• ciupicri
    firefox-56.0-5.fc25.x86_64 is using almost 100% CPU and about:performance is useless. Any idea on how to figure out which page is using so much CPU?
  • Caspy7
    ciupicri: when you say about:performance is useless, do you mean that it's not showing any tab or tabs as using high CPU?
  • ciupicri
    Caspy7: yes
  • ciupicri
    everything is ok according to it
  • Caspy7
    ciupicri: the issue may be an addon. Try starting with addons disabled (under Help)
  • ciupicri
    well except "about:performance" itself :-)))
  • ciupicri
    no extensions, no plugins
  • azaki
    mib: i don't suppose you're the same person as "mib_muchconcern" which just quit a little while ago, are you?
  • ciupicri
    Caspy7: so, any idea?
  • katnip
  • katnip
    interesting
  • Caspy7
    ciupicri: not immediately. You no addons installed at all, yes?
  • ciupicri
    yes, no addons
  • Caspy7
    ciupicri: what OS are you on?
  • ciupicri
    Linux - Fedora 25, I thought it was obvious from my first statement.
  • azaki
    fedora 26 has been out for awhile now =o
  • azaki
    in fact, 27 should be releasing soon.
  • azaki
    (looks like 27 is coming out on november 7th)
  • ciupicri
    indeed, but I'm running an up 2 date system nevertheless
  • Caspy7
    ciupicri: did you get this build from your distro or from Mozilla's website? If the former, please test in a Moz build. I've seen a lot of problems that will happen in the custom distro builds (such as high CPU)
  • ciupicri
    Caspy7: ok, I'll keep that in mind.
  • Caspy7
    it really won't surprise me if that resolves it
  • ciupicri
    I have some doubts, since the distro version works fine if I open only a couple of pages. But if I open lots (100+) including YouTube and Facebook all hell breaks loose or something like that.
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  • grahamperrin-M
    Auto Unload Tab, with which Firefox 57 will be incompatible, is excellent, close to faultless. I recommend it without hesitation. I edited my review.
  • grahamperrin-M
    The 57-compatible alternative to Auto Unload Tab has at least one showstopping bug/feature.
  • grahamperrin-M
    Another reason for a 1,000+ tabs user like me to not rush to Firefox 57.
  • ciupicri
    grahamperrin-M: still, I would love to know how's the idiot web designer who's eating all my CPU
  • grahamperrin-M
    ciupicri: I can suggest extensions that might help you to troubleshoot. First: what's the highest number of tabs that you're likely to have open at any time in the near future? More than, or less than, two hundred?
  • ciupicri
    More than 200 hundred. I used to have like 500+
  • grahamperrin-M
    OK. Tab Memory Usage <addons.mozilla.org/addon/tab-memory-usage> is good for measuring memory but for use with so many tabs, it would require careful configuration. If you enable it whilst so many are open you'll probably find the browser unresponsive for a while, and so on. I have it installed, but disabled …
  • ciupicri
    I have enough memory, I have 32GBs of RAM.
  • ciupicri
    the problem is the CPU.
  • grahamperrin-M
    Yeah. Just working around to that, bear with me, I might have something.
  • » grahamperrin-M re-enables Performance Reporter addons.mozilla.org/addon/performance-reporter
  • » grahamperrin-M re-enables Task Manager addons.mozilla.org/addon/task-manager
  • grahamperrin-M
    One of those is comparable to `about:performance`
  • grahamperrin-M
    ciupicri: have you tried forcing off multiprocess (e10s)?
  • ciupicri
    what's e10s?
  • ciupicri
    hmm it looks like I have some custom settings for e10s
  • grahamperrin-M
    OK, two or three things here.
  • grahamperrin-M
    Don't rush to change any apparent custom setting. Give me five.
  • grahamperrin-M
  • firebot
    Bug 1089917 — NEW, nobody⊙mozilla.org — Firefox is very slow with many tabs with heavy graphics
  • grahamperrin-M
    ciupicri: in `about:config` add a new boolean,
  • grahamperrin-M
    browser.tabs.remote.force-disable
  • grahamperrin-M
    make it `true`
  • grahamperrin-M
    then restart Firefox and use it as you normally would for a day or so.
  • ciupicri
    I have only 1/1 web content process
  • ciupicri
    already
  • grahamperrin-M
    Exactly, please apply the force. Disable the feature and then test without it.
