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I have had the same problem in Chrome. You might prefer to click on the download to open it in your Archive Manager. Use open on your top left for previous downloads. To get the path, open the Downloads folder, or the folder you direct your downloads to.


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To me the problem occurs when I change the audio to HDMI after plug the cable and do not return to the notebook's sound card before removing the cable.


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On top of the accepted answer, on Ubuntu 14.10 (FF 36.0) to obtain the OK for the MSE & H.264 you should set this properties to true on about:config: media.fragmented-mp4.exposed=true media.fragmented-mp4.ffmpeg.enabled=true media.mediasource.mp4.enabled=true Here you can find more details


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Two weeks later. but i solved the problem :). If anyone faces the same problem, or similar. I deactivated the privative broadcom drivers and restarted ubuntu, apparently the default kernel drivers seems more useful in this case, i've been using the privative drivers for broadcom because the driver aplication in the system settings sugested me to upgrade to ...


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It also can be fixed just by typing "/usr/bin/firefox" instead of "firefox" in Preferred Applications


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Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Contents tab and click the Choose... button to see the preferred languages. You can remove Arabic or Move Down to make it less preferred. As you can see on the upper part of the window, this setting is for displaying web pages offered in more than one language. So it have nothing to do with browser language nor with any ...


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Summary: Firefox version 36 has removed the -remote option (see here). The emacs-lisp function browse-url-firefox uses this option on non-Windows systems. Changing the function to never use remote option solves the problem. What specifically you can do: browse-url-firefox is defined in the emacs-lisp associated with your version of emacs - for me: ...


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First, putting the subprofiles into complain mode. You can manually do this by adding flags=(complain) to the profile. eg. /usr/lib/firefox/firefox{,*[^s][^h]}//browser_java flags=(complain) { ... } Once that is done reload the profile. Now for at first pass at the rules you will need to add to /usr/lib/firefox/firefox{,*[^s][^h]}//browser_openjdk to ...


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It is from the flash I got 24Gb of RAM and got stuck with the same problem. I will try to find any solutions and come back with an answer for you ... any way for youtube is quite simple just switch to html5 player: Just visit this page https://www.youtube.com/html5 after you login to youtube and change your default player to html5 player.


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You can try adding the following rules to your ..../browser_openjdk child profile: owner /run/user/*/icedteaplugin-*/* r, /usr/bin/logger Pix, @{PROC}/@{pid}/cmdline r, owner /run/user/*/dconf/user rw, @{PROC}/sys/net/ipv4/ip_local_port_range r, owner @{HOME}/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini r, unix (send, receive, connect), I'd be a little concerned about ...


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If you still have firefox installed, and haven't uninstalled it, then you'll still receive updates. To start, open a terminal with CTRL + ALT + T. Your prompt should look something like this (names probably won't match: user@desktop:~$ Then, you should run the commands below in order. When it asks for a password, enter YOUR password. Nothing will appear ...


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That's probably a false positive. You can't do much about that, but you can circumvent it, by putting the document in a Zip archive using your favourite archive manager. Some malware scanners peek into archives too, in which case you need to encrypted your archive and send the password along with it.


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Inspired by Mozilla Firefox Bug 727422, comment 30, I found out that Firefox is currently (FF 36.0, Ubuntu 14.10 with LXDE) using the org.freedesktop.FileManager1-Interface on the Dbus session bus. As stated in the specification of this interface, Nautilus (also known as Files) is the only file manager that implements this interface. Therefore, Firefox will ...


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System-wide, on ThinkPads On IBM/Lenovo ThinkPads that have a Trackpoint (red mini-joystick dot in the middle of the keyboard), a similar mechanism can be configured system-wide. It is called "mouse wheel emulation". With this, pressing the middle mouse button and pushing the trackpoint in any direction will scroll up / down / left / right. To configure ...


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Because it's optional and not on by default as it may be too restrictive for the average user. Until more usage cases are known the profile cannot be "perfected". No mystery.


