Re: Firefox 60.0.2esr
- Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2018 21:02:39 -0700
- From: Sailfish <NIXCAPSsailfish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Firefox 60.0.2esr
My bloviated meandering follows what Daniel graced us with on 9/6/2018 11:26 PM:
Sailfish wrote on 7/09/2018 5:31 AM:My bloviated meandering follows what Daniel graced us with on 9/6/2018 2:32 AM:GerardJan wrote on 6/09/2018 2:22 PM:Sailfish wrote:My bloviated meandering follows what kenwood0622@xxxxxxxxx graced us with on 9/5/2018 7:30 PM:On Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at 11:32:48 AM UTC-4, Sailfish wrote:After inattentively installing the subject ESR update only to see all my legacy add-ons disabled, I reinstalled the previous Firefox 52.9.0esr and immediately Options>Advanced>Update to "Never check for updates (not recommended: security risk)"ymmv -- Sailfish Rare Mozilla Stuff: http://tinyurl.com/z86x3sgSame here. I lost 5 out of the 9 extensions I use. I was more fortunate than you though since I was running Shadow Defender on the OS partition when I tested the update. As a result I didn't have to reinstall. I disconnected from the network and rebooted after exiting shadow mode. When it came back up with the old version, I turned off FF updates, reinstated Shadow Defender, and rejoined the network. Too bad. A case where the cure was worse than the possible disease :)Out of curiosity, do you recollect getting a similar foreboding vuln fix warning to upgrade.english is not my mother tongue! ¿ what does *vuln* mean ?I read "vuln" as an abbreviated "vulnerability".Got it in 1. Give this man a Kewpie doll!"YEAH!!" for me!!
+1 :-) -- Sailfish Rare Mozilla Stuff: http://tinyurl.com/z86x3sg _______________________________________________ general mailing list general@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/general