name". That is to say "www.bad site.com" or "www.minor change to preserve bookmarks.com". So how do I see what the name of the site is before I allow the jump to it.

Asked by DavidSorge 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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Reported unwanted software site warning - how can I remove it

I innocently had a "supposed" reliable company put ads on my site with their coding. I now learn that they are putting "unwanted software" ads on the site, triggering the… (funda kabanzi)

I innocently had a "supposed" reliable company put ads on my site with their coding.

I now learn that they are putting "unwanted software" ads on the site, triggering the notice that the site has "unwanted software" and warns users to go away. This is very damaging to the site.

Now that i have removed ALL of the offending company's coding from my site, how do I get rid of the notice? Specifically, where on the web does Firefox (and others) get their info from and how can I contact them to get the warning removed?

Thanks for any help.

Asked by waynec444 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 iminyaka edlule

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Why did Mozilla break No Squint?

What has changed in the Addon structure for Mozilla and Firefox? Why was it necessary to break this addon? The author claims it is too much trouble to keep up with the ch… (funda kabanzi)

What has changed in the Addon structure for Mozilla and Firefox?

Why was it necessary to break this addon? The author claims it is too much trouble to keep up with the changes in Mozilla and Firefox, so has Mozilla changed that is so important that y'all must ruin my user experience?

I don't get it: every week or so Mozilla breaks another addon that has made Firefox a good product: what is the goal? Is forcing users to concentrate on the underlying unicorns and whatevers more important than allowing them to use the WWW part of the internet in a manner of their choice? It's starting to look evil, especially because I, and most others, don't understand the need nor motivations behind breaking something that seems to work just fine. Seriously, is it Mozilla's intention that I squint? Instead of just leaving me (and many others) just hanging, why not take on a little bit of responsibility and fix the browser so the features are incorporated into it, either by default or possibly using an 'addon' as promised to users?

Think about it, see if you can spot the errors on your part, right? So what addon fills the roles that No Squint filled? Why did Mozilla break it? What advantage do we have now that it is broken and it's harder to look at a variety of web pages, some with font too small, some with font too big, some with light grey font, some with red font on nearly red background; what does Firefox do better now that it's a big, big PIA to look at websites that I had fixed for myself up until yesterday?

Seriously, are there Microsoft employee working on the code now, trying to find ways to make the computer unusable due to updated, sucky interfaces? Perhaps you could make all Mozilla products use white fonts on very light grey backgrounds and appear upside down in Russian? Wouldn't that be funny? Is it obvious by my remarks that I am not a programmer?

But really, what next in this apparently embarrassing boondoggle?

Asked by TenOx 3 iminyaka edlule

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Chrome saved password in plain text while firefox saved password in my encrypted password string

Browser Chrome password saved in plain text while Firefox and safari stored password in encrypted which I have done using CryptoJS In Chrome browser save password stored … (funda kabanzi)

Browser Chrome password saved in plain text while Firefox and safari stored password in encrypted which I have done using CryptoJS

In Chrome browser save password stored in plain text while Firefox and safari stored password in my encrypted which converted using CryptoJS before submitting the form.

Username,Password and Client key are convert into MD5 and SHA1 using CryptoJS and concatenate all those strings and assign to password field and then submit the form when I do login in Chrome that time save password prompt show original password(plain text) while I login in Firefox that time save password prompt show as converted string in password field instead of plain text password.

I want to store password in plain text instead of converted string in sha1 and md5.

Can you please help here how I can fix this issue.

Asked by it.smarty.expert 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Unknown Syncing Error

I have been having some problems for the past few months now, which started approximately mid April, but they were largely minor and I did not mind them, but now they hav… (funda kabanzi)

I have been having some problems for the past few months now, which started approximately mid April, but they were largely minor and I did not mind them, but now they have tried my patience for too long. My Firefox does not seem to be syncing correctly, and the error it gives is an unknown error.

