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Disable the stupid feature with browser closing by ctrl+q

Hi! Does anybody know how to disable browser closing by ctrl+q shortcut? It is too close to ctrl+w and sometimes I close the whole browser instead of one tab. Moreover it… (funda kabanzi)

Hi! Does anybody know how to disable browser closing by ctrl+q shortcut? It is too close to ctrl+w and sometimes I close the whole browser instead of one tab. Moreover it is really useless and stupid feature since I have alt+f4. Why I need another shortcut which do the same stuff? And why developers ignore this issue which was reported on several forums? I tried install extension which disable it but it doesn't work for me.

Asked by jenamax 10 amahora adlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 amahora adlule

I cannot log in to bank after newest Firefox update

I get an error message now when I try to log in to my bank. I have 2 pc's, one Linux, the other Microsoft and Firefox on both. I get an error message when I try to log in… (funda kabanzi)

I get an error message now when I try to log in to my bank. I have 2 pc's, one Linux, the other Microsoft and Firefox on both. I get an error message when I try to log in-PR_CONNECT_RESET_ERROR. How do I fix this or is it the bank's security certificate not keeping up? If I use the Edge browser, I can log in, just not on Firefox. I have no problem with any other website.

Asked by LLL 9 amahora adlule

Last reply by FredMcD 8 amahora adlule

Firefox Automatically Redirecting from HTTP to HTTPS [Resolved]

I just hit a bug in Firefox that was a real time eater for me. Firefox was automatically redirecting to https for a website even when I typed in the full url http://192.1… (funda kabanzi)

I just hit a bug in Firefox that was a real time eater for me.

Firefox was automatically redirecting to https for a website even when I typed in the full url http://192.168.138.210:80. It would always redirect even if there was no server listening at port 80! Even, if I added query parameters like ?q=123456, it still did it.

I had set up the web server to listen on port 80 at 192.168.138.210 and I could never get firefox to load the http page. I created a simple node http server and the same issue occurred. I finally realized that it was the browser was doing the https redirect. I disabled all extensions and it still occurred. I tried `Private Window` and the issue went away. Chrome was fine. I also tested `wget` and it was fine.

Once I realized the Firefox profile was the issue, I then cleared the cache in the browser and presto, problem went away.

I cannot repeat this error in Firefox so a Bug report is probably not warranted. In hindsight, I should have made a copy of the profile :(

Hope this information helps someone else avoid the pain of this and also a simple warning to those testing new web servers, don't assume any complex web browser is doing the right thing, use simple tools like wget or netcat to see whats going on at the lowest possible level before passing blame.

Here are a couple of goto *nix tests I have used:

Netcat trick to send a request to http://192.168.138.210:80/ % printf "GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n" | nc 192.168.138.210 80

Handy wget script that gives all the necessities of more complex calls like https for troubleshooting certificate resolution etc.: % curl -v -I --insecure https://google.com 2>&1 | egrep -v '^> |^< |^{|^}|^* T|^* AL|^ 0'

Asked by tim.c.quinn 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by jscher2000 17 amahora adlule

Intruder site

I am positive about Firefox is the most secure browser and have evidence of it. Nevertheless the following site could traspass the Firefox barriers: https://www.eldestape… (funda kabanzi)

I am positive about Firefox is the most secure browser and have evidence of it. Nevertheless the following site could traspass the Firefox barriers: https://www.eldestapeweb.com/ I am concerned on the survival of Free World and consecuently of Free Software. I guess the above mentioned site belongs to a parapolitical official organization. I consider that for it's job obtained tech help from some powerful international group. The average user of Firefox is unprevented of this issue. I am not asking for help in my behalf, because I have the necesary time to help myself. I suggest the Mozilla guys to investigate the facts. Sincery yours, Edgardo Colombo Buenos Aires.

Asked by ecolombo999 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by jscher2000 1 usuku oludlule

How to know which Firefox version is associated to a given profile?

Hi, I have reinstalled my Debian, keeping of course my `/home`. New Firefox version is `68.12.0esr`. A new profile has been created, but I need the old one which I can s… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

I have reinstalled my Debian, keeping of course my `/home`. New Firefox version is `68.12.0esr`. A new profile has been created, but I need the old one which I can set as default in the profile manager at the url `about:profiles`, but Firefox tells me "Using an older version of Firefox can corrupt bookmarks and browsing history.....". So, it seems I need to install the same version of Firefox I had before, but I don't know which one it was, and I would like to avoid to make many trials.