  • ciupicri
    okey
  • ciupicri
    done
  • ciupicri
    so far so good, although I had JS disabled. Now time for some FB & YT.
  • ciupicri
    grahamperrin-M: it's late, so I'm going to bed, but I'll try to get back tomorrow and give you some feedback.
  • grahamperrin-M
    A day or so ago I'm almost certain that I had on screen a bug about e10s and startup. No mention of startup above but I need to relocate that bug.
  • grahamperrin-M
    ciupicri: I, too, should go to bed. 04:11 here in the UK!
  • ciupicri
    it's even later here in Romania - 6:11
  • grahamperrin-M
    Anyone, please: without using an extension, what's the definitive method of telling how many tabs are loaded?
  • Mardeg
    manually count them? about:performance lists them
  • grahamperrin-M
    Mardeg: good idea, I showed all then Control-F found seventeen matches for:
  • grahamperrin-M
    currently
  • grahamperrin-M
    Tab Tally shows twenty-seven loaded.
  • Mardeg
    well if you're gonna install extensions for it, install multiple ones and compare :P addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sum-tabs
  • » grahamperrin-M uses Extension Source Viewer addons.mozilla.org/addon/crxviewer at addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/tab-tally to glance at the the source
  • grahamperrin-M
    Mardeg: already done, thanks.
  • grahamperrin-M
  • Mardeg
    Timvde: you've been pinged!~
  • grahamperrin-M
    There was more to add to that report but the wrongness was so frequent that I uninstalled
  • grahamperrin-M
    😇
  • Caspy7
    grahamperrin-M: there is a way to get a quick count from individual windows
  • grahamperrin-M
    Caspy7: yeah I already have an extension enabled for that.
  • Caspy7
    grahamperrin-M: you asked for *without* an extension
  • Caspy7
    was just saying that's possible
  • grahamperrin-M
    Halo above was a typo. Or the tail of Pickle cat.
  • grahamperrin-M
    Timvde: was I with you in that conversation weeks or months ago and if so, did we kick the ball around re: a count of unloaded tabs?
  • Caspy7
    folks, Tim vde is marked away
  • kazuma
    hey so i have a weird issue with ebay.co.uk
  • kazuma
    then i click any link on the site
  • kazuma
    it does not load
  • kazuma
    but if i then hit refresh
  • kazuma
    the link i cliked will now load
  • kazuma
    it's very annoying and only happens on ebay
  • Caspy7
    kazuma: I seem to recall this is a uBlock thing...You've got ublock?
  • kazuma
    yes
  • kazuma
    i tried disabling it on ebay though but the issue is still happening
  • Caspy7
    try going to uBlock Dashboard/prefs and go to filters and purge all caches and update
  • Caspy7
    kazuma: I don't remember if the best steps have been found, but you may try disabling it and restarting...I believe uninstalling and reinstalling it does do the trick
  • Caspy7
    I want to say the developer indicated this is actually a conflict when some legacy addons actually interfere with the webextension version of uBlock
  • Caspy7
    sidenote, I'll be glad when "uBlock" is no longer available on the addons site so we don't have to keep typing out all of "ublock origin" to keep things clear
  • kazuma
    :( problem persists after purge cache + update
  • kazuma
    thanks for trying Caspy7
  • Caspy7
    kazuma: I was just trying to potentially mitigate it without more extreme measures, please do the other steps I wrote
  • Caspy7
    may need to uninstall and reinstall
  • kazuma
    is their a better alternative to ublock
  • Caspy7
    for whatever dumb reason
  • kazuma
    yeah ok
  • kazuma
    will try that now
  • Caspy7
    no, I'd say not
  • Caspy7
    uBlock Origin is pretty well the best for now
  • kazuma
    heh ok, with it uninstalled ebay is working fine
  • kazuma
    lets see what happens when i reinstall
  • Caspy7
    kazuma: sorry, I'm pretty tired atm. It's possible the dev said that the main issue was just conflicting with some legacy addons. I think I solved it, on my neighbor's computer, by doing a refresh, but not reinstalling the other legacy addon that he had
  • kazuma
    don't apologise
  • kazuma
    you helped me identify the issue :)
  • Caspy7
    kazuma: adblock Plus is not better, but will work if you don't want to have to sort through your legacy addons. However, keep in mind that you want to look for some alternative to them (though some may be porting currently) as legacy addons will be going away soon.
