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    Default firefox 59.0.2 opensuse tumbleweed

    dear community,

    today i have update my opensuse tumbleweed and among the updates there was also firefox 59.0.2. i use as DE: kde plasma. After updates, I noticed firefox don't work maximize's icon, other icons run ok. Has anyone noticed the problem ?

    thank you

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    Hi,

    I also observe a strange behavior after Firefox 59.0.2 Update (Tumbleweed, KDE, German). When starting Firefox the screen is getting black (for less than one second) and then Firefox is started.
    The icons for maximize, minimize and close are corrupt. The Firefox Icon on the upper left side is missing.

    Michael

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    I'm getting this annoying issue as well. Would love for an answer.

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    For all of you: was 'zypper dup' used to update? Mind, no other way is supported on Tw.
    FWIW: fully updated here, not seeing this issue.
    Other thoughts: is amdgpu or nvidia involved ?
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    Default Re: firefox 59.0.2 opensuse tumbleweed

    On Wed 02 May 2018 01:56:03 PM CDT, Knurpht wrote:

    For all of you: was 'zypper dup' used to update? Mind, no other way is
    supported on Tw.
    FWIW: fully updated here, not seeing this issue.
    Other thoughts: is amdgpu or nvidia involved ?


    Hi
    I see it here with GNOME and amdgpu.... adding the export (Ref:
    http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=530927)
    in ~/.profile and logging in and out returns things to normal...

    Code:
    export MOZ_GTK_TITLEBAR_DECORATION=none
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    Default Re: firefox 59.0.2 opensuse tumbleweed

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    I see it here with GNOME and amdgpu.... adding the export (Ref:
    http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=530927)
    in ~/.profile and logging in and out returns things to normal...

    Code:
    export MOZ_GTK_TITLEBAR_DECORATION=none
    That environment variable is exactly what solves it for me as well. I hope the next Tumbleweed update fixes it natively.
    openSUSE Tumbleweed x64, KDE Framework 5

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    worked for me as well (kde) - thanks a million
    export MOZ_GTK_TITLEBAR_DECORATION=none

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    Opening (and then closing) Firefox in safe mode fixed the issue for me. After reopening normally it worked fine again.

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    Default Re: firefox 59.0.2 opensuse tumbleweed

    Quote Originally Posted by SF6 View Post
    Opening (and then closing) Firefox in safe mode fixed the issue for me. After reopening normally it worked fine again.
    thank you very much !!! I solved with your advice

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