Disable the "allow" button whenever I click to go to a new website.
Allow pops up on the address line and I often forget to click it and so nothing happens. It didn't use to be there and no other browser has it. I don't want it!
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hi, you can disable the popup blocker when you go to the firefox menu ≡ > options > content panel.
I have had the popups disabled from the beginning. Nothing blocks the "allow" popup from Mozilla. It's probably a security measure, but it's not in security either and it's a nuisance. It wasn't in earlier versions of FF.
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