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"Grab and drag" extension for Firefox did the trick for me, allowing at least for scrolling without selecting text. Gestures, however, do not seem to work.


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Although similar, the pepper flash that comes with chrome is different than the one that is installed from the repos (adobe-flashplugin, or sth like that). I know there is a way to tell firefox to use chrome's but I've never looked into that so not sure if that is your case. Sadly when it comes to flash I think other than checking you are in the latest ...


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It seems we will be able disable this new feature via about:config in Firefox 36: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1088050 For now you can add this line: notification[value="keyword-uri-fixup"] { display: none !important; } to the userChrome.css inside the chrome subfolder of your Firefox profile folder. If userChrome.css doesn't exist there, ...


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Press CtrlShiftE to bring up a view of all tabs. Select desired tab from the ones shown


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Use Alt+ Numbers. For example, Alt+1 to go to the first page, Alt+6 to go to the 6th page, etc. But this shortcut works only when less than 9 tabs are opened. For managing a lot of tabs consider using Tabs Menu extension. Once it is installed you can go to menubar by pressing Alt+F10, and there will be tabs menu with the list of all opened tabs. See ...


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Alt + Num for direct access; and Ctrl+PgUp and Ctrl+PgDn to navigate sequentially through tabs.


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In chrome, type chrome:plugins in the address bar to open the Plug-ins page and on the Plug-ins page that appears, find the "Flash" listing. To enable Adobe Flash Player, click the Enable link under its name. To disable Adobe Flash Player completely, click the Disable link under its name. Source: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/108086?hl=en


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First of all make a copy backup from your BT5R3-GNOME-32.iso.part file, next: Rename your copied BT5R3-GNOME-32.iso.part file to BT5R3-GNOME-32.iso and switch to Downloads directory cd /home/ramvignesh/Downloads which is your downloaded BT5R3-GNOME-32.iso file (being renamed) is there, then try to resume it by the following wget command: wget -c ...


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For Firefox, I've made an addon which displays tab memory usage in the corresponding tab's title. Provides user with tab related stats and memory usage .. https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/tab-data/ Features How many tabs are currently open How many tabs have been opened during this Firefox session How many tabs have been opened since addon ...


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The problem arises from the opening brackets ( { and } ). The #include statement is already inside the main profile's declaration, so the brackets are not required. # Site-specific additions and overrides for usr.bin.firefox. # For more details, please see /etc/apparmor.d/local/README. # Allow gnome keyring integration to work dbus (send,receive) ...


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Well I checked a youtube video, that shows a procedure, and it worked perfect for me!. Now firefox is way faster that before, and more than that, is faster than chromium!. The procedure is basically the following: open a new tab in firefox and write "about:config". Enter. Press in "I'll be carefull, I promise", in order to get into the settings page. Once ...


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This appears to be a known bug. See: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/1160569 and https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=833117 If you have anything to contribute to that bug report (at a glance, the detail that it runs once and then doesn't again seems to be a new detail). According to the comments, one possible workaround that ...


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I have found a solution just download an app called (YouTube™ Flash® Player) from the firefox store It will automatically/force youtube to play with flash player not HTML5.


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The text on this page has no associated font. Therefore Firefox will substitute the default font that you set in the Options. However, the words C++ and Fortran are between italic tags. If there is an italic version of your default font installed on your system, Firefox will use that; otherwise, I guess Firefox gets confused. Thetefore, install an italic ...


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Delete pluginreg.dat in the profile folder. Instructions for finding this folder can be found at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-java-plugin-to-view-interactive-content.


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In Firefox 35 I can cycle through tabs by ctrl + tab and ctrl + shift + tab. ctrl + pgup/pgdown move the tab which is kinda cool for organization.


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This file is a PLUGIN of firefox (NOT an extension) and therefore it's stored under /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libgnome-shell-browser-plugin.so you may check that in a fully functional (gnome!) firefox by entering this in the adressbar of firefox: about:plugins then scroll down to "Gnome Shell Integration", where you'll find it's path. If the file is ...


