I love the way PM doesn't follow instructions

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I love the way PM doesn't follow instructions

Unread post by Arbyheretoo » 2018-11-09, 02:40

Is there another Firefox imitator? I hope so. PM stinks! I just love the way it doesn't follow instructions. I'm trying to look at my pay stubs online and PM blocks the pop ups (my pay stubs). Of course it asks me what to do about them. I then instruct PM to allow the pop ups, which instruction it ignores.

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Re: I love the way PM doesn't follow instructions

Unread post by doofy » 2018-11-09, 02:47

Arbyheretoo wrote:Is there another Firefox imitator?
Waterfox

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Re: I love the way PM doesn't follow instructions

Unread post by Isengrim » 2018-11-09, 11:00

If you are somehow clearing site preferences, then Pale Moon won't remember your popup choices for this site.
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Re: I love the way PM doesn't follow instructions

Unread post by Moonchild » 2018-11-09, 13:30

Don't let the door hit you on the way out.
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