It doesn't matter where I go. Since the Firefox 22.0 update, every since page fires off the following two error boxes--sometimes in multiple sets.
evalInSandbox:Error: Permission denied for <https://facebook.com> to create wrapper for object of class UnnamedClass
Error: Permission denied for <https://facebook.com> to create wrapper for object of class UnnamedClass
I have an active Norton security suite running, and have tried virus checkers on this, but some of my usual sweepers won't work. Lucky me, this is WIndows 8 running on a new Toshiba Satellite S955.
Does anyone have a theory? This is NOT happening with IE, and if it's not happening with Chrome, I'm about ready to abandon my Firefox. It's annoying as %$$^ but I keep expecting an update to fix it. But since I'm posting this, this suggests the problem is unique to my computer. I'm wondering what in my setup might be triggering it?
Yes, it was indeed an extension! I had forgotten about Social Fixer--since it shows in extensions, not add-ons, it didn't show up with the usual suspects. It didn't do what I hoped it would do (suppress ads on Facebook) so I forgot about it instead of disabling it. Then when 22.0 updated, things went nuts.
Thank you! I LOVE my Firefox, with all its great writer-friendly features like universal spell-checking and BBCode. I was reluctant to give it up.