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#1 2019-10-28 18:16:37

Sector11
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[Solved] Going Crazy with changes - FireFox

SOLVED: by reinstalling all "noto fonts" ... Thank You ohnonot

OK Finally got Firefox not asking me about "Default Browser" but it did require going to Thunderbirds "about:config" page  - What a {cough cough} messed up way to fix it.

BUT now I have another issue ... maybe 3 days  ... FUN WITH FONTS!!!!
Take the website for my new keyboard:

【Keep It Thin】The latest low profile design with a 30% lower key height
provides the most precision you expect from original mechanical switches,
{snip}

【Dynamic RGB Backlight 】All recent Redragon RGB Keyboards offer the same 18
lighting modes controllable from the keyboard. One new feature on the K591
{snip}

【Ultra-fast Input with 0 Conflict】Any misclick is not allowed during each
competitive game. 104 Full keys design with anti-ghosting tech ensures you to
{snip}

【Programmable Macro Function】Here comes the savior for those who got
slow-reacting hands or inflexible fingers. Use the software to make some
{snip}

【More Functions Support】Ergonomic design with a solid frame and adjustable
stand allow you to type all day and play all night with less fatigue. The 
{snip}

or this:2019-10-28_111356_S11.th.jpg

EDIT:   Link at Wikipedia

And in some emails in Thunderbird as well  GRRRRR!

Would this strange non-changeable/non-deletable entry have anything to do with it?
2019-10-28_125424_S11.th.jpg
Took the number out, saw "default" felt better.
It came back next time I opened FF.

HELP! Please

Last edited by Sector11 (2019-10-29 16:18:51)


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#2 2019-10-29 07:13:10

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Re: [Solved] Going Crazy with changes - FireFox

1) What's the matter with the website of your new keyboard? I don't see anything there. There's no link tot he website either. ???
2) If you uninstall these "100s of Noto fonts", then you are missing the glyphs for certain languages. Is that a problem? Then you have to install something that has these glyphs.
3) I also have this entry in my FF config. Seems to be exactly the same as 'date +%s'. Why do you think it's harmful, or has anything to do with fonts?

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#3 2019-10-29 13:55:19

Sector11
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Re: [Solved] Going Crazy with changes - FireFox

Thank you for replying.

1. Cannot find the link that I copy pasted for the first entry  sad  Spanish symbols work just fine.

2.  Added the link, easy find, it was from Wikipedia.

3.  have no idea what that is.  Just curious if others had it.

As to the no "noto" fonts, I have never had them and have never had a problem with any fonts before.  They always showed.   I have had this install, less the noto fonts for quite some time.  The problem with fonts is quite recent.  So not sure how that would affect things.

Also, Firefox has been configured to use /media/5/Mozilla/firefox/z0jt6ese.default since my days using #!  Nothing there changed.


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#4 2019-10-29 16:15:35

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Re: [Solved] Going Crazy with changes - FireFox

OK, had to go out, got back and and reinstalled all the noto fonts.

The "fox" is reading things just fine with "Noto Serif"

SO: SOLVED


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