  • Caspy7
    maybe you can find the offender and you don't need it as much or can find an alternative
  • Caspy7
    ̆¯\_(ツ)_/¯̆
  • grahamperrin-M
    Caspy7 (if you're not too tired): is mHeaderControl addons.mozilla.org/addon/mheadercontrol vaguely comparable to uBlock? I haven't got my head around the latter, it's probably overkill for my needs.
  • Caspy7
    no
  • Caspy7
    ublock is a content blocker, Adblock plus is closer to it
  • grahamperrin-M
    Thanks.
  • Caspy7
    But I'd only recommend ABP as an alternative in this case, where it's a temporary workaround
  • maxtothemax
    hey, if I get the unresponsive script warning, and I check the "never ask me again" checkbox, is that just for that one script or is it for any script ever? I've always been afraid to check that box for that reason
  • maxtothemax
    also, why are built-in scripts like tabbrowser.xml being stopped by it? seems like if you stopped that script you'd break the whole browser?
  • Lunatrius
    Is the title/tab bar supposed to no longer be dark when using the dark theme?
  • Lunatrius
    What is used to look like: puu.sh/xViQY/db16f8b827.png and what it looks like now: puu.sh/xViRe/042006b4bd.png
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  • elstellino
    good morning, is this a bad place for a feature request?
  • Cork
    isn't going to change much, this is the community irc channel
  • Cork
    you can vent it if you like, but don't expect it to change anything
  • sam113101
    guys
  • amitprakash
    Hi, can I manually delete entries from moz_places w/o harming ff?
  • amitprakash
    Specifically, I wish to delete entries where visit count < threshhold
  • amitprakash
    Doing this via Library takes forever
  • azaki
    man restoring sessions nowadays feels like playing russian roulette. occasionally i'll get a weird error with "gpu process may have died" or whatever. =o
  • azaki
    but what's odd is i don't know if linux has the gpu process yet.. so eh..
  • azaki
    uh...
  • azaki
    ok, i may have found a really weird bug in firefox beta. when you "view video" for embedded html5 vids, the player controls are really messed up.
  • azaki
    i'm on linux. =o
  • azaki
    if this happens for other people it should be easy to reproduce
  • azaki
    just find an html5 video and rightclick, and click "view video"
  • DuClare_
    Can you help me find an html5 video azaki?
  • elstellino
    ok, thanks Cork
  • DuClare_
    What feature?
  • elstellino
    having the chance to close tabs from the list that appears clicking on the top left hand side arrow. Now it just appears a context menu to customize the toolbar, which to my eyes is rather useless
  • elstellino
    right clicking
  • elstellino
    having instead the context menu for tabs, with reload, bookmark close etc.
  • DuClare_
    elstellino: That sounds like a very sensible idea to me. Check out bugzilla.mozilla.org .. maybe someone already filed a feature request, but if not, you could file one
  • elstellino
    ok, later, thank you
  • azaki
  • azaki
    this is the one i initially confirmed the problem on.
  • azaki
    the controls show up in a weird layout at the top left-ish.
  • azaki
    it almost looks like the player widget is missing a css stylesheet or something..
  • DuClare_
    azaki: It's ok on nightly
  • DuClare_
    Grabbing beta..
  • DuClare_
    It's fine on beta too
  • mac
    what is channel of firefox for Android ?
  • sudoreboot-M
    Hi there. How can I get the urlbar to stop automatically selecting the top suggestion when I type something? It's infuriating if I type "elm" and the top suggestion is "elm-world" and hitting enter chooses that instead
  • sudoreboot-M
    I've tried tweaking several different config variables relating to autofill, suggestions, completion, etc
  • sudoreboot-M
    Admittedly, none of them seem to have any effect at all.. do I need to restart the browser?
  • RobotWizard
    Hey guys...in the 'about' section of my firefox, I see that it says I am on the Aurora update channel. I also saw a news item dated apr 2017 that the aurora channel will stop receiving updates; but I am still getting updates. Can someone clarify this for me Please?
