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"Ask to Activate": "Block and remember" option
If I set "Ask to Activate" option for some plugin Firefox shows a notification for each site trying to use this plugin. This notification gives me the following options: 1. Allow once 2. Allow and remember 3. Block But the following option is missing: 4. Block and remember (MISSING) Certainly, I can go to "Tools > Page Info > Permissions" and block this plugin for this site. However, it takes ages compared to clicking on "Block and remember" button if it was present. I am using "Allow and remember" button when needed and it is very fast and convenient, while using "Page info" is slow and requires many clicks. So, question: is it possible to add the missing "Block and remember" option?
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No, it will always ask. The only way to set is to click through Page info to the permissions tab.
If it is just flash, there are some add ons that block just flash content, however you may have to look for the exact one in addons.mozilla.org.
Do you ever see "Continue Blocking"? In some past threads, users found that to be an effective way to eliminate the infobar sliding down between the toolbar area and the page. (They complained that they wanted to change their minds and couldn't!)
I haven't tested that myself.
If you block the plugin or use allow and remember then you change the setting for the plugin as shown on "Tools > Page Info > Permissions". If you use allow now then the setting in "Tools > Page Info > Permissions" isn't changed and Firefox will ask again when you visit the site.
- Click to Play per-element: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/click-to-play-per-element/
- Click-to-Play Manager: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/click-to-play-manager/
> No, it will always ask.
guigs2, I know that at this moment Firefox will always ask. My post is a feature request (So, question: is it possible to add the missing "Block and remember" option?).
> If it is just flash, there are some add ons that block just flash content, however you may have to look for the exact one in addons.mozilla.org.
I am aware of such plugins, however people are complaining that they are not working in 100% of cases and sometimes getting broken after FireFox upgrade. So, plugin can't be as reliable as native feature.
> Do you ever see "Continue Blocking"?
jscher2000, I am aware of "Continue Blocking" button, but it does not block forever (so, it is not an equivalent of "Allow and remember" - it does not remember).