I updated to Firefox 48 today, even though I KNEW it was going to cause problems, simply because mail.com didn't work in Firefox 42 (which only came out earlier this morn… (read more)
I updated to Firefox 48 today, even though I KNEW it was going to cause problems, simply because mail.com didn't work in Firefox 42 (which only came out earlier this morning because "rapid release" is a euphemism for "Every build sucks so much, we have to replace it ASAP"), and it broke a bunch of my extensions (including some absolutely necessary ones) due to the fact they were not "verified."
Now, I solved this problem before by disabling extension verification in Firefox 42. It's still disabled, but apparently Mozilla are run by fascist Nazis who have ignored my Facebook comments, hung up on me when I tried to call them, and blocked my phone number. Firefox will do anything in their power to prevent these add-ons from working as they're supposed to. They'll probably even delete this help thread. Mozilla just hates freedom.
So, can somebody please tell me how to re-enable extensions that work just fine but aren't "verified"?
I have attached a screenshot which will rule out the most likely answer. But seeing as how Firefox 48 literally just came out ten seconds ago, and Firefox 49 will be out before I publish this, I really hope someone has figured it out.
I commend anyone who tries to help here, as you are risking getting permabanned by Mozilla. They don't want anyone to know, and have been going out of their way to deliberately and maliciously break solutions that have worked in earlier builds.