How do I disable the "Plug-In Check" window from popping up everytime I open my firefox browser? It is totally annoying...thanks
Every time I open firefox browser a very ANNOYING "Plugin Check Window" pops up. My plugins are up to date. I don't want this reminder....PLEASE let me know how to disable it...thanks
In the address bar, type about:config
Click the "I'll be careful, I promise!" button if it appears.
Type "plugin" into the filter box.
Find the entry plugin.scan.plid.all and set it to false.
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You can correct this issue by forcing the file blocklist.xml to update or wait until Firefox updates the file.
That update will remove the severity="0" flags in the file that cause the problem.
- Bug 663722 - The blocklist output is including severity="0" where it shouldn't be
The extra Plugin Check page (or my homepage substitute) stopped appearing at Firefox startup on my PC a day and a half ago. (I waited to see if this problem would remain "fixed" before reporting) I did not do anything to cause the change (all previous efforts had been fruitless)--e.g., all the "about:config" plugin settings are default (except the address for "plugins.update.url." I still have an old Quicktime plugin version. (I did update Flash and Java plugins, but that did not stop the Plugin Check page from appearing.)
Instead of anything I did, I assume Mozilla changed something? If so, thank you. I hope it is fixed on your PCs also.