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Assuming this is a single-user system (your personal laptop, for example), even if you installed in /opt you can allow Firefox to auto-update itself by changing the ownership of the firefox directory to be your local user $ cd /opt $ sudo chmod -R [username] ./firefox This is a bit unorthodox. Normally you would install something personal into your /home/...


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Activate the firefox standard profile with sudo aa-enforce /etc/apparmor.d/usr.bin.firefox (profile is weak) http://flatlinesecurity.com/posts/firefox-apparmor/


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To launch a specific website like google.com : firefox google.com To manage your favorites from the terminal, you need an additional CLI tools, e,g: buku buku - Bookmark manager like a text-based mini-web buku is a command-line utility to store, tag, search and organize bookmarks. You can import your bookmarks through: buku -i bookmarks.html To ...


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This page appears to be using sans-serif font family. This should by the reason why it can't show all emoji properly. Please try the following: Open the link. Open Inspect element by clicking Ctrl+Shift+i On the right side you should see this Delete , sans-serif Now you should be able to view all emojis normally.


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It should be a problem with plasma's theme. In plasma's settings, go to “Appearance” → “Application Style” → “GNOME Application Style (GTK)”, and change the GTK2 and GTK3's theme, you may find a working theme.


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For Arch base distros, we have to change ~/.config/mimeapps.list and replace anywhere your default browser does not set. For example: [Default Applications] x-scheme-handler/http=userapp-Pale Moon.desktop x-scheme-handler/https=userapp-Pale Moon.desktop x-scheme-handler/ftp=userapp-Pale Moon.desktop x-scheme-handler/chrome=userapp-Pale Moon....


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This can be achieved on UserChrome.css with #msgSubject { background-color: -moz-field !important; } #msgIdentity { background-color: -moz-field !important; } .textbox-addressingWidget { background-color: -moz-field !important; } .dummy-row { background-color: -moz-field !important; } Or the alternative below... you can replace var(--lwt-...


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For Thunderbird and Firefox, sources that are edited with UserChrome.css are available on /install-dir/omni.ja this file is a zipped directory (without compression) containing all the sources (javascript, xul, css etc.) of the displayed windows... To edit/view the sources directly you can do mkdir tmp; cd tmp; cp ../location-of-install-dir/omni.ja . ...


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This issue fixed itself during a recent Firefox upgrade. I'm not exactly sure which version fixed the issue, but it seems to have happened around version 70.


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Since the executable is found under /var/lib/flatpak/app, I am assuming you have installed keepassxc as a flatpak app. As of firejail v0.9.60, firejail does not have flatpak/snap support. See the release notes: firejail (0.9.60) baseline; urgency=low ... * drop support for flatpak/snap packages If you want to sandbox keepassxc using firejail, you need ...


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To restore the official Firefox Icon on Linux Mint 19.03 cinnamon. You can copy the default icon theme, delete the alternative firefox icon, then use your newly created theme. mkdir ~/.icons cd ~/.icons cp -R /usr/share/icons/Mint-Y/ . mv Mint-Y/ Mint-Y-custom cd Mint-Y-custom/ find -name "firefox*" -exec rm '{}' \; Then open the Themes application and ...


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The accepted solution doesn't work on any non-Linux systems; I forked to https://github.com/cnst/lz4json to make it compile cleanly on all other UNIX® systems, including the BSDs; here's a sample for Mac OS X: Mac OS X UNIX® w/ MacPorts sudo port install lz4 git clone https://github.com/cnst/lz4json.git cd lz4json make ./lz4jsoncat ~/Library/Application\ ...


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