bazcaz wrote:It probably won't be long before extension writers update their extensions but until then, the problem of incompatibility can often be overcome by using the 'MR Tech Toolkit' extension. With this operational, right-click on the disabled extensions, choose 'Make Compatible' and restart the browser.
lomaca wrote:I wish I'd left it all alone and kept version 2.9, according to my principle "if it ain't broke don't fix" but no, I had to try the latest, bugger!
AB wrote:lomaca wrote:I wish I'd left it all alone and kept version 2.9, according to my principle "if it ain't broke don't fix" but no, I had to try the latest, bugger!
The way to avoid this angst in the future is to try out new versions using Firefox Portable. You install to a separate folder and the registry is not touched by the portable executable.
Mr David wrote:Incompatible extensions are denoted with a red exclamation mark. Just right click them and there's an option to "Override Compatibility". Just had to work through the incompatibles one at a time, restart, easy as.
lomaca wrote:Did not have any red exclamation marks, only the disabled box.
"Override Compatibility" did not have that option either, otherwise the Mr Tech worked the same as you described.
lomaca wrote:Thanks for the help
Mr David wrote:I have Nightly Tester Tools extension installed as well, maybe that's the difference. More precisely, they are white exclamation marks inside a red spot.
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