Is there a mean to know which Firefox version is associated to a given profile?

Asked by l.alebarde 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 usuku oludlule

Remove URL from search suggestions but not all URLs from that domain

A website I visit often has an annoying splash page I'd rather not have to go through every time I go there so how do I remove the default url that shows up in the sugges… (funda kabanzi)

A website I visit often has an annoying splash page I'd rather not have to go through every time I go there so how do I remove the default url that shows up in the suggestions but not the page I actually use which has never shown up above the default url once?

For reference this I am using firfox on linux

Asked by seanlindemeier 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Firefox has stoped playing the video content on BBC news

I am using Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and until yesterday all was fine. However today when I accessed BBC news the website displays okay until I click on any of the video news clip… (funda kabanzi)

I am using Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and until yesterday all was fine. However today when I accessed BBC news the website displays okay until I click on any of the video news clips. Then I keep getting a message the video content is not available. My wife opened BBC news on her computer running Ubuntu 18.04LTS and BBC video content works fine in Fire fox. I cannot work out what is blocking the video content.

Asked by austinjames 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

When opening a downloaded file, Firefox doesn't use the system default application (Kubuntu 20.04)

When I download a file (eg. a debian binary package) and click to open it from Firefox' download tab, it doesn't use the system default application (here, Ark instead of … (funda kabanzi)

When I download a file (eg. a debian binary package) and click to open it from Firefox' download tab, it doesn't use the system default application (here, Ark instead of QApt)

Asked by yannl35133 5 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Lance Haverkamp 1 isonto elidlule

Firefox prompts me to download files instead of opening them...

This happens to me and many other people all the time. It always happens with .swf files since I can remember, for security reasons. But it also very often started happen… (funda kabanzi)

This happens to me and many other people all the time. It always happens with .swf files since I can remember, for security reasons. But it also very often started happening with .pdf files and other file types. Now it happens with .txt files and it's the straw that breaks the camel's back. Inconsistently so as well since when I open it from the website it prompts to download and not when I open the file locally.

This is such a problem that this add-on had to be made https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/open-in-browser/?utm_content=addons-manager-reviews-link&utm_medium=firefox-browser&utm_source=firefox-browser And as you can see it is rather popular. Shouldn't Firefox solve this bug (no it's not a feature or quirk) once and for all?

How can I do the same without an add-on?

Asked by manuel-phone 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 isonto elidlule

How to force Firefox to search localhost prior to searching the internet.

I am building a new website on an Ubuntu 20.04 server with a LEMP stack. To test the web server (nginx) I set up a simple test site named nginxtest.com. Nginx server bloc… (funda kabanzi)

I am building a new website on an Ubuntu 20.04 server with a LEMP stack. To test the web server (nginx) I set up a simple test site named nginxtest.com. Nginx server block tests are successful and there are no errors in any logs, so it appears that it is working properly. However, when I attempt to show the site by putting the site name into Firefox, all I get is a notice from Verizon that it has no knowledge of the website (which it shouldn't as it's not a registered name).

I want FIrefox to search localhost for my test site, but the only way I can make it work is to change the network-dns-native-is-localhost setting to true (default is false) in the about:config settings. When I change that setting, my test site pops right up, but then I can't reach any site on the internet.

How can I force Firefox to direct web searches to localhost before going out to the internet?

Asked by wrknight 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 1 isonto elidlule

Always save .jpg file

When I download almost any type of file, Firefox nicely asks whether I would like to always save the file, or always open it with some program. But for .jpg files, it mak… (funda kabanzi)

When I download almost any type of file, Firefox nicely asks whether I would like to always save the file, or always open it with some program. But for .jpg files, it makes a blanket, hard-coded assumption that I do not want to preserve my choice. I cannot add .jpg to the list of actions in the preferences. The authors of the browser forcibly mandate that a .jpg download must go to a popup, and the user's preferred action cannot be maintained internally.

This is a mistake. I realize someone thought it was a very rational idea. it is not. This is a bug.

How can I work around this mistake in the Firefox design?

Asked by byron.c.hawkins 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 isonto elidlule

Pocket-free build of firefox

Is there a pocket-free build of firefox available for download? Before you say, you can just disable it, I already have. In addition to that I've blocked the update/api… (funda kabanzi)

Is there a pocket-free build of firefox available for download? Before you say, you can just disable it, I already have. In addition to that I've blocked the update/api url as well. I want it removed completely, I strong feel mozilla should make it opt-in or provide a pocket free build.

