Starting with Pale Moon 29.2.0, the browser no longer supports unmaintained legacy Firefox extensions that are not updated for/targeting Pale Moon directly.
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blocker scan ports

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blocker scan ports

Post by fixmen » 2021-04-18, 05:39

Is it possible to convert this plugin to Palemoon?

https://addons.mozilla.org/pl/firefox/a ... authority/

Or add this function to Pale Moon as in this plugin?

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Re: blocker scan ports

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2021-04-18, 06:52

What plugin?
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Re: blocker scan ports

Post by Night Wing » 2021-04-18, 08:59

@ fixmen

The link which you provided is not to a plugin. The link is to an extension. And if everyone wanted one of their favorite extensions built into Pale Moon, the browser would become very large and bloated in my opinion.
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Re: blocker scan ports

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2021-04-18, 11:31

A WebExtension.
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Re: blocker scan ports

Post by moonbat » 2021-04-19, 04:13

Use a goddamn adblocker to block unwanted javascript instead of an extension for everything. This is the kind of lame technology you prefer to XUL? :roll:
AMO is full of individual use case WebExtension spam like this. For instance, Firefox has had container support for a while now yet you'll find multiple extensions offering 'run site xyz in a container' as though you can't already do that.
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