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Unsigned plugin, dotEpub, won't show even though it says "preceed at your own risk."

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I have the dotEpub plugin installed, and the extension page shows it as unsigned/untrusted. I've used it for a while and I trust it and there seems to be the "option" to proceed at my own risk (which for me is not a risk), but the plugin remains unseen no matter what. So I feel I'm being forced not to use something that I'm fine with using. So how do I "proceed at my own risk?"

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You are using Firefox 41. There is an option to disable the check, but it will be removed in Firefox 42. So you will have a limited time of being able to use unsigned add-ons in Firefox beta and release. You will need to use Nightly, Dev Edition or the soon to be released unbranded version of release to use unsigned add-ons.

It's better to check and make sure there are no updates to your add-ons (that might be signed already) and then bug the developers to sign their add-ons (a simple, automatic process)

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Swarnava Sengupta said

You are using Firefox 41. There is an option to disable the check, but it will be removed in Firefox 42. So you will have a limited time of being able to use unsigned add-ons in Firefox beta and release. You will need to use Nightly, Dev Edition or the soon to be released unbranded version of release to use unsigned add-ons. It's better to check and make sure there are no updates to your add-ons (that might be signed already) and then bug the developers to sign their add-ons (a simple, automatic process)

Thank you. It would have been faster to mention exactly where that option was, but after a while, I found it. Appreciate the help.