"Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

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Katie Boundary
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"Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby Katie Boundary » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 03:24

Like i said in another thread. Cookie Masters has a tendency to make my whole computer extremely unstable for as long as I have Pale Moon open. More recently, it has started causing other unwanted behavior, such as spontaneously disabling my wifi adapter at random times. I don't even understand how a browser plugin can do that.

Is there a way I can contact riiis about these problems?

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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby helloimustbegoing » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 03:29

Send him a private message (link in the upper right hand corner, next to Notifications). BTW, this is not a plug-in, it's an extension, so this is posted in the wrong board.

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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby riiis » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 04:00

Katie Boundary wrote:I don't even understand how a browser plugin can do that.

It can't. But to fix anyway, find Cookie Masters in Add-ons Manager. Click the "Remove" button.

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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby RJARRRPCGP » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 06:35

Katie Boundary wrote:More recently, it has started causing other unwanted behavior, such as spontaneously disabling my wifi adapter at random times. I don't even understand how a browser plugin can do that.

Why would your wifi get disabled??? Sounds like a malware...

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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby tooshorttoolong » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 10:42

It does sound extremely unlikely that a browser addon can cause these issues. Maybe a problem with your power supply?

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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby Katie Boundary » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 15:42

helloimustbegoing wrote:BTW, this is not a plug-in, it's an extension, so this is posted in the wrong board.


What's the difference?

riiis wrote:to fix anyway, find Cookie Masters in Add-ons Manager. Click the "Remove" button.


Oh, hey! I didn't realize that you were a member of these forums. I guess this thread saves me the trouble of trying to contact you directly.

I had already taken the liberty of removing CM by the time I posted this thread. However, this leaves me back at square one regarding my cookie situation. I'd strongly prefer that the stability issues with CM be fixed.

tooshorttoolong wrote:It does sound extremely unlikely that a browser addon can cause these issues. Maybe a problem with your power supply?


Not likely. The problems started right after I installed CM, and haven't happened since I removed it.
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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby JustOff » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 16:09

Katie Boundary wrote:The problems started right after I installed CM, and haven't happened since I removed it.

Maybe your browser is just allergic to vanilla ice cream? ;)
Here are the add-ons I made in a spare time. That was fun!

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Re: "Cookie Masters" is broken as hell

Unread postby Moonchild » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 16:18

Considering that, according to Katie, I "should be deposed as a project leader and replaced", because "I've lost sight of the goals of the Pale Moon project", I think this whole thing now definitely is a case that requires one to call a Wambulance.

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