Solved: Problem With Cookies And FF3
Firefox Get help for Firefox on Windows, Mac and Linux. Is there something in the web.xml that I can set to turn this behavior off? is it a problem with ff, Google. I try to export from the browser to Zotero a citation from EBSCO and it says known translator error. have a peek here
Adding the endnote export in my google scholar preferences means that if I click on the endnote export it will export directly into zotero, which is fine and effectively does what When I click on Bookmars it just says Downloading bookmarks... Log in to reply. I am using a new computer (MAC) that never had Firefox 2.
That seems to fix the problem for me. Adv Reply June 18th, 2008 #3 kbchoi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Aug 2007 Beans 3 Re: Problem with FF3 and Google Trying your cookie suggestion and the new profile creation now. It appears the FF3 is storing its cookies as persistent cookies, regardless of the WAS setting.
Looks like we are going to have to make sure they only use IE. A round about way is to install a single bookmark button using FF add on from here, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2453 , it works! This is the accepted answer. nestorburma June 25, 2008 Dan, you rock.
Sorry to bother you with this--thanks for any advice! Should now work. not trial and error?!) Thanks very much for your help! But I wonder if the servers on scholar.google.co.uk work the same way as .com?
I'd recommend making a backup of your entire Firefox profile before trying anything. I discovered it just two days ago and think it's fantastic tool, but I am also having issues with google scholar and JSTOR (it works fine with just about everything else). I get an error message and a recommendation that I "save to disk" first. Generated Tue, 07 Mar 2017 06:29:37 GMT by s_za2 (squid/3.5.23)
Adv Reply July 8th, 2008 #9 aBitLater View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee! https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=833204 The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Seemed to involve some sort of handshaking between zotero and my library proxy. I was happy enough this morning before upgrading!
Adv Reply June 28th, 2008 #8 rhomany View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Jun 2008 Beans 16 Re: Problem with FF3 and Google Toolbar navigate here It appears the FF3 is storing its cookies as persistent cookies, regardless of the WAS setting. I would like my session to only live with each browser. Mellon Foundation, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Alfred P.
The little red box appeared as if saving the citation, but faded away with no citation saved, no error.-> The solution was to enable "Accept third-party cookies" in FF preferences / Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu [all variants] [SOLVED] Problem with Blog Forums Developers Documentation Privacy Get Involved Jobs About Zotero is a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, and was initially funded by the Andrew W.
dstillman June 22, 2008 edited June 25, 2008 Debug output for a translation attempt may be helpful.
Installing libstdc++5 did not work either, which worked for FF2. It leaves a lot up to the user to make sure when you close the browser down that it removes the session (its in FF3 cookie settings). Adv Reply June 25th, 2008 #5 Soundtrack Black View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date May 2008 Beans 2 Re: Problem with FF3 and SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 6420 Posts Re: Persistant JSESSIONID issue. 2008-11-10T19:25:24Z This is the accepted answer.
I haven't been able to solve it. Anyone know how to fix it? So it's probably something to do with my setup. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-problem/solved-problem-with-either-cpu-hsf-or-gpu.html Right now if I open up 2 browsers, its sharing the data, which could cause concurrent update issues, etc.
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Firefox for Android Web browser for Android smartphones and tablets Firefox for iOS Firefox for iPhone, iPad and iTouch devices Firefox Focus Automatic privacy browser and content blocker. I fixed the Google Scholar error by searching direct and not using "Web Search Pro 220.127.116.11" add-on. (this worked OK with FF2, but not now). The trick is to save your cookies and bookmarks (in your Fx profiles folder) if you have trouble exporting them manually. Is there a way to roll back an upgrade to Firefox 3 back to FF2?
Still showing a cookie problem. Then do the same, but enable and restart firefox. I had trouble installing and that was the process that fixed things for me. Thanks!
Stan December 30, 2008 I am having a problem with Firefox 3 as well. Corrupted (non-Zotero) files in the profile directory can cause problems moving between Firefox 2 and 3. This discussion has been closed. Content available under a Creative Commons license.
I've looked at my WAS (18.104.22.168) server at the session management, and I verified that its set to 'current browser session'. Adv Reply Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation New to Ubuntu Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Jon Rubin July 6, 2008 Can you provide a URL that doesn't work, as I just tried http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?q=deleuze&hl=en&lr=&btnG=Search and there didn't seem to be any problem TomLove July 6, 2008 Ah This is the accepted answer.
While its not a huge issue, it causes more coding within my backing beans to handle this.