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Indeed for the latest flash you will need chrome or chromium with pepperflashplugin-nonfree package (chrome and pepper flash are available for 64bit only). However firefox uses flash player which is old and it may have bad performance but it still gets some security updates so it can be considered secure enough. I always prefer chromium because I believe ...


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This option was actually removed in Firefox 43 because it caused this bug. But there are still the following options available through the about:config section: browser.cache.disk.enable (The disk cache is used in normal mode (non Private Browsing mode) and stores persistent data on the hard drive.) browser.cache.memory.enable (The memory cache is used in ...


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To be clear, Adobe absolutely patches security vulnerabilities in the Firefox Linux 11.2.202.x Flash releases. They just stopped releasing new features. Google's Linux version does both. That said, here's an excerpt from APSA16-01, the emergency Flash security advisory from April: A critical vulnerability (CVE-2016-1019) exists in Adobe Flash Player ...


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You can simply remove the locale packages: sudo apt-get purge firefox-locale-* This does not touch the core firefox package. I just tested it, Firefox launches perfectly fine after purging all locale packages. It has an English user interface preinstalled. I think it's the South African English locale, but not too sure about that - it's some English at ...


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You should install Firefox through the software center. Running it through wine is slow and not needed. Open the Software Center > Search for Firefox > Select Firefox > Install Firefox


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There doesn't seem to be a built-in method for doing that. But you can just drag and drop the page title from the tab to the Bookmarks Toolbar. source


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It's a Gmail "thing", not an Ubuntu "thing". Try a different browser or a different device (like a phone). Cookies only helps the browser to remember the password next time you log in. The correct password should work every time. Check the CapsLock key and the keyboard layout. If you're using other language than default english as keyboard language, the keys ...


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I think Firefox is more better then Chrome. So if you needed Flash you can try Chrome, but both for ethical and for features, primarily the security, Firefox has the first position for me! Which site require Flash? If you are talking about YouTube, you can watch it also without it!


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I have found the solution, at least for me: I only wanted a youtube client. mps-youtube works quite well for me.


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The best solution to tell Firefox that it should use the light theme instead of the dark is by specifying the GTK_THEME variable prior to launching. So, 4 ways you get for doing this.. 1- from terminal you can do: GTK_THEME=Adwaita:light firefox 2- if you hate the terminal and wanna close it once firefox works: GTK_THEME=Adwaita:light firefox & ...



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