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extensions.blocklist.enabled;false

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extensions.blocklist.enabled;false prevents extensions you install personally from being disabled.

if you have a bad one mozilla should instead provide a delete button for that particular plugin that does the actions required to destroy it.

why would anyone since the age of dos remove the yes button from a yes no quit button? maybe cause their stupid enough to take bribes from big-brother corporations?

when in fact long term not acting like a bastard to the end users would give tons of money from the happy users LOOKING for a permanent donate button.

extensions.blocklist.enabled;false prevents extensions you install personally from being disabled. if you have a bad one mozilla should instead provide a delete button for that particular plugin that does the actions required to destroy it. why would anyone since the age of dos remove the yes button from a yes no quit button? maybe cause their stupid enough to take bribes from big-brother corporations? when in fact long term not acting like a bastard to the end users would give tons of money from the happy users LOOKING for a permanent donate button.

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extensions.blocklist.enabled; false - turns off the blocklist by preventing it from being updated

Extensions aren't the same as Plugins, although they are both classified as Add-ons, along with Themes. For the most part, Plugins are installed by external programs and are made available to Firefox via the Windows Registry. Plugins are not installed in the Firefox program files folders, which is the main reason Plugins can't be uninstalled from Firefox, only disabled.

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  • The QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a wide variety of multimedia content in Web pages. For more information, visit the QuickTime Web site.
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launch firefox. run a plugin that DOESNT violate your privacy rights.
a window will popup saying this program DOESNT violate your privacy rights.. were goign to make you usea nag screen till you choose to crash yourself using the new plugin that violates your privacy rights, sees your open source graphics card driver and a fake message from crashme.exe (crss) pretends that your computer left its brain in a closet followed by a forced restart that damages the written memory on your hardrive.

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extensions.blocklist.enabled; false - turns off the blocklist by preventing it from being updated

Extensions aren't the same as Plugins, although they are both classified as Add-ons, along with Themes. For the most part, Plugins are installed by external programs and are made available to Firefox via the Windows Registry. Plugins are not installed in the Firefox program files folders, which is the main reason Plugins can't be uninstalled from Firefox, only disabled.

Donations to Mozilla can be made here: <br /> [https://sendto.mozilla.org/page/contribute/join-mozilla?source=join_link Donate Today | Join Mozilla] '''extensions.blocklist.enabled'''; '''''false''''' - turns off the blocklist by preventing it from being updated Extensions aren't the same as '''Plugins''', although they are both classified as Add-ons, along with Themes. For the most part, Plugins are installed by external programs and are made available to Firefox via the Windows Registry. Plugins are not installed in the Firefox program files folders, which is the main reason Plugins can't be uninstalled ''from'' Firefox, only disabled.

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ive personally uninstalled all types of plugins from firefox manually.

using regedit in windows and searching for the source.

why wont the staff follow suite and make thier own solutions?

if i was part of a dev i would have done this YEARS ago. instead of removing the yes button. preposterous.

ive personally uninstalled all types of plugins from firefox manually. using regedit in windows and searching for the source. why wont the staff follow suite and make thier own solutions? if i was part of a dev i would have done this YEARS ago. instead of removing the yes button. preposterous.