  • auscompgeek
    the aurora channel is developer edition
  • gelswip
    the beta and aurora channels have somewhat merged, but both are still alive
  • arai
    aurora channel is alive. the codebase is same as beta, but the build configuration is different
  • RobotWizard
    ok
  • justdave
    I'm on a MacBook Pro running High Sierra. Fresh OS install. Tried to install Firefox on it and when launching it I get "Profile Missing: Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible."
  • justdave
    All of the support topics on it talk about deleting or creating a new profile
  • justdave
    But there is no profile to delete because it's a fresh install
  • justdave
    And I still get the same error if I try to launch it in Profile Manager mode
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  • vktec
    This the right place for questions about FF 57 Beta?
  • philipp
    sure
  • vktec
    Alright then. With Firefox 57 on Windows 10, occasionally my toolbar becomes unresponsive. The address bar (and associated buttons) is fine, but clicking on toolbar icons does nothing. The icons still get highlighted when hovered or clicked, but clicking them has no effect. Is this a bug? If so, where should I report it?
  • vktec
    It's fine after restarting Firefox
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  • Caspy7
    vktec: certainly doesn't sound right. The rub sometimes is being able to reproduce it. Like if we can make it happen in a fresh profile (or what contributes to it on your profile).
  • vktec
    Okay. I'll try starting up a clean profile and see what happens :)
  • federico_
    hi, I have a problem with ublock origin and firefox. for example when I go to ebay (but it happens random to other sites) when I search something nothing happen, I have to go on the tab and use "reload tab"
  • federico_
    the same in results page, when I click on a link nothing happen
  • federico_
    I have to disable it, but while it is running, I have to disable it from the addons page
  • Caspy7
    federico_: were you in here yesterday with this issue or was that someone else?
  • federico_
  • federico_
    but no solution to the issue
  • Caspy7
    federico_: as I recall, the cause is actually one or more legacy addons conflicting with the webextension version of uBlock
  • federico_
    Caspy7, I read about it, but it's some legacy addons that conflict or any legacy addons? because I have a few
  • Caspy7
    federico_: some.
  • Caspy7
    maybe just one
  • federico_
    it's a firefox bug?
  • Latitude777
    Caspy7: Is Facebook a blank page there, pal?
  • Caspy7
    no
  • Caspy7
    buddy
  • Caspy7
    federico_: honestly, I don't know. It's possible the legacy addon is overreaching to break the webextension. (Legacy addons can do about anything)
  • federico_
    Caspy7, just to find that the problem was ublock it was a a pain, now find which addons can cause with ublock this prolem it's hell
  • a-865
    facebook is nothing but white screen today. page source is loaded with head and scripts but nothing that looks like content. :-(
  • Caspy7
    a-865: you and Latitude777 are having the same issue, eh? I wonder if you share a similar attribute, like an addon
  • Caspy7
    what ad blocker do you use? (if you do)
  • Latitude777
    ublock origin
  • a-865
    no "ad blocker", only hosts file
  • Caspy7
    federico_: you can use a binary sort method. Split your addons in half into two groups, then disable one group, then the other. Find the offending group and do the same again to it. (I don't know if it will require a restart for each test)
  • federico_
    divide and conquer ? :)
  • Caspy7
    Latitude777: try disabling it temporarily and reload
  • Caspy7
    federico_: indeed. Hopefully in a more expedient way
  • federico_
    Caspy7, I can switch to another ad blocker for now (I like origin), but just to know if the issue is on firefox or origin, because on origin says it's firefox, on firefox seems ublock :)
  • federico_
    on origin github it's marked as browser bug
  • Caspy7
    federico_: it's honestly difficult for me to say. Perhaps it is a browser bug, has the ublock orgiin dev reported it? At this point, it may not really matter...
  • Caspy7
    federico_: with the next release of Firefox legacy addons will not work. So now's a good time to look for alternatives, there are several, though some addons may be in the process of porting
  • federico_
    Caspy7, ok but I see as legacy, "all in one gesture", "cookies manager+", "downthemall", "firephp", "greasemonkey", "restclient", just to give a list of some of them that I use and they are marked legacy. They seems important extension imho, not simple to find a replacement
  • Caspy7
    I'll provide some links...
  • federico_
    firestorage plus! too
  • federico_
    session manager (I don't know if I translated it correctly)
  • Caspy7
  • Caspy7
  • Caspy7
    the links I gave for "video download helper" I was thinking of a download manager actually
  • federico_
    well I noticed that firebug too, it's even disabled
  • federico_
    well I not a web developer, but really there is not a firebug replacement? it was very nice
  • Caspy7
    federico_: I believe the firebug dev now works with or for mozilla and most (all?) of its features are in the built-in devtools. Which I understand have improved greatly.
