I have turned on this DoH (DNS over HTTPS) thing in Firefox for the last several weeks.Continue reading post "#2543"
Quite a latent Firefox bug this weekend. All extensions were disabled for all Firefox users at a specific time because of an expired certificate.Continue reading post "#2318"
Apparently, Amazon video no longer works with Firefox ESR (60.4).Continue reading post "#2193"
I’ve been noticing a problem in Firefox for a while now where the tab key will suddenly stop moving focus to links on the page.Continue reading post "#2144"
Firefox finally forced me to upgrade from version 52 ESR.Continue reading post "#2095"
With a little over 24 hours left on my mobile date period, I went over my 5GB limit.Continue reading post "#1991"
Well, Firefox forced my hand by upgrading even though I had “Never check for updates” checked. So I now have Firefox ESR installed.Continue reading post "#1675"
The recent release of Firefox 57 is pretty nice in many ways, but the loss of certain extensions is probably going to keep my primary browser from upgrading until they’re updated or suitable replacements are found.Continue reading post "Firefox 57 and Tab Groups: downgrading to ESR for now"
Once again had to recover some of my Firefox tabs after an update (this happened before). I haven’t reduced my tab count since last time as planned (currently at 570). Gonna have to work on that. I think having so many makes Firefox more unstable and slow.
After a recent OS and Firefox update, I found myself with a window with 120+ empty tabs in place of several hundred non-empty tabs that I’ve built up over the years. I thought they were gone. Luckily, the Tab Groups plugin that I use (formerly built into the browser) automatically backs up the tabs when it is updated, which had happened 6 days before. I was able to recover 465 tabs. Yes, I have a tab problem. I find articles daily, and often don’t have the time to read through them right away, so I save them. I leave open pages I find in searching for solutions to problems I’m not yet ready to solve. I’m trying to read through or bookmark tabs over time, but I think I’m adding faster than subtracting. I must say, Firefox was super fast with 465 less tabs, and I would feel less scattered if I got them under control, so I will try to put more effort into reduction. I think a better bookmarking system would help a lot with that.