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Mozila Firefox is always asking me to click to activate and use plug-ins like Adobe Reader, Flash, Youtube videos and other plug-ins which it never did before.
I am using Mozilla Firefox and it is now bugging me. After updating it, it is now asking me to always click to activate and use plug-ins like Adobe Reader, Flash, Youtube videosand other plug-ins. I click on activiate all plug-ins but it still asks me to do it each time that I try to use Flash, Adobe Reader, watch a You Tube Video or anything. Why won't Mozilla Firefox automatically actaivate the plug-ins like it used to do. I tried to follow directions on our website for fixing this but it did not work. I am running Windows XP. Please let me know how to fix this. Thank you.
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In the past, to protect you from plugins that have stability or security issues, Firefox could only turn off the problematic plugin. Now Firefox can prevent the plugin from running automatically (which prevents many issues) and then let you choose to run or update the plugin. See Why do I have to click to activate plugins? for more info.
If you'd like to Disable Firefox's Click-to-Play feature,
- Type about:config in the address bar and press Enter.
- Press the big button to bypass the warning.
- In the search box, paste plugins.click_to_play
- In the search results, double-click plugins.click_to_play to set its value to false