These may be minor, but other problems have coincided with this error prompt. For hyperlinks, they are not remembered but links clicked from long ago are remembered and still appear purple, while un-clicked links appear blue, as well as links that are clicked now. Many preferences are not saved, and I cannot create new bookmarks, or edit pre-existing ones, either by duplication, changing their names, or changing their locations. Futhermore, there is no way to access the "organize" function within the bookmark menu. I am not completely certain if these are all related, but i believe the bookmakrs and preferences to definitely be related to this syncing problem, with the hyperlink problem still a mystery.

Attempting to re-sync just causes a sync error to reappear within a second, without change. I have followed some instruction from past questions, such as refreshing or conducting a clean reinstall, but nothing so far has fixed this problem. Indeed, even a fresh reinstall still remembers my old sync destination, but cannot allow changes to be made, so I cannot truly start "fresh". I have the sync error log for the most recent sync attempt, gained via about:sync-log, which can be found here: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/8836344

Thank you for assistance in this matter.

Asked by Protolisk 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by guigs 4 iminyaka edlule

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Since IDM integration is disabled on firefox latest version 46.0.1, how to download videos using IDM on newly updated firefox latest version 46.0.1 ?

Since IDM integration is disabled on firefox latest version 46.0.1, how to download videos using IDM on newly updated firefox latest version 46.0.1 ?

Asked by Shashank Kumar 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by James 4 iminyaka edlule

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Can Firefox show resolution of image before name in tab title?

The question: Can Firefox show resolution of image before its name in title? If an image has a name too big I can't read its resolution, and that bugs me. (asked by supa… (funda kabanzi)

The question:

Can Firefox show resolution of image before its name in title? If an image has a name too big I can't read its resolution, and that bugs me.

(asked by supasd)

I've done some research, not yet successful.

Would any of you guys happen to know how to do it? What's the smartest/most efficient way? Can it be done with a userstyle? or is a userscript or add-on needed? Feel free to provide any type of suggestion or solution whether it is userstyle or whatever.

Asked by EvaparotangCote 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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How to customize privacy protection with add-ons?

Dear Firefox, It's the first time I am using FireFox! Seriously. For long years I've been an avid Opera and then Vivaldi fan, unfortunately, recently Vivaldi started to b… (funda kabanzi)

Dear Firefox,

It's the first time I am using FireFox! Seriously. For long years I've been an avid Opera and then Vivaldi fan, unfortunately, recently Vivaldi started to become even less compatible with many sites, and I personally started to think more about security and privacy in the Web. I've found that many tech sites recommend using new FireFox as it is as fast as is configurable with its add-ons. That said, I've found this list of 13 add-ons that would help secure my privacy:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/collections/mozilla/privacy-matters/

Unfortunately, I am no IT wizard, but a simple user, and I cannot tell if I should istall all 13 of them? Or maybe the overlap in some usages? And futhermore, should I add an addblocker to it?

I would appreciate all the info and help you guys provide :) Thank you in advance.

Marcin

Asked by kmieciu86 1 unyaka odlule

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Difference between two settings in about:config?

I use hardware acceleration, and it works okay except for the looks that come with it on the fonts. They look jagged and "not so smooth" as they could be - and I have bad… (funda kabanzi)

I use hardware acceleration, and it works okay except for the looks that come with it on the fonts. They look jagged and "not so smooth" as they could be - and I have bad vision. I found out somewhere that they look smooth if I set either "layers.prefer-d3d9" or "gfx.direct2d.disabled" to true. How are these different if it could be explained in a simple way? The fonts look good with any of these set to "true", BUT it seems some performance is lost. Which one causes the biggest performance drop? And a second question; Is there a complete reference/documentation for all the settings in "about:config", I like a good read (and to explore settings), but it's hard when some entries have either been removed, and it's difficult to know when a new one is added... I like to know what is going on in Firefox, but finding up to date info isn't the easiest thing.

