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because latest FF does not have 'reload all tabs' I use 56.0.2 when I try to get add ons it says cannot as they are 'corrupt'

how can I get add ons into FF56?

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because latest FF does not have 'reload all tabs' I use 56.0.2 when I try to get add ons it says cannot as they are 'corrupt' how can I get add ons into FF56? Thanks
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FredMcD
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I am still using v54 as my primary.

Legacy Add-on Extension Firefox extensions - index http://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/

I am still using v54 as my primary. Legacy Add-on Extension Firefox extensions - index http://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/
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FredMcD said

I am still using v54 as my primary. Legacy Add-on Extension Firefox extensions - index http://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/

Thanks for that :) unfortunately no skype :(

''FredMcD [[#answer-1244375|said]]'' <blockquote> I am still using v54 as my primary. Legacy Add-on Extension Firefox extensions - index http://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/ </blockquote> Thanks for that :) unfortunately no skype :(
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Tyler Downer
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Firefox 56 is no longer supported, and it is not safe to use. Please update to Firefox 68.0.2 or later.

Firefox 56 is no longer supported, and it is not safe to use. Please update to Firefox 68.0.2 or later.
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cor-el
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See also:

See also: *Switch To Previous Active Tab & Reload All Tabs<br>https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/switch-to-previous-active-tab/
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cor-el said

See also:

Does this 'send' the tabs in the order you have them? What people are finding is that the 2nd tab often gets sent 1st. Playing travian and need 4 tabs sent in the right order. Tried waterfox but same story. Propper order only seems to be with 56.0.2.

Will have a look and try,thanks.

''cor-el [[#answer-1244508|said]]'' <blockquote> See also: *Switch To Previous Active Tab & Reload All Tabs<br>https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/switch-to-previous-active-tab/ </blockquote> Does this 'send' the tabs in the order you have them? What people are finding is that the 2nd tab often gets sent 1st. Playing travian and need 4 tabs sent in the right order. Tried waterfox but same story. Propper order only seems to be with 56.0.2. Will have a look and try,thanks.
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cor-el
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Probably the selected (active) tab is send first. For the others a few request are send is a quick order, possibly with a maximum, and it is up to the website to process these requests and respond. For older Firefox versions this might have been different or you could use an extension or modify network prefs (network.http.max-connections = 900). The same server connection can also be reused, so pages on the same server might load faster. You would refresh each tab manually for maximum control. Some requests/responses can also modify cookies and this can possibly affect further requests.

Probably the selected (active) tab is send first. For the others a few request are send is a quick order, possibly with a maximum, and it is up to the website to process these requests and respond. For older Firefox versions this might have been different or you could use an extension or modify network prefs (network.http.max-connections = 900). The same server connection can also be reused, so pages on the same server might load faster. You would refresh each tab manually for maximum control. Some requests/responses can also modify cookies and this can possibly affect further requests.
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