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About QuickJava

QuickJava is a Firefox extension that allows you to easily enable/disable Java, JavaScript, Images, Flash and more directly from the toolbar and/or status bar! (Need help?)

Sunday, August 21, 2016

New Version 2.1.0

Just a quick post to note the changes in 2.1.0 (Pending Review):
  • Add WebGL Support
  • Add WebRTC Support
  • Move preferences to extensions branch (request by Mozilla team)
  • Fix CSS toggle bugs
  • Fix Options 'Reset' buttons bug
  • Fix install/new version web page
  • Add jp locale provided by Hideki
Note: This update may still be pending review by the Mozilla team. If you don't see it available yet, please wait a few days and try again.

12 comments:

  1. its a litle bit strange that youre asking me support?

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    1. I'm not sure I understand your question. If you're talking about the "Donate" link then you're welcome to use the plugin without donating. People were asking how to contribute so I put the link there. I'm just as happy with a great review as I am with a donation :)

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    2. Are you native English speaker, if not, like I did, you might have misunderstood the tittle.
      Support homepage of quick java-

      Not:
      Support quick java, which oddly, that´s what i read when i first skimmed through.

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  2. Thanks for the plug-in. It's indispensable
    PG

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  3. This program is a menace. The interface is cryptic. It turned off javascript and flash and heaven knows what else, but when I disabled QJ (FF restart required), it did not restore any of the settings. I'm contemplating a complete removal then reinstall of FF. NoScript worked well enough for my purposes. Funniest thing, I don't even remember installing QJ !

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    1. QJ only changes settings on user interaction. If you turn something off or on it would be dangerous for the extension to change it on uninstall without the end user knowing. I'm glad you found another extension that better fits your needs.

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  4. Mozilla's own instructions for toggling JavaScript are incomprehensible. I was able to restore it using this: http://pchelp.ricmedia.com/enable-disable-javascript-mozilla-firefox-win/ and got flash back by editing the value of plugin.state.flash from 0 (off) to 2 (on). Now I am no longer contemplating a complete FF reinstall.

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    1. QJ does not modify plugin.state.flash at all, so it sounds like you had other issues. Glad you got them resolved.

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  5. how can I prevent the opening of the page support homepage of java quick to every opening firefox?
    I use firefox 49.0.1
    thank you
    enrico

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    1. It definitely shouldn't be doing this. Sounds like there's an issue with your installation.

      Can you please open a new tab, put about:config in the URL bar and hit enter. If it prompts you about being careful then say you'll be careful or whatever the ok prompt is. Put "extensions.thatoneguydotnet.QuickJava.curVersion" in the search and tell me what is in the "Value" column for that item? Thanks.

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  6. extensions.thatoneguydotnet.QuickJava.curVersion;2.1.0

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    1. Well, that's the right value so it shouldn't be doing that. I just uploaded a version 2.1.2 that should remove the new version popup. If a future version starts opening the popup again (I do that for pretty major changes), and it has the issue again then I've added some information to the url that opens to try to help me resolve it so just let me know :)

      Thanks for your help on this.

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