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How to delete these notifications that appear when screenshots are taken

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Hello,

I want to permanently remove these notifications by whatever means necessary.

This is the same issue that was[[ previously discussed here.|https://support.mozilla.org/no/questions/1237229]] previously discussed here. However, the chosen solution is only a temporary workaround, I am only interested in a permanent fix. I have dom.webnotifications.enabled set to false yet these notifications still appear. Is it possible to disable them using a policies.json file?

Hello, I want to permanently remove these notifications by whatever means necessary. This is the same issue that was[[ previously discussed here.|https://support.mozilla.org/no/questions/1237229]] previously discussed here. However, the chosen solution is only a temporary workaround, I am only interested in a permanent fix. I have dom.webnotifications.enabled set to false yet these notifications still appear. Is it possible to disable them using a policies.json file?

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Settings now contains options to allow or block notifications and to block future requests. Look at the Privacy & Security page under Permissions. For a particular site you can also use the Page Info window (ctl+i) when on the site. You could look at github and searchfox for policies.json files.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-page-info-window

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Terry said

Settings now contains options to allow or block notifications and to block future requests. Look at the Privacy & Security page under Permissions. For a particular site you can also use the Page Info window (ctl+i) when on the site. You could look at github and searchfox for policies.json files. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-page-info-window

How do I look for policies on my own? I know how to create the file and copy and paste the code, but don't know where to look for it. I have updates disabled which requires me to manually download the new version online, so it's kind of a pain for me to update atm. Wish firefox which just allow an easy way to disable updates but nope, they have to appeal to simpletons.

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OK, I'll post links. Because they are 'external' links, they have to be moderated (which will take an indeterminate time) so I'll put them in a separate reply.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customizing-firefox-using-group-policy-windows

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Terry said

OK, I'll post links. Because they are 'external' links, they have to be moderated (which will take an indeterminate time) so I'll put them in a separate reply. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customizing-firefox-using-group-policy-windows

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customizing-firefox-using-group-policy-windows

That is for group policy. What I was referring to was implementing a policy through a policies.json file

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Yes, that's the page for policies.json on Windows. I see that it contains the relevant github links.

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These are the links. https://github.com/mozilla/policy-templates https://github.com/mozilla/policy-templates/blob/master/README.md https://searchfox.org/mozilla-central/source/browser/locales/en-US/browser/policies/policies-descriptions.ftl

I just checked these links and I don't see the code to block notifications globally. The annoying "shot taken" crap that appears on my screen is related to a specific firefox tool that can be added to the toolbar, not a specific website. So without using a third party screenshot add on (which I tried and don't let you draw out the area you wish to capture), I am forced to endure annoying notifications that sometimes don't go away on their own. Its sad how firefox thought it would actually be a good idea to only offer the setting to disable notifications temporarily (in a hard to reach spot through the settings menu), than allowing notifications to be permanently disabled. I shouldn't have to be a computer programmer in order to surf the web in peace.

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You can file an enhancement bug on Bugzilla (Firefox::Screenshots) as that is where it is currently handled.

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Settings now contains options to allow or block notifications and to block future requests. Look at the Privacy & Security page under Permissions. For a particular site you can also use the Page Info window (ctl+i) when on the site. You could look at github and searchfox for policies.json files. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-page-info-window

I accidentally marked this as a chosen solution when attempting to quote. This does not work for the screenshot notifications, as they are not notifications pushed by a website. If you read my whole post you would have known that.

I need to be able to disable notifications PERMANENTLY. I DON'T WANT to be notified about USELESS things like the fact that a screenshot has been copied to my clipboard! This cannot be done through a setting in about:config because I already tried, so I need to know how it can be done through a policy.

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https://github.com/mozilla/policy-templates https://github.com/mozilla/policy-templates/blob/master/README.md https://searchfox.org/mozilla-central/source/browser/locales/en-US/browser/policies/policies-descriptions.ftl

These links do not contain the policy needed to notifications as a whole. I only see policies to disable notifications from websites, which was already mentioned by the first comment. Why on earth is a simple preference involve such a time straining effort to impose?? It seems that this official support group doesn't actually have any advanced users that don't just regurgitate useless information like the Microsoft forum does.

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