- Noté 1 sur 5Today is October 10/2019. This add-on DOES NOT fix the problem. I have version 52.5.0 32-bit and still CANNOT add new themes!!
- Noté 5 sur 5SERIOUSLY, I was literally SCREAMING at the PC with frustration when I kept getting 'Corrupt Extension' whenever I tried to install extensions I KNEW were okay (used em before).
It's just typical that Mozilla would try to be a NANNY like every other sh--ty modern organisation.
Just like the MORONS at Android that decided they'd prevent us from saving on our OWN SD cards !
PLEASE, stop trying to save all the IDIOTS from the Darwin Award at the expense of MASSIVE INCONVENIENCE to people with half a brain.
STOP BEING NANNIES !
Thank goodness this extenson was created by someone who gave a damn!
- Noté 5 sur 5einfach spitze
- Noté 1 sur 5You did this on yourself Firefox!!!!but at least the non quantum versions don't have to RIP anymore. Thanks for that at least but I'll NEVER use your new Sellout ever ! and if forced to upgrade you might as well use chrome or edge instead of the clone you call quantum may it RIP instead ;)
- Noté 5 sur 5Excellent! I'm a Windows XP holdout for one of my old fav laptops. This fix works perfectly for Firefox 52 ESR. I have my add-ons back and I couldn't be happier. Thanks for going the extra mile for the older versions. I'm a Mozilla fan for life!
- Noté 1 sur 5Not compatible with Firefox Quantum
Preview of Disabled Add-on Fix for Firefox 47 - 56
Disabled Add-on Fix for Firefox 47 - 56 is not compatible with Firefox Quantum
This extension will re-enable extensions that were disabled on May 3, 2019 for Firefox versions 47 - 56.
- Noté 5 sur 5Cette extension fonctionne très bien avec la version 54.0b9 (32 bits): les add-ons installés peuvent à nouveau refonctionner (ils ne sont plus désactivés).
- Noté 5 sur 5Seems to work for 56.0.
- Noté 5 sur 5yes , 56.0.2 is mine, and not Quantum
- Noté 5 sur 5I've been waiting for a fix EXACTLY like this. Which addresses a very specific issue for me: I just can't use the "regular" fix for the current Firefox. And why not, you may ask? Because unless AND until I can get ALL of my Add-ons to be Quantum-compatible, I will NOT update to it (so yes,I'm stuck on 56.0.2). I don't care about all the great things that Quantum is supposed to bring us; my Add-ons are SINGULARLY more important to me than all of that! After all, they constitute the primary reason why I stayed loyal to Firefox for more than a dozen years.
So to be honest, Mozilla, you brought these things upon yourself. But to be fair, for this particular hotfix at least, you have my thanks.
- Noté 5 sur 5bagus ne broo....
- Noté 4 sur 5It works on Firefox 56. Brilliant! Thanks
- Noté 5 sur 5I managed to hack the extensions.json file for the appDisabled and signedState variables for each extension- then had to copy and overwrite that file into my Firefox directory at least once a day when my extensions were automatically disabled. This fix has worked 100% in preventing any continued disabling of my extensions, and I haven't had to take any further action. I've long been using FF56 on Windows 7. I can't exactly say thank you after this nightmare, but am happy this is finally fixed. Hopefully Firefox can come back from this.
- Noté 5 sur 5Works perfectly glad to have all my extensions working again...Thanx to everybody who continue to fix issues we sometimes get...Im on version 56...