  • federico_
    Caspy7, that's nice
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  • a-865
    Caspy7: apparently FB can't be bothered to report when a FF version is no longer supported. Upgrade from 4590 to 5241 fixt it.
  • Caspy7
    a-865: why were you using 45? It has security vulnerabilities.
  • Caspy7
    Latitude777: is this your problem too?
  • Latitude777
    not anymore. it's up here.
  • Latitude777
    on-line again, i mean.
  • federico_
    looking at addons.firefox.org, how can I know if an extension is an old one or a new one?
  • Seburo
    federico_: Hi. The new ones should say that they are compatible with Firefox 57+
  • federico_
    Seburo, I see, but I cannot search just for them, right?
  • Seburo
    federico_: Yes, you can, let me dig out the instructions....
  • federico_
    Seburo, I think I found it, nvm
  • Seburo
  • Caspy7
    Looks like "AdBlock for Firefox" is probably gaining some numbers right now
  • a-865
    Caspy7: UI degradation caused by GTK3 among other things. e.d. scrollbar so narrow can hardly see it, much less hit it.
  • a-865
    Caspy7: can the scrollbar be made wide enough without installing yet another addon?
  • Caspy7
    a-865: pretty sure the scrollbar is controlled by GTK+3 settings.
  • a-865
    I don't use GTK3
  • a-865
    there are no settings for it
  • Caspy7
    maybe a linux user can provide additional insight
  • Caspy7
    I think GTK+3 is not a requirement, so thinking it's installed at some level, no?
  • Caspy7
    sorry *now* a requirement
  • Caspy7
    not "not"
  • a-865
    gtk3 libs are installed, but they provide no way to change settgins
  • Caspy7
    a-865: is there no way to install something to change the settings?
  • a-865
    not in KDE3 that I know of
  • a-865
    only GTK2
  • Caspy7
    maybe try and find someone with linux experience. I would think there's some sort of way or client, something that could let you change GTK3 settings
  • Caspy7
    a-865: if no one here chimes in, you may try #firefox on freenode too, lots of linux users there
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  • a-865
    Caspy7: ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2367933 is a nice summary of the problem, sans solution :-(
  • badnick
    this is funny(Fx 57 Beta vs PM 27.5.1): sendvid.com/9g4st5za
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  • marcoagpinto
    guys?!
  • marcoagpinto
    why manual download files are "56.0.1" and the search for updates says it is up to date?
  • marcoagpinto
    :)
  • philipp
    it's only an update to migrate 32bit windows user to 64bit and contains no other changes
  • marcoagpinto
    ohhhhhhhhhh
  • marcoagpinto
    :)
  • marcoagpinto
    thanks
  • therube_agone
    mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/56.0.1/releasenotes, so the "fixed" item is only a "soft" block, in a configuration file, & not a change in the program code itself?
  • The_8472
    therube_agone, look at the linked bug. it's a code patch to detect the issue
  • kbrosnan
    therube_agone: it is a change that allows the 32-bit to 64-bit migration of users on Windows
  • Iarfen
    hi!
  • RIch246
    Hello, how do I delete emails from the auto fill?... It's not in my saved passwords
  • RIch246
    help!
  • firebot
    RIch246: Welcome to #firefox! Just ask your question and someone should be with you shortly. If you don't get an answer after a while, you can try taking a look through the support site: support.mozilla.org
  • Mossop
    RIch246: Select the item from the autofill list with the keyboard then press the delete key
  • RIch246
    Where is the auto fill list?
  • Mossop
    The one that pops up and shows the thing you want to delete
  • RIch246
    Also, I mean remove forever... not just from the selection
  • Mossop
    Yes
  • Caspy7
    yes
  • Caspy7
    use the down arrow key to highlight it then hit delete
  • RIch246
    Anyway without doing that?
  • Caspy7
    using brain power perhaps?
  • RIch246
    What about clearing my cache?
  • Caspy7
    RIch246: you want to clear *all* of them?
  • vktec
    Why don't you want to use that method?
