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The latest firefox 33.0 doesn't display the tamper data plug-in. I need the plug-in for research purposes

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I had to use the tamper data plug-in for my assignment in Software security course. The plug-in has installed correctly but it is not being displayed. Am I doing it any wrong or else is there a problem with the new firefox?

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Have you been using the Tamper Data extension in an earlier version of Firefox?

Is the problem that there is no visible way to call up or configure Tamper Data? I don't use this extension myself, but generally speaking, you could check the following locations:

(1) Tools menu

To display the classic menu bar temporarily, tap the Alt key. To make it persistent, after tapping Alt, use View > Toolbars > Menu Bar

(2) Developer Tools menu - in case it now integrates here

  • "3-bar" menu button > Developer
  • menu bar: Tools > Web Developer

(3) Unused buttons - in case it has a button that just isn't on any toolbar

Use the Customize feature to check the available buttons and drag to the desired location. See: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.

Can you find a way to run it?

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Have you been using the Tamper Data extension in an earlier version of Firefox?

Is the problem that there is no visible way to call up or configure Tamper Data? I don't use this extension myself, but generally speaking, you could check the following locations:

(1) Tools menu

To display the classic menu bar temporarily, tap the Alt key. To make it persistent, after tapping Alt, use View > Toolbars > Menu Bar

(2) Developer Tools menu - in case it now integrates here

  • "3-bar" menu button > Developer
  • menu bar: Tools > Web Developer

(3) Unused buttons - in case it has a button that just isn't on any toolbar

Use the Customize feature to check the available buttons and drag to the desired location. See: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.

Can you find a way to run it?