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How to disable the add-on, "Classic Theme Restorer"?

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I've read the article at <https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/disable-or-remove-add-ons>, and found the add-on under "Appearance" add-ons, but there isn't any button or whatever to either disable or turn off "Classic Theme Restorer".

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CTR would normally appear under the Extensions tab. What you see under Appearance would be lightweight themes (background images for the toolbar area) or complete themes.

Can you attach a screenshot?

See also:

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Hi   !
Would you take a look at the article :
Cannot remove an add-on (extension or theme)
Especially the section :   'Uninstalling manually'.

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What would you like a screenshot of?

I've uploaded the mention of the add-on. Surely this is the only one named "Classic Theme Restorer"?

The image is from <https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/extensions/appearance/>

This "Classic Theme Restorer" link gets me to the problem page, which has no disable or remove buttons.

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@Happy12

about:plugins lists only 2 plugins:

OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc. and Widevine Content Decryption Module provided by Google Inc.

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FFzuki7 said

@Happy12 about:plugins lists only 2 plugins: OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc. and Widevine Content Decryption Module provided by Google Inc.

How about :   Add-ons => Extensions   ?

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@Happy12

Not sure what you mean by "Add-ons => Extensions".

But "about:extensions" gets me "The address isn’t valid"

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With Add-ons => Extensions I meant : 3-bar menu => Add-ons => Extensions, which makes no sense, as Classic Theme Restorer is installed in Appearance (sorry   !)
As I never used CTR , I have no way to check if and how the add-on can be disabled. Classic Theme Restorer will however stop working in November, see :
About this Add-on This add-on will stop working when Firefox 57 arrives in November 2017 and Mozilla drops support for XUL / XPCOM / legacy add-ons. It should still work on Firefox 52 ESR until ESR moves to Firefox 59 ESR in 2018 (~Q2).
Also see :
https://www.ghacks.net/2017/03/08/the-death-of-classic-theme-restorer-for-firefox/

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The address of the page that shows your installed extensions is about:addons

You posted a screenshot of the Add-ons website and that doesn't show installed extensions, but shows a list of extensions that you can consider to install. If you only see CTR on the Add-ons website and do not have this extension installed then there shouldn't be any problem.

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Yes, about:addons and selecting "extensions" in the left hand column does show a list of extensions I've installed.

See the attached screen shot of the list before I disabled CTR.

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FFzuki7 said

Yes, about:addons and selecting "extensions" in the left hand column does show a list of extensions I've installed. See the attached screen shot of the list before I disabled CTR.

In your first post you say :

there isn't any button or whatever to either disable or turn off "Classic Theme Restorer"   ..........   (?)

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You can click the Remove button next to CTR to remove the CTR extension if you haven't done this yet. :wink:

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Thanks to you guys I'm gradually making my way around Mozilla World.