Any Add-on Software to WARN me when online shops do Auto-Log-Off? Etc.
I have literally endured countless hours of grief over the past years, because sites have become ever more sophisticated, to the point of causing aggravation.
Today, after spending hours figuring out which clothing to buy, then analyzing my shopping cart, a site kept kicking up a message that my phone number doesn't match my billing info. So I thought that either it wasn't accepting my entered promo code, or else that the programmer failed to coordinate correctly with Paypal. Because my phone number certainly DID jive with my billing info & the paypal acct. info.
Furthermore, I sometimes run into forums which automatically time me out, and then I have to login again.
Whether for security reasons or whatever, the programmers who automatically time-out cause countless grief. It's a long story, because I'm then made to endure asinine customer "non"service who are condescending in a drawn-out way, who fail to believe my real issues (because they don't offer a way for me to email or fax them a screenshot), and don't believe me when I tell them that I did everything properly, but yet its either looping or else kicking back unwarranted error msgs. Due to them not enabling sending a screenshot they waste my time by condescendingly telling me that I need to "blah-blah" and then it should work. Or else they say the promo code is wrong, or the phone number is supposed to be numerals and no hyphens.
Basically, they say everything EXCEPT: Are you sure you're still logged in? Are you aware blah-blah is case-sensitive?
So that's why I came here to ask if there's any such Add-On which FLASHES A RED WARNING whenever I get various STUPID error messages.
I.E. the software should detect when a site is giving me an error msg. Whereupon a warning should remind me: PERHAPS THIS SITE AUTOMATICALLY LOGGED YOU OFF, ....OR ELSE PERHAPS IT'S REQUIRING A CASE-SENSITIVE PASSWORD?
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Not that know of.
I never have seen a auto logout site except my bank if take to much time. Still has to be a lot of time.
Would think it is possibly older system and XP and security software not talking as much as site would like. (the stuff never see or look for, packets or pings through network card) Is possible could get a newer Driver if look in Device Manager at Network Card and click the first one listed take Name of card, Check Version # in properties of Driver and search Maker of he card there maybe a update for it if have never done so before. It may help.
It shows you are Running ver 52 here. If that is correct then should be on the ESR Version of 52.5.2 ESR https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/ Note : Legacy Extensions will be deleted or removed in any version update after May 2018.
You should make a backup of your Profile before and just because: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/back-and-restore-information-firefox-profiles
Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.
I'm not sure what you mean.
The truth is, that I don't have issues with most sites. I.E. when I browse/buy on Amazon or even the VERY slow Walmart, it's fine (other than UPS delivery problems!
But I did have issues with that womens clothing site. OK, look, i'll spill the beans for practical purposes. The aforementioned site is Blair. Now that i've spilled the beans, perhaps you can let me know if you, too, experience issues with that site? Or is it that their programmer didn't coordinate properly with PayPal, and therefore they erroneously log me off?
The best way to get to the bottom of this, would be if a few PayPal users who are reading this, would test it, by so-called "buying" stuff on Blair, and then immediately cancelling the order (if possible.
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