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Sometimes the process ID will change, when you copy and paste it. So you have to kill Firefox in single instance. Try this script ps -aux | grep firefox | awk '{print $2}' | head -1 | xargs kill -9


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Have you tried killing the process with the System Monitor? In the Ubuntu Search, type "sys" and open System Monitor. Find firefox... select it, and click End Process. Hopefully this will kill the process for you and you'll be able to restart Firefox. I've been having a similar problem.


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On Fedora I was able to simply rename the 'firefox' directory, reinstall firefox and reimport my bookmarks. It is cleaner to remove the old directory if you prefer, but as they say if it works don't fix it.


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Does it occur only for firefox, then it must be firefox related issue. Or, did any update to any other software (excluding firefox)/or your Linux system cause this behavior? If yes, is your computer supporting additional languages (more than one)? If recent software update is not the issue, it is likely issue with your graphics card or drivers. In some ...


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Did you check this webpage : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Locale Maybe it will help you. What exactly is your browser.


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I got the same problem since I updated FF to ver 35. I'm using Elementary OS. I got it working by making "refresh firefox": https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/refresh-firefox-reset-add-ons-and-settings Aftert that, tried and it was working. Logged in to sync and after all addons were syncronized it keeps working Ok. I have done several shutdown to ...


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As you have two adapters for Wireless (one built-in and one USB) and they both are being active at the same time, you need to choose any one of those at a given time. As we have already marked the built-in adapter as unmanaged to get to the root of the problem by the following commands: echo -e '\n[keyfile]\nunmanaged-devices=mac:CC:52:AF:10:27:41' | sudo ...


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The Firefox webdriver failed with this message: "The browser appears to have exited before we could connect" Which means that selenium managed to find it. I also believe that beta versions can be the root cause as it works out of the box for me using the repo version. For Chromium, you have to install the following packages: sudo apt-get install ...


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Your DNS is telling your browser that its a website. I'm going to assume that you have the default DNS settings in place and you are using your ISP's DNS. The quick fix is to change your DNS to Google's public DNS Instructions found here I'll also include the steps for Ubuntu here In the System menu, click Preferences, then click Network Connections. ...


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The Firefox Developer Edition is available as part of Ubuntu Make: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install umake After that just run the Firefox installer as your user (don't use sudo in this case): umake web firefox-dev It will prompt you where to install Firefox, and then download it ...


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The Update Firefox thing only works if you download Firefox from https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/ and use that, as if Firefox is installed using the package manager by default it is only accessible by root (I think the updater works in Windowz due to a background running service/security flaws) - hence the note at the top of the article: "Note: ...


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No one can help you unless your question is clear.Try removing firefox by using software center and re install it.


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Boring answer. Until somebody else offers a better explanation, this is a case of hardware failure. I replaced the problematic keyboard and no more keycode 180 following a keycode 37. Curious thing, not in favor of hardware failure diagnostic, is that the same problematic keyboard don't generate the keycode 180 when CTRL is pressed on the other PC where I ...


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For me on Chrome, it was Dailymotion Video downloader with an ID of fjbeholgeggnndklobjgccindfdgbnld. It has since been removed from the store.


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It seemed as though Ubuntu 14.04 did not want to install the APT package from adobe with ubuntu software center. I uninstalled and installed/upgraded with synaptic and apt-get as well and got no joy. I was able to: sudo dpkg -i Downloads/adobe-flashplugin_11.2.202.442-0trusty1_i386.deb with the .deb referenced here previously and go 'round the problem and ...


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Open a terminal and execute the following commands: Install Flash Player for Firefox sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer Update Flash Player for Firefox sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Install Flash Player for Chromium sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree Resource : ...


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You can download and update it from Adobe website : http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ or download flash player 11.2.202.442 debian package : http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/canonical_partner/trusty/partner/base/adobe-flashplugin



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