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Postpone FF Update Nag

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Hi,

when there is a FF update available, I get a little nag window on every FF start and once in a while one big nag window. It is very annoying.

I have app.update.interval set to 3 day. Obviously doesn't work.

I don't want to turn the reminder off.

I also don't want to increase the idle delay state before nag.

What I think is the only logical way to approach this is this: I want a nag right away when the update is available and then get it every once in a while and I want to set this while myself. E.g. next reminder in 2 days, But I don't think this is possible. Or is it?

Thx in advance for any kind help!

Best,

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K

Hi, when there is a FF update available, I get a little nag window on every FF start and once in a while one big nag window. It is very annoying. I have app.update.interval set to 3 day. Obviously doesn't work. I don't want to turn the reminder off. I also don't want to increase the idle delay state before nag. What I think is the only logical way to approach this is this: I want a nag right away when the update is available and then get it every once in a while and I want to set this while myself. E.g. next reminder in 2 days, But I don't think this is possible. Or is it? Thx in advance for any kind help! Best, :) K

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karelt said

What I think is the only logical way to approach this is this: I want a nag right away when the update is available and then get it every once in a while and I want to set this while myself. E.g. next reminder in 2 days, But I don't think this is possible. Or is it?

Hi   !
Why don't you post this suggestion here and see what happens:
https://input.mozilla.org/feedback/firefox
Good luck   !

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app.update.interval - the default value is 43200 - seconds = 12 hours

So for 3 days you could try using 259200 and see if Firefox will honor that number.

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Any particular reason that you are using Firefox 47 when Firefox 49.0.2 is the current Release version?

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I am using that.

the-edmeister said

app.update.interval - the default value is 43200 - seconds = 12 hours So for 3 days you could try using 259200 and see if Firefox will honor that number.
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47.0.2, not 49.0.2

window for add-on developers to update when necessary.

the-edmeister said

Any particular reason that you are using Firefox 47 when Firefox 49.0.2 is the current Release version?