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sign in appears to failed on the Mac version

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I was trying to use the sync function on my MacBook Pro. However, the browser does not seem to log in at all. In the top right menu, it still shows the "sign in" button, instead of my email address. (see the attached pictures which I captured from my mac and a virtual machine running Firefox ESR on Debian. Another test on the flatpak version on the vertural machine apears to be normal.

Checks on account activities indicates the login histroy exsits, yet the syncing function remains unavailable.

the browser on the Mac is Version 102.0.1 (64-bit) which apears to be up to date the browser on the virtual machine is Version 91.11.0esr (64-bit)

information for the systems and machines can be found in the pictures attached.

I was trying to use the sync function on my MacBook Pro. However, the browser does not seem to log in at all. In the top right menu, it still shows the "sign in" button, instead of my email address. (see the attached pictures which I captured from my mac and a virtual machine running Firefox ESR on Debian. Another test on the flatpak version on the vertural machine apears to be normal. Checks on account activities indicates the login histroy exsits, yet the syncing function remains unavailable. the browser on the Mac is Version 102.0.1 (64-bit) which apears to be up to date the browser on the virtual machine is Version 91.11.0esr (64-bit) information for the systems and machines can be found in the pictures attached.
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updated to the latest version, and it apears to be solved

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Can you login to the Firefox account via this web page?

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Hello Yes the web pages work fine as they should be. Just the browser. BTW, I also tried the old-school reboot, but still didn't work that way.

Modified by Austin Foo

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updated to the latest version, and it apears to be solved

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