Asked by Torchbearer 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 iminyaka edlule

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Will Firefox include a built-in VPN?

Hey all, The Developer version of Opera now includes a free and unlimited built-in VPN. I have clung to Firefox for years because of its features and open-source nature b… (funda kabanzi)

Hey all, The Developer version of Opera now includes a free and unlimited built-in VPN. I have clung to Firefox for years because of its features and open-source nature but Opera is now making a very good case to switch as a VPN seems a very important addition to a browser. Are there any knows plans for Firefox to develop a similar feature in the coming releases? So far, no add-on has really convinced me of its reliability in this matter. Best, Lou

Asked by loudrou 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 3 iminyaka edlule

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saved passwords from my pc can be easily hacked.More security can be added to that,as the number of hackers is increasing eventuaIt can be made better than now

As we know that everyone wants save passwords for many websites,even though we have email assistance if we lose our passwords but saved passwords from pc can be easily h… (funda kabanzi)

As we know that everyone wants save passwords for many websites,even though we have email assistance if we lose our passwords but saved passwords from pc can be easily hacked in mozilla.This may not be seen in chrome.More security can be added to that,as the number of hackers is increasing eventually .It can be made better than what MOZILLA is using.

Asked by atla 5 iminyaka edlule

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Adobe's Help Site Triggers Migraines

Not a question so much as a mal-design warning. https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html?step=ADE_how-tos-troubleshooting_how-tos https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html#/top_pr… (funda kabanzi)

Not a question so much as a mal-design warning.

https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html?step=ADE_how-tos-troubleshooting_how-tos

https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html#/top_products

Adobe's help site flashes every few seconds, and has triggered another of my migraines. Obviously I can't report the problem on that site. I don't know whether it was hacked by greifers or designed that way.

Asked by MarjaE 4 iminyaka edlule

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mozilla ana parola unuttum, ana parolayı ve diğer parolaları kaldırmak istiyorum, mozillayı tekrar kurmama rağmen kullanamıyorum mail [removed]

mozilla ana parolayı unuttum, artık kullanmakta istemiyorum. mozillayı kaldırdım, tekrardan kurdum ama hala ana parola istiyor, ve ekranı geçemedğim için kullanamıyorum. … (funda kabanzi)

mozilla ana parolayı unuttum, artık kullanmakta istemiyorum. mozillayı kaldırdım, tekrardan kurdum ama hala ana parola istiyor, ve ekranı geçemedğim için kullanamıyorum. ana parolayı silmem, yada kaldırmam lazım, lütfen yardım

Asked by Soner1971 4 iminyaka edlule

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how to check past downloading time ?

Hi Team, My name is Anirudh Kumar and i have been using Mozilla from past 7-8 yrs now. Just wanted to know how can i check the past downloading content time. Because nor… (funda kabanzi)

Hi Team,

My name is Anirudh Kumar and i have been using Mozilla from past 7-8 yrs now.

Just wanted to know how can i check the past downloading content time. Because normally we can see the yesterday downloading time only.

My humble request kindly to the needful & hoping prompt reply on this.

Anirudh Kumar 9910611351

Asked by ani_rajput001 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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In Firefox 55 (2017) does it still make sense to move the cache to RAM?

I refer to the classic case where I have an SSD and don't want to "consume" it by watching endless videos on YouTube (and/or other sites) that are being buffered to the d… (funda kabanzi)

I refer to the classic case where I have an SSD and don't want to "consume" it by watching endless videos on YouTube (and/or other sites) that are being buffered to the disk. Or does the buffering of such videos occur in RAM by default in Firefox?

I also want to speed up Firefox at the maximum.

What are the downsides of having the entire cache in RAM and, if none, why isn't the default instalation with no cache at all on the disk (browser.cache.disk.enable = false) ?

What is the best configuration of Firefox (regarding cache) on a laptop with the an SSD and 4 GB of RAM?

Thanks in advance.

Asked by PopStarWannabe 2 iminyaka edlule

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