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Attention English is not my mother tongue. So I'll be in my basic communication. How to prevent the bar from appearing? http://getwebb.org/d/r0LLeoBw
I tried with plugins.notifyMissingFlash and plugins.hideMissingPluginsNotification but nothing happens.
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You can use your mother tongue if you wish.
I don't understand the printing, but I think the notice is asking you if you want to enable the Flash Player. Do you know how to turn it on?
It depends on whether you want Flash enabled or not:
- Tools (or ) > Add-ons > Plugins
For Flash, select "Always Activate", or "Never Activate".
My French is not very good, but: En français:
- Outils (ou ) > Modules complémentaires > Plugins
Pour Shockwave Flash, choisir "Toujours activer", ou "Ne jamais activer"
@ FredMcD I wish that the bar does not appear precisely.
@ CoryMH I know this technique, but it does not work. The bar in question still appears. That's why I think a command in the about:config
What is the name of this bar?
Would this article help you?
- How to fix preferences that won't save
I am afraid I am not sure which about:config setting you would need to change. The only other way I know to change these plugin settings would be to click the icon beside your web link (see screenshot) and click "More Information"/"Plus d'informations", and select the Permissions tab.
You can inspect and manage permissions for the domain in the currently selected tab via these steps:
- Click the "Site Identity Button" (globe/padlock) on the location/address bar
- Click "More Information" to open "Tools > Page Info" with the Security tab selected
- Go to the Permissions tab (Tools > Page Info > Permissions) to check the permissions for the domain in the currently selected tab
In fact, what I was looking for, it is a permanent solution. Because I have this bar on several sites.
I thought there was a way to say: do not display this bar, no matter what.
Thank you for being stopped for a moment on this technical issue.
If you create a new Firefox profile, and "Always Activate" Flash in your about:addons page, does the bar still keep appearing? See the article Profile Manager - Create, remove, or switch Firefox profiles for information on how to create a new profile.
If the bar never appears in the new profile, then you will need to refer to the How to fix preferences that won't save I posted earlier as your preferences are not being saved.
This is what the page should look like.
autoriser = authorize
Press this button
@ CoryMH No, with the activated plugin, I do not have this bar. A new profile does not change anything.
@ FredMcD I want to allow flash videos only when I want. I do not want that videos start immediately I would choose preferably HTLM5. The advantage of not enable Flash plugin is that the flash ads no longer appear.
Thank you for all the answers, but this is not at all what I want. I thought there was an order to prevent the bar without using extensions.
PaleMoon, for example, does not have this problem. I guess they had to act userChrome.css.
I do not want to overload my web browser with extensions.
You shouldn't get a notification bar like your screenshot shows, but instead a pop-up should open if you click the notification icon that shows on the at the left end of the location bar.
Start Firefox in Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions (Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions) or if hardware acceleration is causing the problem.
- Switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance
- Do NOT click the Reset button on the Safe Mode start window
I have the same problem with Firefox Portable, without any extension, without personas,
Thank you for being looked at the problem.
I finally found the answer ! In the new Firefox, they removed the command line : - plugins.hide_infobar_for_blocked_plugin - plugins.hide_infobar_for_outdated_plugin
If, by chance, a programmer goes through here, might consider to address them? I would be grateful.
Thank you to everyone who responded.
Hi Maleficent, I suspect that removed preference is not coming back.
Did you install the extension or make the style rule change?
I do not want to install extensions, as this overload Firefox. I find it irrational to have removed these 2 control lines, but I'll bring myself to make use this extension.
It is as with links, open a link in a new tab, open a new tab with bookmaks, why make use of extensions, while it would be enough to do the necessary in Firefox. Especially since it is the minium that one can expect from a browser.
Well, this is not the end of the world !
Hi Maleficent, I'm not sure why you need an extension to open a link or bookmark in a new tab. You can use these methods:
- middle-click (scroll wheel or middle mouse button)
- right-click > Open in New Tab
(Links that run scripts may bypass this instruction or open blank tabs.)
If you mean that you would like a built-in option to always open all links and bookmarks in a new tab, you can submit feature suggestions here: