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How do I stop the Plugin Check page from appearing?
Firefox 3.6.17, Win2K. Don't laugh at the OS, it just works.
But I get the Plugin Check page every time I start Firefox. It doesn't help, because I have the most recent versions of all my plugins that support Win2K. I just *cannot* update my plugins.
How do I kill off this screen?
Well, you know, short of removing Firefox forever.
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Type about:config in the URL bar and hit Enter.
If you see the warning, you can confirm that you want to access that page.
Pref = plugins.update.notifyUser -- if it shows as True, double-click that pref to toggle it to False
it's already false. If I change it to true, then next time I start Firefox, it goes back to false automatically, and makes no difference to the behaviour
Update to the newest firefox 3.6.xx which at the time of this is .24 works like a charm...so weird