I've just started a class to learn automation testing via Selenium. I'm using Firefox 61.0.2 (64-bit) I'm noticing a possible bug; not something major, but something that prevents efficiency: When attempting to load a saved project into the IDE via Open Project or through drag-and-drop, it does not load. Usually this requires closing/reopening the IDE and both methods to open a previous project will then load correctly. 1) My question in reference to this: has anyone experienced this, is it a known bug, and is it a good idea to simply revert to an earlier version of Firefox to remedy …

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We have a flex project which called from browser by using a swf file. After flash update the swf file is disabled. Here are the list of flash versions and browsers that we used in windows 7 OS. * Installed Firefox 56.0 - NPAPI 25.0.0.170 version in Firefox . - Issue exist * Installed Firefox 56.0 - NPAPI 25.0.0.127 version in Firefox . - Working Fine * Installed Firefox 56.0 - NPAPI 24.0.0.221 version in Firefox . - Working Fine * Installed Firefox 56.0 - NPAPI 24.0.0.194 version in Firefox . - Issue exist. * Installed Chrome 61.0.3163.100 - PPAPI …

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Has anyone used the Stylish extension for FireFox ? I can't get a style to effect an absolute URL and any and all pages within a absolute URL ?

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I'm using selenium with firefox to load a webpage. The page uses ajax to load new content on clicking the Display More Results button. However when I try to find this button and simulate a click, it gives the following Stacktrace error. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong ? **Here's my code:** from selenium import webdriver from selenium.webdriver.common.keys import Keys from selenium.webdriver.support.ui import WebDriverWait driver = webdriver.Firefox() driver.get("http://dir.indiamart.com/search.mp?ss=plastic+machinery") try: elem = elem = WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(lambda driver : driver.find_element_by_id('scroll2')) elem.click() print "clicked" except Exception as e: print e driver.close() **Here's the error I'm getting:** Message: Stacktrace: at FirefoxDriver.prototype.findElementInternal_ (file:///tmp/tmpAQcOR7/extensions/fxdriver@googlecode.com/components/driver-component.js:10770) …

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I use firefox from Linux and Firefox keeps dropping my downloads, I don't know if this issue is specific to the Linux version or not. Is anyone else having this problem? Also, I looked through the settings but I don't see an option to limit the number of downloads that run at one time, does anyone know if this is poissible? Thanks.

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Anyone experiencing any issues with FireFox 43.0.3 and the revised JsFiddle; whereas with Chrome a simple "run" will update the fiddle whereas FireFox you must refresh the page ?

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[COLOR="green"](This is pretty much just a guide I made to help people solve this seemingly common problem that no one seems to know how to fix)[/COLOR] [COLOR="green"](I put this little bit of info so you can relate your problem to mine and determine if your problem is being caused by what mine was)[/COLOR] Okay so about two weeks ago my sister called me complaining about how her laptop would not browse the internet after she updated firefox to the lastest version. I took on the challenge of fixing it, thinking that it would be something stupid like firefox was set …

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Have you guys ever met process so stubborn? It wouldn't close, no matter which tools/programs/commands you might use regardless elevation? Talking about Windows and Firefox. This is kind of story that made me irritate, get mad and laugh like an idiot at the end. It goes like this: I go on in my Skype, suddenly, Skype slows down, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, VirtualBox, Skype, Windows Explorer stop responding. Within next literal 3 minutes I manage to get my hands on Task Manager seeing that Firefox ate up whole 2GB of RAM out of 3.8GB usable. First thing I do is clicking …

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Hi Has anyone of you having a problem opening firefox , google chrome and thunderbird since yesterday? coz almost all of our unit that is running in ubuntu and Zorin OS are experiencing the same bugs.. i already tried updating and upgrading the OS but still having the error and i also tried re installing the applications but im not getting any progress..

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It all started pretty well, with the announcement by Mozilla at the end of last month that the Firefox web browser would make the Internet a safer place by encrypting everything. That's everything, even those connections where the servers don't even support the HTTPS protocol. Developers of the Firefox browser have moved one step closer to an Internet that encrypts all the world's traffic with a new feature that can cryptographically protect connections even when servers don't support HTTPS. The 'Opportunistic Encryption' (OE) feature essentially acts as a bridge between non-compliant plaintext HTTP connections and fully compliant and secure HTTPS …

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Hey guys, so I'm creating this webapp that creates a QrCode based on informations given by the user, decodes QrCodes and creates a log. I would like some tips, like QrCodes, Image processing, Getting SubImages libraries and API's. I'm using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. This webapp will be able to Android, Firefox OS, Tizen OS, Windows Phone and iOS devices. Thanks bros

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Hi! Its been a while since i've been here but this place was always good to me before. Well my computer was really slow and 100% usage, i also noticed mysearchdial popup through firefox and i thought it was like an addon so i actually used that it silly me to log in to my email and facebook etc... i followed all the instructions in the guide and ran all the scans. The only problem i faced was that i coldnt generate a GMER log one for some reason despite trying a lot. anyways everything else worked and i can …

