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The latest firefox 33.0 doesn't display the tamper data plug-in. I need the plug-in for research purposes

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I had to use the tamper data plug-in for my assignment in Software security course. The plug-in has installed correctly but it is not being displayed. Am I doing it any wrong or else is there a problem with the new firefox?

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

Have you been using the Tamper Data extension in an earlier version of Firefox?

Is the problem that there is no visible way to call up or configure Tamper Data? I don't use this extension myself, but generally speaking, you could check the following locations:

(1) Tools menu

To display the classic menu bar temporarily, tap the Alt key. To make it persistent, after tapping Alt, use View > Toolbars > Menu Bar

(2) Developer Tools menu - in case it now integrates here

  • "3-bar" menu button > Developer
  • menu bar: Tools > Web Developer

(3) Unused buttons - in case it has a button that just isn't on any toolbar

Use the Customize feature to check the available buttons and drag to the desired location. See: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.

Can you find a way to run it?

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Have you been using the Tamper Data extension in an earlier version of Firefox?

Is the problem that there is no visible way to call up or configure Tamper Data? I don't use this extension myself, but generally speaking, you could check the following locations:

(1) Tools menu

To display the classic menu bar temporarily, tap the Alt key. To make it persistent, after tapping Alt, use View > Toolbars > Menu Bar

(2) Developer Tools menu - in case it now integrates here

  • "3-bar" menu button > Developer
  • menu bar: Tools > Web Developer

(3) Unused buttons - in case it has a button that just isn't on any toolbar

Use the Customize feature to check the available buttons and drag to the desired location. See: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.

Can you find a way to run it?