Chosen solution Hi bbincc, Sorry you are having problems with Firefox.
If neither of these work, try restarting the Dock maybe Firefox actually isn't running but the Dock is confused: Clicking on the icon does nothing. There are no overwhelming "processes" going on that I can see. There must be a pointer like the image. I hope it isn't causing problems in the system itself?
See http: You may need to close that window before exiting from Firefox Please try following the advice and post back with how you get on. Full troubleshooting information was not provided when the question was asked Read this answer in context 2. Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox.
Topic Fix slowness, crashing, error messages and other problems. The QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a wide variety of multimedia content in web pages.
For more information, visit the QuickTime Web site. Provides information about the default web browser Shockwave Flash Application User Agent: John99 solutions answers. How can I fix this? Also, it would be nice if it didn't reboot all my other apps as well, but if worst comes to worst, this is okay.
If it is, force quit it sounds like you've already tried this. Open Terminal, and run ps -eaf grep Firefox.
If neither of these work, try restarting the Dock maybe Firefox actually isn't running but the Dock is confused:. If all this fails, easiest thing to do is probably just reboot your machine.
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Firefox won't respond to force-quit Ask Question. OldBunny OldBunny 1 5 I have this problem, too, and I can't find a solution. I've tried several things. I've started Firefox in safe mode and yet still run into the problem.
I've uninstalled including a sudo uninstall of every firefox and mozilla file or directory on my machine and reinstalled, and yet the problem keeps coming back. The problem with the above solution if indeed it solves the problem is that there's now no keyboard shortcut for quitting Firefox on Mac. Support Forum.
This thread was closed and archived. Please ask a new question if you need help. Chosen solution See at the top right side. There must be a pointer like the image.