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fascist style control of addons is a bad thing and prevents dev's from getting there add-ons out there.

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fascist style control of addons is a bad thing and prevents dev's from getting there add-ons out there.

doing this will only stifle creativity and prevent new addons from being made.

fascist style control of addons is a bad thing and prevents dev's from getting there add-ons out there. doing this will only stifle creativity and prevent new addons from being made.

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fascist style control of addons is a bad thing and prevents dev's from getting there add-ons out there. doing this will only stifle creativity and prevent new addons from being made.

How does this strike you? https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2015/08/21/the-future-of-developing-firefox-add-ons/

"We are implementing a new extension API, called WebExtensions ..."

The current extensions infrastructure will be gone and along with it will be the current extensibility advantage that Firefox has had over Chrome and Opera. Kind of like trading "fascism" for "communism".

So by the end of next year we may be moaning over something a lot larger that the current "signing" minor schism or "bump in the road".

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This doesn't sound like a support question. You can give feedback on the current Firefox and request changes for future versions on the following site:

https://input.mozilla.org/feedback/firefox

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Heavyoak said

fascist style control of addons is a bad thing and prevents dev's from getting there add-ons out there. doing this will only stifle creativity and prevent new addons from being made.

How does this strike you? https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2015/08/21/the-future-of-developing-firefox-add-ons/

"We are implementing a new extension API, called WebExtensions ..."

The current extensions infrastructure will be gone and along with it will be the current extensibility advantage that Firefox has had over Chrome and Opera. Kind of like trading "fascism" for "communism".

So by the end of next year we may be moaning over something a lot larger that the current "signing" minor schism or "bump in the road".

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so there going to force over a change to unreliable javascript because they hate everyone...


wow... just wow.

time to see if I can transfer over all my current firefox stuff to pale moon.

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Mozilla is on a mission - a mission to make Firefox great or dead. I think they may succeed with the latter.

You may want to look into SeaMonkey and try the SeaFox extension on it, which make it look more like the most recent versions of Firefox (but sans the signing 'feature' and the 'new' Search Bar scheme).

IMO, PaleMoon uses the absolute worst UI that Mozilla ever came up with for Firefox. It was like they didn't have the guts to make a proper Firefox button for all the menu items; sometimes users had to open both the orange Firefox button and show the Menu bar to find the option / preference that they wanted to access.