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Add-on development - ajaxStop

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Hi, I developed a simple Add-on, based on jQuery. Unfortzunately, it seems "ajaxStop()" does consistently not work as expected (at all). Any tips on what to consider to get ajaxStop to succesfully trigger my registered eventhandlers? Thanks

PS off topic: the "developer" area of Mozilla is quite painful to handle and reach. I'm always pushed/forwarded back over here. Also the sophisticated 2way-auth seems a bit overkill for posting on a forum .

Hi, I developed a simple Add-on, based on jQuery. Unfortzunately, it seems "ajaxStop()" does consistently not work as expected (at all). Any tips on what to consider to get ajaxStop to succesfully trigger my registered eventhandlers? Thanks PS off topic: the "developer" area of Mozilla is quite painful to handle and reach. I'm always pushed/forwarded back over here. Also the sophisticated 2way-auth seems a bit overkill for posting on a forum .

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Add-on questions should be posted in the add-ons forum; https://discourse.mozilla-community.org/c/add-ons

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Add-on questions should be posted in the add-ons forum; https://discourse.mozilla-community.org/c/add-ons

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Thanks, that's what I was looking for. Mozilla Website structure is so intransparent to me.