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This happened a few days ago when I was using Firefox 15.1, so I upgraded to Firefox 18
Uninstall it and try using Internet Explorer 10, which is the fastest out right now.
Can I please have your system specifications?
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Missing Cursor on Firefox
Hi there Lauren,
I think I've got you covered on this one.
I'd like to offer up a two solutions.
One may be the solution to the disappearing cursor.
Failing that, the other addresses the symptoms, instead of the problem, sort of a sideways solution. Hopefully the result will be satisfactory.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: Firefox address bar disappears
The theme is probably bugged with 3.0.5. Try using a similar theme and see if you get the same issue. Or reinstall the theme as you may have corrupt files.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: Firefox Problems with Vista
I have had the same problem with Firefox and also remembering my login
information in Vista. The XP operating system is fine the problem is
only with Microsoft's Vista operating system. It could have something
to do with Vista's security setup, either that or Microsoft is just
kicking the competition around? Actually it's probably a little bit of
both those reasons.
The only way I have been able to correct the problem is to download the IE Tab add-on. It allows you to set up a tab to open with the IE engine embedded. If you have a site that is giving you login problems, when it is open select the tools button. In the dropdown box select the IE Tab Options. The problem web site should be highlighted in the pop-up display box. Select the add button to the right and it will transfer the web site to the list of sites that you want to open with the IE operating engine.
Now that web site will always open under the IE operating engine when you start up Firefox. After you login to that web site if you go back to the tools button and select options again, you can save all opened tabs as your home page. Now when you start up Firefox you will still have all the advantages of Firefox and those hard to login web sites will automatically load and sign you in the same as they did before.
Someday Microsoft will probably stop teasing Firefox and let them in on what they have to do to get around this obstacle, but then again maybe not.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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