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Lester Wilson 3 years ago • updated by nimbusweb 2 years ago 4
Firefox latest update of browser is lock-in up and dials are trying to load up.
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DavidSK 1 week ago • updated 1 week ago 7

FVD SpeedDial started to behave arbitrarily and seems to open up pages that it is currently refreshing in the background of the browser (Firefox). The page even pops up in Mac OS Firefox for a few seconds, which makes SpeedDial unable to be used as it takes over the control. When you click the Firefox icon from the Mac Dock/Win Task Manager, you will see that each time a new browser tab opens in the background. This issue would need an immediate fix.

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Dunkan Yaroslav 5 months ago 0
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Dbelleman 1 week ago 0

Well it updated and here we are again. Move a tile and it goes back.

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WhiteWolfSix 1 week ago • updated 6 days ago 4

When I do Manual Sync of Speed Dial to set up Auto Sync it can not be completed neighter in Merge or Upload.

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youmy 7 months ago • updated by nimbusweb 7 months ago 1

hifflash video downloader work great for me ,

But it's start download and stop working.

How to fix flash video download Firefox android please

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adnan dizdarevic 3 years ago • updated by Gregory Robinson 3 years ago 2
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Fido Sent 3 years ago 0
Download status bar not appearing in Firefox. because of which not able to find how much of the video is downloaded or cannot keep track. Need pause and resume option..:)
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Jane Draisey 3 years ago • updated by nanciewanda 1 month ago 1
I am sure I had a similar Fast Dial organisation tab before with Firefox and it was organised alphabetically. This meant I always knew which part of the screen each tab could be found.

I find the currant Speed Dial tab organisation very irritating.
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Trip Wiggand 1 week ago 0

If you can roll back this is the fix in fire fox to force multi threading, and FVD speed dial worked great, this new one is awful.

follow these instructions

If you're using Firefox 48 or later, you might be using e10s already. Check about:support and look for a number higher than 0 in the "Multiprocess Windows" entry. If you would like to opt-in, open about:config and toggle browser.tabs.remote.autostart to true. On your next restart, e10s should be active.

If you've tried enabling e10s following the instruction above, but your about:support indicates that e10s is disabled (e.g., accessibility, add-ons can trigger this), you can force e10s on for testing purposes. Within about:config create a new boolean pref named browser.tabs.remote.force-enable and set it to true. This is not encouraged, use it at your own risk!

Link to Wiki  https://wiki.mozilla.org/Electrolysis