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Hi Everyone My website has a simple embedded mp3 player (start, pause, stop) which works fine in IE but I now realise it doesn't work in all the other browsers and that ActiveX is only for IE (it was a pain having to instruct visitors to allow ActiveX to run anyway). Is there a simple piece of code to use to embed an mp3 player (buttons etc) that works in IE, Firefox & Safari (and hopefully other browsers). I have the software to change the format of the audio if needs be. Thanks

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Howdy, How can I disable Javascript in Firefox (version 27 and 28) on Windows ? There is no checkbox on the Content tab as I read on other forums ! Regards from Begueradj

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Hi The code below inserts data into a mysql db, for some weird reason IE inserts it 2 times and firefox just once. It should only insert it once. $KOSoep = $_POST['KOsoep']; $KOHoofdgerecht = $_POST['KOhoofdgerecht']; $KODessert = $_POST['KOdessert']; //insert query kinderopvang $insert_kinderopvang="INSERT INTO `menukinderopvang` ( `datum` , `soep` , `hoofdgerecht`,`dessert` ) VALUES ($Datum','$KOSoep','$KOHoofdgerecht','$KODessert')"; mysql_query($insert_kinderopvang); I searched my code and I use only once `mysql_query($insert_kinderopvang); ` Thanks in advance.

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Hi All, I have a ajax call in script like below - function testMe() { $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "http://3.84.46.104/tloken/test/testAjax.php", // data: "ajax=1&elem=" + elem+"&clicker="+clicker, data: "ajax=1", method: "POST", success: function (html) { alert(html+' >>'); return false; // var response = html.split('@'); // document.getElementById(elem).innerHTML = ""; document.getElementById('cmbxCategory').innerHTML = ""; document.getElementById('cmbxType').innerHTML = ""; document.getElementById('cmbxProvider').innerHTML = ""; //alert(response[0]+' >>'+response[1]+'>>'+response[2]); // $('#'+elem).prepend(html.responseText); $('#cmbxCategory').prepend(response[0]); $('#cmbxType').prepend(response[1]); $('#cmbxProvider').prepend(response[2]); // return false; }, error: function(request, error){ console.log(arguments); alert('>>'+arguments); // return false; } }); return false; } this testMe() is called on click of a button - <button class="btn" id="1u" onClick="testMe(this.id, 1, 'cmbxCategory');">U</button> And my testAjax.php page contains …

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Hi! I'm usually on Firefox, windows 7 64 bit, fujitsu lifebook, run adblocker on FF and I get these weird tabs that just open right in front of my eyes sometimes that say "hope", "patience" etc. and have a kind of colored border, nothing on the tab, just the tab title. This is really starting to piss me off. I figured it was just some millenial adding a "Zen" approach to FF but I want to bazooka it outta my computer. I use BitDefender, run Malware Bytes full scan regularly and run microsoft malicious removal tool. I can't find this …

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This is my code it will work on IE alone.. i want print the content in the firefox and chorme too ... anyone one can favour me <html> <head> <title>Example Report</title> <script type="text/javascript"> function printIframe(printf){ var clone=document.documentElement.cloneNode(true); var win=window.open('printf'); win.document.replaceChild(clone, win.document.documentElement); win.print(); } </script> </head> <body> <p>Hi! This is IFrame Test 33</p> <iframe width="1024" height="900" id="printf" name="printf" src="story.html"></iframe> <a href="javascript:window.print()">Print</a> </body> </html>

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The following PHP code works fine with javascript in Internet Explorer but fails in Firefox. Javascript is enabled in Firefox. It appears that when the button/icon is clicked, it enters the javascript function, but doesn't change the icon on the page. It also seems to return to the PHP code/page incorrectly. The PHP code/page was entered with a parameter (http://www.PRCmembership_admin.php?PRCma=payment). When it apparently returns from javascript, the ?PRCma=payment is missing. PHP Code: $mt_deleteicon_name = "mt_deleteicon" . $tranrec; //Unique name associated with a mysql record $mt_deleteimage_name = "mt_deleteimage" . $tranrec; // Ditto for icon image $mt_delete_name = "mt_delete" . $tranrec; // …

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Hello, For some testing purpose , I want to downgrade my PC's Firefox from 25 to 22. How can I do that? **OS: Ubuntu** Is it simply like uninstall firefox 25 and install 22? Please give me refer link of download Firefox 22. is there command in Ubuntu to dowmload Firefox 22 directly,(which I may have missed)?

