It feels like Vimperator does so many impractical things almost tongue-in-cheek, just to show how cool it is that they're theoretically possible. I follow a three step model: 1. Just install, configure, and go. For technical users, uMatrix' interface is an amazing achievement in, effectively, managing application firewall rules. You must approve new permissions before the updated version will install.
I would suspect it's sniffing for the window-size suddenly changing in certain ways, perhaps along with watching for the normal dev-tools keyboard shortcuts via keydown listeners. I have been following this myself by encouraging people to use Firefox and by showing them some great extensions to have. Still there are many things I miss about Firefox, not to mention supporting that community and the browser I've used for well over a decade including back when it was Phoenix, the original Mozilla and the old Netscape 6 that proceeded them. The default behavior of uBlock Origin when newly installed is to block ads, trackers and malware sites -- through , , , various lists of , and uBlock Origin's. The prompt requests permission to store unlimited amounts of data. I'm using fork when eating pasta.
Write some stuff and save and quit. I've also disabled all my other add-ins when doing this, so it's not some weird interaction between add-ins. Enable it again, and new pages won't load. If you downloaded and installed the binary package from the , simply remove the folder firefox in your home directory. Try it on for instance.
Either dump NoScript or uBlock Origin. The person who figured this out probably opened them via menu and had dev tools in another window, so the evil folks couldn't detect the resize. You can use the mouse to right click as well. ~Pj Thank you for the information. With the appropriate extension this can be made seemless. It's the kind of tinker-y addon that lets you do almost anything that is typical for Firefox.
Yes gwarser, I was aware of this problem with webext storage. However very few suggestions show up. What can I try besides getting rid of uBlock Origin? Ah, you may be on to something, as I, too, have uBlock Origin and have certain page loading problems since the 66. . In my experience, Firefox extensions have also historically been of better quality and reliability compared to Chrome extensions. Ever since updating to Firefox v 66, the browser won't load webpages until I disable ublock origin in the add-ins page. So if ever you really do want to contribute something, think about the people working hard to maintain the filter lists you are using, which were made available to use by all for free.
Input box now contains contents of emacs buffer. Enough so that I've just decided to ditch Firefox even before interesting extensions go south. To me, the best feature of Firefox compared to Chromium both out of the box, no extensions. I do not find FireFox good right now. It must detect uBlock Origin is already installed. Perhaps the biggest reason I use Firefox is for Tree Style Tabs. How do you forcefully enable it? In fact, when using keyboard shortcuts in the better these days, I have a habit of hitting alt+D first to get to the address bar first Outlook likes to hijack browser shortcuts like Ctrl+n , in which case the website shouldn't know I'm pressing anything at all.
This can also be done simply by resorting to the button you are prompted with once you click its icon in the toolbar. The update won't be installed if you select cancel. Configure as you wish: picture shows 3rd-party scripts and frames blocked by default everywhere Visit the for documentation. I have a lot of websites I need to return to and in Chrome I end up searching on Google far more than I should. This will help us to visualize the problem. It also functions as a pop up blocker and helps protect against some forms of malware. ~Pj Pj Mike109 Where did you find it? Maybe my mental capacity is too limited, but as far as I could tell it didn't get me one iota closer to my goal.
I am new to this Discourse site and find it very difficult to understand. To do a clean reinstall of Firefox, please follow these steps: Note: You might want to print these steps or view them in another browser. For example, the move from legacy add-ons to WebExtensions is surely one less maintenance burden for Mozilla. However very few suggestions show up. The change has no impact on the functionality of the extension at this point. Thanks, this worked for me. That was the practical result of the change we're talking about for this user, regardless of any theoretical benefits elsewhere or any theoretical ability to provide equivalent functionality within the new architecture.