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You have disabled all my Nimbus Web extensions omce on a day I signed in to HELP others I shall not do that now because I am unable to access any thing (any add

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once Firefox was my favored browser - not any more - I am an Elder person - not yet past my sell by and a littl !!! sympathy would be appropriate - I WANT all the extensions from Nimbus Web - I have had them nearly as long as I have been with firefox - since about 2004 - but back then you were not so Autocratic - I could choose whom to trust - now I am subscribed to Nimbus Web and all it's products at an affordible yearly payment which is well worth it if only Firefoxpermitted it to work - because I am disabled and 83 years of age - the veriable start page and all my Speeddials and Everhelper/me and also the Sync and the bookmarks - if you will not let me use them how canI survive on the internet under your rules which are becoming Draconian - do you want paying for permitting Nimbus Web to do it's job, since I pay them TO DO IT - if so how much do you actually want - and since I am on an old age pension donot put on an enormous charge - as a pensioner I am of limited resources Would you like PDQ to make up your minds because in July 27 my subscription is due to Nimbus Web and I want thembacki am no longer happy to sign as Patricia Patricia Francis-Wilson (Mrs)

once Firefox was my favored browser - not any more - I am an Elder person - not yet past my sell by and a littl !!! sympathy would be appropriate - I WANT all the extensions from Nimbus Web - I have had them nearly as long as I have been with firefox - since about 2004 - but back then you were not so Autocratic - I could choose whom to trust - now I am subscribed to Nimbus Web and all it's products at an affordible yearly payment which is well worth it if only Firefoxpermitted it to work - because I am disabled and 83 years of age - the veriable start page and all my Speeddials and Everhelper/me and also the Sync and the bookmarks - if you will not let me use them how canI survive on the internet under your rules which are becoming Draconian - do you want paying for permitting Nimbus Web to do it's job, since I pay them TO DO IT - if so how much do you actually want - and since I am on an old age pension donot put on an enormous charge - as a pensioner I am of limited resources Would you like PDQ to make up your minds because in July 27 my subscription is due to Nimbus Web and I want thembacki am no longer happy to sign as Patricia Patricia Francis-Wilson (Mrs)

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There has been an unfortunate incident with an intermediate certificate last month that had expired recently and this certificate was used to verify the signatures of extensions hosted on the Add-ons website. This expired intermediate certificate caused Firefox to distrust and disable all installed extensions. There have been Firefox updates released to address this issue and it should work properly in current Firefox releases including the Firefox 67 (current is 67.0.4, see Help -> About Firefox).

Do you still see the extensions as installed on the "Add-ons -> Extensions" page (about:addons)?

If you lost personal data then it is possible that a new default-release profile folder has been created. See "Determine if Firefox has created a new profile":

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Note please I use Incredimail as my registered email client please donot say it's their fault - Google TRIES to = d0 you blame opthers

Note please I use Incredimail as my registered email client please donot say it's their fault - Google TRIES to = d0 you blame opthers
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There has been an unfortunate incident with an intermediate certificate last month that had expired recently and this certificate was used to verify the signatures of extensions hosted on the Add-ons website. This expired intermediate certificate caused Firefox to distrust and disable all installed extensions. There have been Firefox updates released to address this issue and it should work properly in current Firefox releases including the Firefox 67 (current is 67.0.4, see Help -> About Firefox).

Do you still see the extensions as installed on the "Add-ons -> Extensions" page (about:addons)?

If you lost personal data then it is possible that a new default-release profile folder has been created. See "Determine if Firefox has created a new profile":

There has been an unfortunate incident with an intermediate certificate last month that had expired recently and this certificate was used to verify the signatures of extensions hosted on the Add-ons website. This expired intermediate certificate caused Firefox to distrust and disable all installed extensions. There have been Firefox updates released to address this issue and it should work properly in current Firefox releases including the Firefox 67 (current is 67.0.4, see Help -> About Firefox). *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/update-firefox-latest-version Do you still see the extensions as installed on the "Add-ons -> Extensions" page (about:addons)? If you lost personal data then it is possible that a new default-release profile folder has been created. See "Determine if Firefox has created a new profile": *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/recover-lost-or-missing-bookmarks
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I have written a reply to the message you sent - a mixture of several errors mostly my own Firefox was NOT really at fault as you have shown and thanks V M so infact call it solved indeed

I have written a reply to the message you sent - a mixture of several errors mostly my own Firefox was NOT really at fault as you have shown and thanks V M so infact call it solved indeed

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