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im writing a firefox addon to append signatures to posts in cplusplus.com, but im having a little trouble, as it has been a long time since i wrote in javascript. right now i just want it to verify that i am in fact on the c++ forums and if it is dynamically load an alert, but its not working (ie no matter what regex i try it will only load for every site or for no site). here is my code: require("sdk/tabs").on("ready", CatchURL); function CatchURL(tab) { if(IsCorrectSite(tab)){ tab.attach({ contentScript: "alert(\"" + tab.url + "\");" }); } } function IsCorrectSite(tab) { …

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Maybe this is on the site already, but I'm going to ask directly. How do you guys/gals test your scripts or websites on all browsers for compatibilty. I'm new to this and would like to know. For the most part I've found that Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera do alright. But Internet Explorer is a pain in my neck sometimes. How do you test your code for older IE browsers?

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Your web browser provides a window onto the Internet, but unless you are timely in updating the client you use then, say researchers with security vendor Kaspersky Lab,that window may be cracked and allow a draft of insecurity to blow through into your network, your computer and your data. ![firefoxversions](/attachments/small/0/firefoxversions.jpg "align-right") With the majority of online threats coming from the direction of the web, vulnerabilities in web browser clients are increasingly being used in order to infect networks and compromise data integrity. It's why the so called 'zero-day' exploits are so valuable within the cybercriminal community. While zero-days are hard, …

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Hi all; a very strange request maybe, I am looking for a way to override the internal error within Firefox that displays the grey box and the text no video with supported format I am aware I can add extra videos to cover me and the browser will run through the stack, but I want to display a picture of Google Chrome and a link the download link in the attempt the urge people to jump ship (umm how nasty of me!) I have inculded the code below if you want to observe the error as I said the 'does …

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The line ‘free crypto browser extension for Firefox’ contains six of my favorite words within its seven-word construction, which is not bad going. In case you were wondering, for is the word that doesn’t float my boat, although others such as complexity, ‘key management’ and PGP which usually rub me up the wrong way when talking about client side encryption are noticeably absent. That is because [URL="http://www.freenigma.com"]Freenigma [/URL]has no place for them in its lexicon. Simply put, it is a free extension offering encryption for your webmail account when accessed via the Firefox browser and which works with Gmail, Hotmail …

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I find that my website get weird when I use Firefox open it, but it display well under IE8, the buttonesubmit is moved to bottomfooter, can anyone help me improve the code below. thank you. <form action="contact.php" method="post" name="formplace" target="_blank" class="email" id="formplace" onsubmit="MM_validateForm('firstname','','R','lastname','','R','emailaddress','','NisEmail','comments','','R');return document.MM_returnValue"> <p>pls contact us by following address:<br /> <br /> Guangzhou <p> You could also fill in below form and send it to us. we will get back to you as soon as possible.<br /> <br /> First Name: &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <label for="firstname"></label> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <input type="text" name="firstname" id="firstname" /> <br /> <br /> Lsat Name: <label for="lastname"></label> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; …

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I'm in need of help please. my customer wants this site done buy tomorrow and it was almost finished. until i did something stupid. the problem is that i dont know what. My site is working fine on mobile phones and in Firefox.. but for some reason it will no longer show up in EI. Ive been google all day and have been at it for hours trying to debug. Im sure its something stupid. PLEASE HELP its [Click Here](http://www.martezwarrenministries.org)

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Firefox can finally orient itself, at least in terms of iPhones and MacBooks. Mozilla's latest browser, [url=https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Firefox_3.6_for_developers]Firefox 3.6 beta 1[/url], can now talk to accelerometers such as those in many Apple devices, thanks to [url=https://developer.mozilla.org/Special:Search?search=accelerometer&type=fulltext&go=Search]orientation event objects[/url] introduced in the new Gecko 1.9.2 presentation engine at the browser's core. Also among DOM enhancements are drag-and-drop for file transfer and the ability for Web workers to self-terminate. And that's just the beginning. The [url=http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-beta.html]download of Firefox 3.6 beta 1[/url] for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows contains thousands of [url=https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?query_format=advanced&product=Core&product=Firefox&product=NSPR&product=NSS&product=Toolkit&keywords_type=nowords&keywords=fixed1.9.1,+verified1.9.1&resolution=FIXED&chfieldfrom=2008-12-01&chfieldto=Now&chfield=resolution&chfieldvalue=FIXED]bug fixes[/url], including numerous repairs to CSS image rendering and text alignment. …

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Hey there everyone, i am having difficulties trying to code my css file so that it correctly displays my website in Firefox and Internet Explorer as intended. I have validated both my html and css yet that still hasnt resolved alongwith identifing the charset in different areas within the head of the html file. My webiste is http://www.vaguelines.com to understand what i am talking about. Can anyone walk me through what I need to do to get a solution? Any help would be much appreciated as this is slowly giving me a headahce. Thanks alot

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I having been working on java web-start applet for serial communication which I now need to integrate and make it invoke able from an ASP .NET webpage / application. I have tried numerous ways of doing this which all have not yielded anything progressive. including but not limited to the jws deployment script and the ASP applet tag. The applet is signed, and will be deployed in a secure zone. I just need it to work on IE (for now), further cross browser compatibility will be developed as time goes by. using a simple static HTML page, the browser can …

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