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Re: Add-ons "unverified..."

On 05.05.19 18:13, jetjock wrote:
Wolf K wrote:
On 2019-05-04 14:00, Hartdonor wrote:

On Sat, 4 May 2019 13:59:22 -0400, in mozilla.general, Wolf K wrote:

Several of my fave add-ons "could not be verified..."


I want 'em back. I don't give a rat's ass for warnings about security
problems with unverified add-ons.

Either add in the most popular add-on functionalities, or let us take
the risks with whatever add-ons we want. We're grown ups.


Best wishes.


"Studies" is not installed/enabled on my version of Firefox. I stopped
updating FF after the last one messed with my preferred screen layout. I
installed the prior version, which was more customisable. Unfortunately,
this version accepted the silent update that disabled my extensions.

Bah! Double bah!

[Draft of blunt remarks about moz designers/developers' mindset snipped.
I may not be as nice next time, though.]

Speaking of Bah!

   Yesterday I did a TeamViewer to my sister's computer to fix a Eudora
problem. I had no sooner finished when out the blue, FF ESR 52.9 decided
to check out it's add-ons, even though it is set to never update! It
then flashed a message that it could not find certificates ( or
something like that) and had disabled some add-ons. When I looked, it
had disabled every add-on except Tab Mix Plus. Remembering what someone
had posted yesterday about setting "xpinstall...." settings in
about:config to false (which I had done on my machine earlier), I did
the same on hers. When I restarted FF, all her add-ons were back and active.

I'll gladly forsake a little overblown "security" for actully being able
to use my computer!!

Thanks. That about:config worked for me.(version 45.9.0ESR on XP)

Was this an underhanded trick to force people to the newest version?
Because that wont work in XP.
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