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OK, it seems to be a tad better after I reinstalled lastpass... (did process of elimination and found this)

can't understand why a password manager would make a site do that.. it's not like it alters CSS or anything.... o_O really confused about this.
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Another reason I prefer S10 (http://www.s10soft.com/passwordvault.htm) over LastPass, as it doesn't tie in with the browser in any way yet can still be used to login to Facebook, Overclock and so on.

The less addons you have, the better it is and the less things could screw up in WF or FF (or even Chrome for that matter). IE (despite its lack of speed and security holes and paranoid timers) is one of the most stable for loading sites, because there's less that could go wrong due to addons interfering in some way or form
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Anyone having trouble commenting or giving thumbs up on YouTube?

If so, I'd be very grateful if anyone could help me fix it. smile.gif

EDIT: Found out was wrong. Certain cookies weren't made as exceptions. redface.gif
Here's how I found out how to fix it if anyone else has this problem:

Edited by Samurai Batgirl - 3/26/14 at 4:21pm
 
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Is Waterfox 28 currently in development?
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So I just updated today to waterfox 27.0.2 and the whole damned thing is TOO BIG! And I don't mean just the page zoom level(which I tried to fix, so I don't have to zoom out each time I open a new tab, by modifiying the layout.css.devPixelsPerPx and didn't work) I mean the whole freaking program, toolbars and everything, they even look out of focus... check the screenshot below. Any way I can fix this please and return it to previous form(for me previous form was waterfox 16.0.1)?

Olso in my old waterfox when I searched for something using the waterfox start page it took me straight to google. Now it takes me to this ugly startpage.com thing. Can I make it take me to google again?

Thank you.

http://s8.postimg.org/ra1cb34c5/awefull_new_waterfox.jpg
Edited by VIKINGS - 3/28/14 at 6:33am
post #5676 of 7308
Huh! It's like your fonts got all screwed up. Try this.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/reset-firefox-easily-fix-most-problems

Where it says "Firefox" you can understand it to mean "Waterfox".
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Cool, thank you. What about the pages being too zoomed in and the waterfox start page?
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Originally Posted by VIKINGS View Post

Cool, thank you. What about the pages being too zoomed in and the waterfox start page?

Zoom issues:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/963009

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/963759

Start page:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/How%20to%20set%20the%20home%20page

Also, double-check that you have no malware or viruses that "hijack" the start page or at the very least screw it up.
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Gonna try one of those zoom addons and see how things work out, thank you.

As for the second part I don't think you understand exactly what I am asking, so let me try to clear it up.
When I press the Home button I want to be taken to the page in the screenshot below. But, when I enter a search term in it I want it to take me to google, like the old waterfox did.
If I try to enter a search term now it takes me to startpage.com. And if I go to waterfox>options>home page and put google in there then when I press the Home button it's gonna fire up google straight away, without first displaying the page in the screenshot below.
Did that make any sense or am I just confusing you more?

http://s2.postimg.org/ltjda2njt/Untitled.jpg
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Vikings,

There should be a drop-down arrow at the left side of the search box.

Click it and select manage search engines.

Select Google as the default.

Keep in mind that some add-ons and some mal-ware will force the system to use a different search engine.

Chas
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