Firefox has been my default browser (Mac) for years, and it usually works well (except see this: Please mark minimized windows with a ♦ in the Window menu)
But occasionally I find a website that works with other browsers, but not Firefox. The most common symptom is: I click on a button on the page, and…nothing happens. Copy the page URL into Safari and it works fine.
I haven't the faintest idea why this happens, but it seems to be happening more often lately. I wish it didn't.
I have been trying to access the My Pillow website (which has worked previously) and keep getting the following message - 403 forbidden. The same thing happens with Microsoft Edge, but not with Samsung Internet, which is the browser I use on my tablet. Are Firefox and Edge engaging in censorship? If so, I will find a different browser.
Latest update to Firefox allows you to logon on to Amazon, but every page after the first is screwed up. Blog knows MS has been sending daily or more security updates as well so maybe they're at fault, but a friend using Chrome(yes, I know, friends don't let friends use Chrome) can access everything with no problem. So ...
I am on Firefox 107.0 with Windows 10 22H1 and when I go to my banking web site, I can view the log in page, however, once I log in, nothing ever happens going forward. I refresh the page several times and then receive a message that the page is forbidden. I can use Microsoft Edge to log in and everything functions properly. The banking log in page is https://onlinebanking.usbank.com/auth/login/?usedoldurl=true. I had this same issue a couple of times when I was using Firefox 106.0, but do not recall exactly which version. Firefox was functioning properly during Firefox 106.0.5
I agree and it seems to be getting worse by the day. It freezes a lot, and when I try to "move" emails, it doesn't work. Like you I have been a firefox user for many many years and I do hope that they fix this mess.
I agree with everyone - especially the part that it is now worse then ever. The occasional glitch, fine I will switch to Chrome for that website, but it has just become intolerable. I have synced all my links over to chrome, set up the toolbar how I want it and now I am transferring all the passwords since Firefox can't seem to manage that. Sadly, I think this once great browser is in its final days.
I have been experiencing the same issue with some sites. I select a button on the site and nothing happens. If I go to the same site with Edge, the site works.
What is happening with Firefox? I am using Firefox 111.0 (64-bit) on a Windows 11 machine.
Same for me. In my case, it is with RBC Royal Bank in Canada. I have everything financial associated with them, even including estate management in the event I pass. The newest baby in the family is RBC Advisor, which is a portal to administer, for the user, a Defined Contribution Pension Plan initiated by my employer to this RBC service. I access thru my regular online banking methods just fine but, as I go thru steps of initiating my RBC Advisor, their systems hangs at some point, as if they are trying to fish something out of my Firefox browser that Firefox simply will not let them get to. Both my employer and RBC people told me I should just give up and get Google chrome. I despise all things Google to the highest level.