When Firefox updated last time (on my PC at work), it opened with a page asking me to sign into my FF account. Stupidly, I signed in. Next time I looked, the Bookmarks To… (Lesen Sie mehr)
When Firefox updated last time (on my PC at work), it opened with a page asking me to sign into my FF account. Stupidly, I signed in. Next time I looked, the Bookmarks Toolbar looked wrong and I realized that it is what I use at home, and I couldn't get to any of my work bookmarks. I finally figured out how to get them back, but I'd really like to get it back to where it's not asking me to sign in constantly.
I'm also really upset that it changed my bookmarks. Not everyone knows how FF syncs and that signing in on the wrong computer will cause changes that will cost lost productivity.
→ → → → IT SHOULD COME WITH A WARNING BEFORE IT COMPLETES ANY ACTIONS! ← ← ← ←
In other words, before it merged my bookmarks, it should have come up with a warning that explicitly said it was about to merge bookmarks from another computer, and ask if I really want to continue - as well as with any other action signing into your account does.
Is there any way I can sign into my FF account on a FF page - but NOT on the computer, so I can see what's there?
If I click to 'Disconnect' my account, will it stop asking me to sign in?
How do I update the name/email address of my FF Account?