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Issue with Firefox that makes webpages faded.
Device: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
I am having an issue where Firefox will make all webpages faded. Its like there is a grayish film over just the webpage of Firefox. This happens even with a fresh install of Firefox. Add-ons aren't a factor as even with none installed it still persists.
As a bandaid fix I found that if I do install any add-on. If the screen becomes faded I can go to the add-ons list, click on one, then go back. The screen will go back to normal with out being faded. It's a workaround but I basically have to do this every time I go to a webpage.
I also am trying to upload images to show how it looks compared to another browser but the image upload is not working at all.
EDIT: uploaded images to imgur: https://imgur.com/a/5arP4Da
Modified by graccy99
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Do you have an example of a site where this happens?
It happens on any webpage.
What happens when you try to upload a screenshot of this? Is there any error message?
After selecting the image I want to upload, underneath where it says "Uploaded images:" its just an empty box with a spinning loading symbol, and says "Uploading 'screenshot.jpg'..." underneath that. I've tried leaving it for like 20 minutes and it doesn't change. And I've tried multiple devices to upload but the same thing happens.
Are you trying to do this over WiFi or mobile data?
Uploading pictures to this forum? I've tried on my tablet, phone, and desktop. All firefox. Just get the spinning loading symbol and it never uploads
I uploaded to imgur, here is a side by side between the 2 browsers on my tablet: https://imgur.com/a/5arP4Da . All webpages are like this on firefox until I do the fix I mentioned in my inital description.
Is there anybody that would be able to help me with this problem?
Do you have any add-ons installed in Firefox for Android?
It happens with and without add-ons. And like I said in my initial question description, the only "workaround" i have is to have an add-on installed.