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    Default Re: Firefox issue

    My Firefox Ver 98.0.0 still not available .... mine is still 97.0.2

    Somehow, I don't whether it's Youtube or Firefox problem:

    Youtube 's AutoPlay is playing up, when I turned OFF autoplay, it only lasts for the current session. when I close Youtube and restart another session, the autoplay is automatically started. I have to manually turn it to OFF everything I launch Youtube.

    What you guys reckon? It's Youtube or Firefox?

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    Default Re: Firefox issue

    For weird things like that, try clearing your cookies etc for Youtube, restart the browser, and try logging in again
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    Clearing the cookies fixed it.
    Youtube is aware of the problem, it seems.

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    Default Re: Firefox issue

    Quote Originally Posted by zqwerty View Post
    Firefox version 98.0.0 out today.
    MIne is 99.0.1
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    Firefox version 100.00 out today.
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    Mine still version 99.01

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    100.00 came out last night so may take a bit of time to update, you can go into Help/About Firefox and /Check for Updates.
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    My FF says 101.0
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    I just migrated 4 PCs from Chrome to Firefox because most were getting impossible to use with the newest updates. These machines all on Win7 I suffer Win10 at work so have little desire to keep up and buy new gear.

    I thought I'd prevent auto updates to avoid the same problem, searched a supposed method involving type "about:config" in the browser then type "app.update.auto" in a search box and toggle to false

    However this procedure from 2021 is not quite exactly what is available to change and I have so far also toggled "app.update.enabled" & "app.update.staging" to false in effort to make a useful change.

    Regular as clockwork the browser keeps asking if I wish to install the new update available or dismiss.

    I realise that holding off may not work for long, should I cave in and just let it auto update or have I missed something in trying to stop the alert popups from beating me into submission?

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