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Goodbye Firefox after so many years . . . with each update comes new problems

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  1. wilhelmj 0 posts
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    Firefox I am at my wit's end with you. As a researcher, your site has lost all of its smoothness. Rather than simply clicking on a certain item to view it, I have to endlessly and repeatedly activate whatever Firefox refused to activate. I have went through the add-ons updated them, activated them, then updated again, then activated again . . . this is a worthless enterprise now. Your lack of applicability with other programs is appalling. With each update, Firefox becomes less and less user friendly. Hell at this point I would rather use IE than this convoluted joke of a server (newest Firefox) . . . no coming back this time, I have worked with my IT consultant to make the proper updates to Chrome so that it functions as Firefox used to function. Goodbye.

    Sincerely,

    A Professor

    Firefox I am at my wit's end with you. As a researcher, your site has lost all of its smoothness. Rather than simply clicking on a certain item to view it, I have to endlessly and repeatedly activate whatever Firefox refused to activate. I have went through the add-ons updated them, activated them, then updated again, then activated again . . . this is a worthless enterprise now. Your lack of applicability with other programs is appalling. With each update, Firefox becomes less and less user friendly. Hell at this point I would rather use IE than this convoluted joke of a server (newest Firefox) . . . no coming back this time, I have worked with my IT consultant to make the proper updates to Chrome so that it functions as Firefox used to function. Goodbye. Sincerely, A Professor
  2. Waka_Flocka_Flame 97 posts
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    You can disable that if you did a little research.

    1. Go to about:config, pass the warning.
    2. In the filter type "security.mixed_content.block_active_content".
    3. Double click the first result, it should say false beside it, and become bold.
    4. Reload all pages and or restart firefox if needed.
    You can disable that if you did a little research. #Go to about:config, pass the warning. # In the filter type "'''security.mixed_content.block_active_content'''". # Double click the first result, it should say false beside it, and become bold. # Reload all pages and or restart firefox if needed.