Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 14860141, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Seems that it will not work in the new version of Firefox :-(. But necessary for me, because the terror of nonsensical cookie warning is unbearable. Seems to be a bug in Firefox or result of the terrible Updates of Firefox :-(. Maybe Chrome?
Developer responseposted a year agoFirefox has some problems with certificates which might prevent extensions from being installed (at least on Android).
Announced here: https://discourse.mozilla.org/c/add-ons
Explained here: https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2019/05/04/update-regarding-add-ons-in-firefox/
News about the issue: https://twitter.com/mozamo
1. go to about:config (enter in address bar of firefox), search for: "xpinstall.signatures.required", set it to "false", restart Firefox. Now you can install extensions again. Make sure to enable signatures again when the problem is fixed.
- by Gordon Dry, a year agoRated 4 out of 5Pale Moon 28.4.1 x64
As soon as the addon was updated to 2.9.9, the browser behaved like a crawl.
Slow. Sluggish. Choppy.
One core full load, so 25% CPU usage all the time.
As soon as I downgraded back to 2.9.8 - issue gone immediately.
And I use this source, because Pale Moon does not support WebExtensions:
See also here:
- by avada, a year agoRated 4 out of 5It breaks websites.
The idea is good, however it seems like it plainly hides the cookie warnings instead of accepting them.
This results in websites that are unusable. You click elements that don't react, you try to scroll but it won't work, etc. You refresh maybe thinking maybe something didn't load correctly, but nothing you do will fix the website, but disabling this addon and accepting the cookie notification.
It caused great frustration initially when I had no idea why can't use a website.
Turns out I didn't even have the latest version because for some reason the minimum version is now 57. So in browser updates won't work on v56 that I use.
Now I reported them.
Developer responseposted a year agoDid you report those websites? If not, report them, please.
Websites implement cookie warnings in literally tens of thousands of ways, so cathing them all is quite a task.
EDIT: Try now, please. I have enabled support for FF 56, although some (options related) features may not work properly.