In my (Firefox) bookmark list, the Gmail icon is a wide red "M" with thin black lines continuing the inner strokes of the M over to the opposite feet of the letter. This leaves two white triangles below the middle strokes of the M. For no reason I can figure out, the right-hand triangle is sometimes shaded gray. What does this mean? (I know that it doesn't mean i have unread messages or un-sent drafts.)
What happened to my GMail messages? [more inside]
I would like disable Firefox right-click on Gmail.(for pleasant mail-preview) What is the best solution ?
I'm encountering the same problem with Gmail and Firefox (on Mac) described in this question, but I'm too computer illiterate to understand the fixes that the "best answer" refers me to- I can't find "about:config" to make sure dom.storage.enabled is TRUE; "About Firefox" just gets me the little box with the icon and the version number. Can someone explain to me how to implement in the fix in simpler language with more basic step-by-step instructions? [more inside]
Gmail acting funny in Firefox: I have 2 gmail tabs open. One is for my personal account, the other is through my employer (the college uses google to manage their webmail service). If I try to "Compose Mail" or "Reply" or anything that would open up a new email, on either account, the top of the page goes to "Loading" but nothing ever happens. In addition, the Gmail Chat tab is missing. Only not working on my home computer; both were working fine on my office computer when I went in to check 30 min ago. [more inside]
Hi, Suddenly Firefox won't let me compose mail in Gmail, all other Gmail features work. I disabled any add ons that might cause problems, didn't do any new upgrades, can compose in Chrome and IE ,thanks.
When I log into Gmail, Firefox redirects me to a page on Facebook. What gives? [more inside]
Automatically login / logout of Gmail at a specified interval [more inside]
Is there a way to have Firefox warn me before I close a tab containing Gmail? [more inside]
Help a computer light-weight make the most of Firefox and gmail. [more inside]
In Firefox, I use the middle button of my mouse to open links in a new tab. I really wish I could do that with gmail (i.e., middle click on several emails and have them open each in a new tab, or middle click on "compose mail" so that would open in a new tab). Is there any way to do that? [more inside]
I have Firefox 3 color options set so that visited links turn a dark Grey when clicked, every site seems to work with this but the sender and subject lines in Gmail.. What's strange is the links on the left hand side of the Gmail page (Inbox, starred, sent mail, drafts, etc ) go dark when clicked on. Does anyone know if Google uses some special CSS or something on the right hand side, can this be overridden so the visited links will turn the Grey I have checked?
Firefox won't tab-switch out of Gmail/Compose [more inside]
why won't Firefox auto-open a new message to send in Gmail when I click on an email address? [more inside]
Google Browser Synch keeps showing my old gmail name though I have completely signed in with my new gmail address. Still, Firefox (2.0) for Mac keeps showing my older gmail name in the right corner of the browser bar. Any ideas on how to set it to my new gmail account's name?
Yesterday, the "dynamic" (aka AJAX) version of Gmail stopped working for me in Firefox. I am using FF 220.127.116.11, but when I go to gmail (or Google Calendar) I am getting a message saying my browser is not supported, and they throw me into the standard html version. What's going on here? (more after the jump) [more inside]
Gmail annoyance: With every autosave, gmail changes the black text in the writing field to a blurry grey. Ouch, my eyes! How to disable? [more inside]
Recent Gmail trouble: no text box showing when "rich formatting" selected, using Firefox and XP. Works fine in IE. [more inside]
I'm running Firefox 18.104.22.168 and Roboform extension v6.9.4. When I visit Gmail, I get a ridiculously high memory spike, usually about 200mb. Why is this? [more inside]
I'm looking for a Firefox Greasemonkey script that will hide a conversation in Gmail. [more inside]
Gmail-Hack-Attack-Filter: I installed the Greasemonkey script for Gmail as spelled out here, and it works just super-awesome, except for one thing... [more inside]
Gtalk (embedded in Gmail) is not playing nicely with my FireFox (v. 22.214.171.124). When any conversation box pops up, it makes the scroll bar disappear on the right. As if that weren't enough, it teases me by popping it back into view every few seconds, and the conversation box flips back and forth by about the width of the scroll bar - kind of like the page is trying to reload the scroll bar every couple of seconds. [more inside]
I give up. Question about gmail opening in the same window then closing when I send the message. Using Firefox. [more inside]
What is this web revolution I see before me? [more inside]
Two parter about cats walking on computer keyboards and havoc their little toes wreak: [more inside]
Firefox is blocking gmail popups, such as the ones for attachments and user info. How to fix? [more inside]
How to force FireFox to use Gmail instead of LookOut2003 to handle mailtos? [more inside]
Gmail consistently pops forward upon loading or reloading on Firefox, and did so when I was using Mozilla. This really bugs me, and I don't like using tabs. Can anyone tell me how to make this stop? iMac 10.3.5, did this to me before on my "toilet seat" laptop.