- Rated 4 out of 5by Peek, a year agoAuto-download doesn't work. I had to use the inspector tool on the addon pop-up webpage, download the .dat file and rename the extention to .exe I could then install the addon.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Dimas, 4 years agoHow can I install this addon silently? I mean without loading nativeinstall.html and without the successful confirmation message after installing the helper. Thx .
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 14033922, 6 years agoAll works great!
BUT! After release Firefox 60 with support Group Policy, in our enterprise intranet we install Firefox how default web browser, and for run clickonce application we use this plugin... By group policy now we can install plugin automate... but... when this plugin install him automatically open nativeinstall.html and try to save .exe file
Can you create 2nd version of this plugin for "silent" install, e.g. plugin without html help and .dat (exe) file.
Exe file we install separattely by group policy windows.
I try to just cut off some file from xpi, and change some file for skip help files and saving exe files, but firefox don't install my new .xpi... I think because him not signatures
- Rated 4 out of 5by Drag Den, 6 years agoWhile this addon worked flawlessly for me, its companion app is suspicious: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/53ac3dd47adbcf28e96ff6ba4e34af8fc7ea65bc3825df74856d36ac7b14562e/detection
Developer responseposted 6 years agoThis addon needs the companion app to work. There are false positives due to the heuristics used by the antivirus. This software is safe and Mozilla has the source code. A new version (1.3.0) will be listed soon to avoid the false positives.