I was thinking perhaps there is a regulatory constraint on of the builds here that I could install, then change back to english?

https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/79.0/linux-x86_64/

Any help would be appreciated.

Asked by jason65 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Squiddly 1 isonto elidlule

problem with specific vbulletin forum

I have an account on the following website: http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/forum.php I rarely can get it to function normally on my laptop when using firefox. Usually a w… (funda kabanzi)

I have an account on the following website: http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/forum.php

I rarely can get it to function normally on my laptop when using firefox. Usually a white page comes up with a list of threads, rather than the usual forum interface, and then if I try to navigate further, I get a 404 error message. I saw a suggestion somewhere to look at the web console information but I don't know enough about the types of information presented there to interpret it. If anyone can assist, I would be delighted. I copy/pasted the stuff I saw when I pulled up the web console.

Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/forumdisplay.php?2-Main-Where-s-George-Forum” because the scheme does not match. forumdisplay.php Some cookies are misusing the recommended “SameSite“ attribute 2 Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/forumdisplay.php?2-Main-Where-s-George-Forum” because the scheme does not match. forumdisplay.php Loading failed for the <script> with source “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/cdn-cgi/apps/head/wpJ7OnaoHqqN-SSFOvcy2VKlnmo.js”. forumdisplay.php:9:1 Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/cdn-cgi/apps/head/wpJ7OnaoHqqN-SSFOvcy2VKlnmo.js” because the scheme does not match. wpJ7OnaoHqqN-SSFOvcy2VKlnmo.js Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/clientscript/vbulletin-core.js?v=424” because the scheme does not match. vbulletin-core.js Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/css.php?styleid=15&langid=1&d=1495059526&td=ltr&sheet=bbcode.css,editor.css,popupmenu.css,reset-fonts.css,vbulletin.css,vbulletin-chrome.css,vbulletin-formcontrols.css,” because the scheme does not match. css.php Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/clientscript/vbulletin_read_marker.js?v=424” because the scheme does not match. vbulletin_read_marker.js Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/css.php?styleid=15&langid=1&d=1495059526&td=ltr&sheet=toolsmenu.css,forumbits.css,forumdisplay.css,threadlist.css,options.css” because the scheme does not match. css.php Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/css.php?styleid=15&langid=1&d=1495059526&td=ltr&sheet=additional.css” because the scheme does not match. css.php Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/clientscript/vbulletin_md5.js?v=424” because the scheme does not match. vbulletin_md5.js Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/clientscript/yui/yuiloader-dom-event/yuiloader-dom-event.js?v=424” because the scheme does not match. yuiloader-dom-event.js Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/clientscript/yui/connection/connection-min.js?v=424” because the scheme does not match. connection-min.js This browser is AJAX compatible vbulletin-core.js:1:10737 Firing System Init vbulletin-core.js:1:26195 Password fields present on an insecure (http://) page. This is a security risk that allows user login credentials to be stolen. forumdisplay.php Fire vB_XHTML_Ready vbulletin-core.js:1:29522 Fetch Cookie :: vbulletin_collapse (null) vbulletin-core.js:1:17098 Cookie “__cfduid” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “http://forums.wheresgeorge.com/favicon.ico” because the scheme does not match. favicon.ico

Asked by owendombert 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 isonto elidlule

print.print_paper_width doesn't works

I have been trying to print the webpage as PDF. I am trying to change the page height and width, but this code is not working. When I manually enter the value of print.pr… (funda kabanzi)

I have been trying to print the webpage as PDF. I am trying to change the page height and width, but this code is not working. When I manually enter the value of print.print_paper_width and save in about:config it works. Can someone tell me whats wrong. This is what I am trying:


from selenium.webdriver.firefox.options import Options as FirefoxOptions from selenium import webdriver options = FirefoxOptions() options.add_argument("--headless") FFprofile = webdriver.FirefoxProfile() FFprofile.set_preference('print.always_print_silent', True) FFprofile.set_preference('print.print_to_file', True)

FFprofile.set_preference('print.print_paper_width', '3.7')

FFprofile.set_preference('print.print_to_filename', 'filepath')

driver = webdriver.Firefox(FFprofile,options=options) driver.get('filepath') driver.execute_script("window.print()")

Asked by kishank1101 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by Jonathan Watt 1 isonto elidlule