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How the heck do I report an issue?

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I am using an Android version 5.1 on which Mozilla Firefox version 100.3.0 runs happily. The issue is that when I start a new tab, the Open Application Menu symbol (3 dots in vertical formation) becomes a microphone symbol, thus preventing me accessing the Bookmarks among other features on the Open Application Menu.

Tapping the microphone symbol causes the Google Speak popup to open.

This is the issue, end of. It would be nice if it could be fixed.

I am using an Android version 5.1 on which Mozilla Firefox version 100.3.0 runs happily. The issue is that when I start a new tab, the Open Application Menu symbol (3 dots in vertical formation) becomes a microphone symbol, thus preventing me accessing the Bookmarks among other features on the Open Application Menu. Tapping the microphone symbol causes the Google Speak popup to open. This is the issue, end of. It would be nice if it could be fixed.

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Hi loungehake,

I'm not sure if this is an issue, because it makes the address bar taller, which is useful on small. You can add this issue on Mozilla Connect if you want to tell the Firefox developers about your idea.

Thanks

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This is mad. I open a new tabin Android Firefox but there is no Open Application Menu and I cannot access Bookmarks or anything useful. I am trying to tell Mozilla and all I am offered is an obstacle course. How does Mozilla expect users to report such issues. I just give up!

Fortunately the Windows Firefox has no such issue. All that is needed is a straight reporting channel. All the devs need to do is read my report and see for themselves what the problem is. I feel like I am banging my head against a brick wall.

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Try to report it directly on github.