Cafe FoxYeah – Thurs. June 18th

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The FoxYeah campaign to promote Firefox is well under way! If you haven’t heard of it, check out FoxYeah.com and share a few of the invites to download Firefox with your family and friends.

Across the world, FoxYeah events are being hosted to help encourage people to download Firefox, and to help Firefox fans make their own pictures and videos.

This Thursday, June 18th from 5 – 8pm, you can stop by the Mozilla Toronto office to check out what’s new in Firefox, enjoy some cafe style refreshments, and learn more about how you can support Firefox and get involved with Mozilla.

We’ll be letting people try out Firefox Hello – video calling right from the browser, no extra software needed! We’ve got some friends lined up to say Hello! They include current and former Mozilla staff, who are looking forward to sharing their Mozilla stories and answering any questions they can.

You can also see what Firefox for Android is like these days, and see what’s coming up in Firefox Developer Edition.

RSVP now! and don’t forget to invite your friends!

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  1. John Richards wrote on :

    Bye Firefox. After 10 years as a faithful user you have interfered with my work on-line one too many times with your requirement that various websites have certificates that are acceptable to Firefox. I guess it’ll have to be google chrome from now on.

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  2. Bonnie wrote on :

    How do I stop fire fox from blocking me being able to open my bills in outlook/ How do I change things it automaticly blocking. Ever since I downloaded the newest version of fire fox I am have trouble with lots of things. It is next to impossible to navigate and get some help. I am not tech savy and cant figure out when there are changes or even find help. why are they blocking my bills? Very frustrated.

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  3. Deborah Schroeder wrote on :

    Do you know how to get Firefox support??? I’ve bounced around trying to find an email address for anyone, but only found and endless circle of links that take me back to more links.

    All I’m trying to find out is why Firefox will no longer let me get into Hotmail.

    Here’s the message I’m getting:

    This Connection is Untrusted

    You have asked Firefox to connect securely to mail.live.com, but we can’t confirm that your connection is secure.

    Normally, when you try to connect securely, sites will present trusted identification to prove that you are going to the right place. However, this site’s identity can’t be verified.
    What Should I Do?

    If you usually connect to this site without problems, this error could mean that someone is trying to impersonate the site, and you shouldn’t continue.

    This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to specify that Firefox only connect to it securely. As a result, it is not possible to add an exception for this certificate.”

    It’s Hotmail for goodness sake!!!

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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  4. Brian Reid wrote on :

    I require assistance to get the firefox page I had a week ago. I was able to resize my firefox screen then but I am unable to do it now.

    Please help.

    Thank you

    Brian Reid

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  5. Brian Reid wrote on :

    I have no idea how to solve my problem. Webroot constantly blocks this: http://www-searching.com/?s=F85ztutdk0003,9a8cc766-3d19-4e71-8b8c-149a3
    and it keeps popping up. I would prefer it to simply run in the background!

    Brian Reid

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  6. Marilyn wrote on :

    Hello!
    Wish i were in Toronto! – I can’t sign into mozilla. They keep sending me reset password links that won’t accept the same ‘new password’.
    I’ve been critically ill for the last 5 yrs and am behind on computer stuff, maybe i’m doing something wrong. ??
    please help THX <3

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  7. James Archer wrote on :

    As a 68 year old senior I have to sometimes switch over to Google search to find information but sadly I am experiencing a problem doing searches even on Mozilla. You see I live at my daughters home for now and as part of her family we share use of the internet. I sometimes do small business activities to supplement my meager Pension. But from this standpoint it appears that Rogers Cable our ISP has put search blockers called prohibited access code 509 on my searches through Mozilla and Google which rides on top of my Mozilla preferred browser. I am wondering why would an ISP do such a thing because it is now prohibiting me from buying products from the internet due to this code popping up all the time. I have had my system scanned many times and found Rogers has been placing PUM’s and PUP’s on my computer for some time now and apparently collecting personal information on me. Is all this legal for a telecom and ISP to be doing
    such things? Please help explain this matter.
    Jim Archer

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  8. Dave Long wrote on :

    My old email address was davelong@ozarkmountains.com. I changed to the current address due to moving and lost all my old emails I had been saving. Any way to find them and get them back?

    Thanks

    Dave Long

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  9. Bob Wood wrote on :

    Firefox has been highjacked on my computer. I am trying to uninstall it but the program will not allow me to turn it of to uninstaall it.

    I need some help.

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  10. James Van Dyne wrote on :

    I have added Firefox as an alternative to the MS Windows Explorer. I have had it for years. About a month ago I upgraded to Windows 10 but still, everything was fine with my use of firefox. Three days ago, Window 10 developed a “critical problem” in that the start menu and the program known as “Cortana” would not open (although I never used Cortana). There were also some problems with Firefox failing to respond. I worked with a MS technician and resolved the Windows 10 problem but now Firefox will not go to FaceBook or to my bank — I get a message: “Secure Connection Failed” “An error occurred during a connection to facebook.com. Peer’s certificate has an invalid signature. (Error code: sec_error_bad_signature) “

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  11. Gil wrote on :

    Hi Kenzie… I am unable to use google search without getting mixed Thai in the search. The search is always from google.th… because I am in Thailand… how do I revert to Canadian or US standards? I find this highly frustrating… can you help!! I know how to do it on Google chrome but I am at lost with Firefox… there is no indication at the bottom of the search to revert to English!

    Regards Gil

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  12. Nikki wrote on :

    I was downloading firefox for my windows 10 computer and keep getting this message…Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible. Is there something I can do to fix this?

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  13. michael wrote on :

    i have been on mozilla/firefox for going on 10 years and have been so pleased with it ,,,,UNTIL a month ago , now it freezes up every 4 to 5 minutes, its not very funny anymore i have uploaded all the new specs etc and it still freezes , i ahave no other choice but to leave until you all get it FIXED I’ll have to go to Chrome FIX THIS ASAP so i can RETURN

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  14. Wayne Holley wrote on :

    I created a Master Password and cannot remember it. I have uninstalled Mozilla Firefox twice and re-downloaded it to delete this password. It was not successful as the Master Password still exists. How do I delete this Master Password?

    L W Holley
    919-337-2485
    LWHolley@aol.com

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