  • RIch246
    All of one email, yes
  • RIch246
    It shows up on some sites and not others
  • RIch246
    It's my ex'a email :P
  • Caspy7
    no, I can give you instructions on clearing all form data history, but don't know that I have anything for search and destroy on just one
  • RIch246
    So I can just nuke all auto fill emails?
  • Caspy7
    yes, all form history
  • kbrosnan
    no, it would be all form history
  • RIch246
    How would I go about doing that?
  • Mossop
    Not just emails
  • Caspy7
    ^
  • RIch246
    Does that sync across devices?
  • Tyler
    RIch246: go to settings, then Privacy and Security, then "Saved Addresses"
  • Caspy7
  • Tyler
    you can delete them there
  • Tyler
    Caspy7: I think rich is talking about the new form auto fill feature, which is different
  • Caspy7
    RIch246: what version of Firefox are you on?
  • RIch246
    Latest stable
  • RIch246
    56 I think?
  • Caspy7
    Tyler: I don't think that's on 56. I can see it on 57, but not 56
  • Tyler
    Caspy7: we are running a shield study, enabling for some folks on 56
  • Tyler
    so possible they are seeing it
  • Caspy7
    ok
  • Tyler
    (It may be the old system as well, just offering it as another option)
  • RIch246
    prntscr.com/gw8p8r Not the email I want deleted... but that's what I see if it helps
  • RIch246
    prntscr.com/gw8q24 Another example.... But again not the email I want deleted
  • Caspy7
    RIch246: ok, if using the down arrow and hitting the delete button does not get rid of that, please follow Ty ler's instructions
  • RIch246
    Nothing under security for that option
  • RIch246
    Can I just nuke all my stuff besides the saved passwords?
  • Caspy7
    RIch246: did you follow the link I gave you earlier? That should make it apparent (yes)
  • RIch246
    Form and search history?.... would that surfice?
  • Caspy7
    RIch246: I believe so. As long as you understand...well, that's going to include your forms history as well as the search history (from the search box)
  • RIch246
    What is site preferences?
  • a-865
    Caspy7: found clue in patch to fix bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=377008 but it's only per-user, global method yet to be found. settings are min-widths for selectors scrollbar trough and scrollbar slider
  • Gizmokid2005
    Interesting. Firefox Screenshots doesn't handle zooming correctly. The drawn box doesn't resize properly with the page and subsequently it tries to rescale the image back when it's saved/uploaded yet retains the zoomed in text so it's unreadable.
  • Gizmokid2005
    These two are of roughly the same part of the same page (within a few pixels either way) you can see the wonderful facebook bar: screenshots.firefox.com/XYVI938hbIz1oHSX/www.facebook.com And after a 60% zoom to encompass the whole area without the navbar: screenshots.firefox.com/bnixaWbMfGjiwniY/www.facebook.com
  • ciupicri
    grahamperrin-M: single process Firefox isn't much better
  • Caspy7
    Gizmokid2005: might also bring this up in #screenshots
  • Gizmokid2005
    Caspy7: Thanks. Will send this over there now. :)
  • ciupicri
    how can I make the new (empty) tab a blank page i.e. when I pass Ctrl-T to get a blank page?
  • arai
    on which version?
  • ciupicri
    firefox-56.0-5.fc25.x86_64
  • arai
    what do you see now?
  • arai
    instead of blank?
  • arai
    (I'm not sure what's shown on distro package
  • Caspy7
    ciupicri: click the gear icon on the upper right to customize it
  • ciupicri
    Caspy7: lol, that was easy; thanks
  • Caspy7
    np
  • firebot
    Just appeared in Planet Mozilla - planet.mozilla.org :
  • firebot
    Firefox Nightly: These Weeks in Firefox: Issue 25
  • firebot
  • mikeg3
    Got major bookmarks problem in Firefox (lost them all). Is there any way to find out where they went easily?
  • ciupicri
    mikeg3: bookmarkbackups in the profile directory, perhaps?
  • mikeg3
    consulted this article support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/recover-lost-or-missing-bookmarks, but problem is person I was helping actually had two instances of Firefox, and I deleted them both before making a bookmarks backup
  • ciupicri
    I have no other idea unfortunately :-( maybe a filesystem level recovery of the files...
  • Caspy7
    mikeg3: what do you mean by "I deleted both" both what? You're certain the data got deleted?
  • Caspy7
    or maybe just Firefox