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This is by design. Mozilla is supporting a Humble Bundle promotion right now. Someone asked this question on the Mozilla support forums and received the following response: That Click Me game is part of the Humble Mozilla Bundle promotion on the default Home Page [about:home], that loads from the Mozilla servers in the "Brand Logo" (DIV) section of ...


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This should work: * { background-color: red !important; -moz-appearance: none !important; } Tested this on Firefox 26.0 - menus, URL bar, About dialog, etc., all show up in red. I hope you choose a 'better' color than red. The above change will make everything red - except for content area.


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Use the -new-window or -new-tab command line options: firefox -new-window 'http://www.google.com' firefox -new-tab 'http://www.google.com' See Firefox command line arguments


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NOOP is the No Operation command. It's used as a keep-alive kind of heartbeat. You might be able to find some settings in your client regarding a keep-alive or maintain connection, etc.


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This feature of adding a link of the URL from where it was copied, at the end of copy-pasted content is achieved through a JavaScript (typically using a service like Tynt Insight) so by disabling the specific external JavaScript file that contains code implementing this annoying feature using an add-on or any JavaScript from running after the page loads, you ...


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Depends, there are several ways. http://askubuntu.com/questions/8664/how-to-get-numpad-out-of-mouse-emulation-mode or you could use xdotool http://www.semicomplete.com/projects/xdotool/xdotool.xhtml#mouse_commands


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Set browser.download.manager.alertOnEXEOpen to false in about:config. This fixed the constant EXE warning for me.


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I had the same need like you : running many instances of firefox on the same machine. Basically, when you run an instance of firefox, there is a folder .mozilla in your $HOME is created ( if it is not existed yet). You can use the multi-profile solution if you want, as iglvzx mentioned above. So all user's profiles live in that .mozilla ...


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Tab Ahead looks like the holy grail. Takie it for a spin - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-ahead/naoajjeoiblmpegfelhkapanmmaaghmi?hl=en


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This problem has been Reported to Mozilla in their support forum. The reason is that Firefox 33 has fully switched to libPKIX that is more stricter and you can no longer disable this library and fall back to the previous NSS code. See bug 975229 - Remove NSS-based certificate verification, and related Mozilla blog post. It appears that they will not ...


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I had the same issue with Webmin and firefox 33. When I looked at the SSL certificate that Webmin was using, I found that it was using a 512 bit key! This must have been the default key size when I installed Webmin a couple of years ago. Firefox 33 no longer supports keys less than 1024 bits (with good reason). See site compatibility You can fix this ...


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Regarding your query please be informed that the same issue reported is bugzilla and fixed. Please try upgrading the instance and check. To upgrade click alt and it will list menu bar from help try upgrading the instance to latest version and check https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1065998#c33


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You can try Adblock Edge instead of Adblock Plus. Adblock Edge is a fork of the Adblock Plus version 2.1.2 extension for blocking advertisements on the web. This fork will provide the same features as Adblock Plus 2.X and higher but without "acceptable ads" feature. See Adblock Plus for more information regarding acceptible ads



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