When an Add On is Disabled , is it still able to "Access your data for all websites" in any way ?
So 'Access All' is a big Permission to live with so I hope to understand what Disabled means before I am comfortable installing Add On X and relying on Disable when doing anything sensitive like setting up a new username passwords etc.
So my question is : If you have 3 FF windows open with 30 active tabs and then you decide to Disable each Extension (Ctrl+Shift+A > 3dots > Disable) , will any add-on code keep operating in the background on any existing or new tabs ?
When disabled, the add-on should stop working. However, some require the browser be restarted to take effect. You would be notified in that case.Read this answer in context 1
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When disabled, the add-on should stop working. However, some require the browser be restarted to take effect. You would be notified in that case.
Thanks Fred its folks like you that make FF what it is !
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