Lars wrote:As LastPass doesn't support Beta versions of any browser, all you can do for now, is revert back to a stable release.
Lars wrote:Explain to me how you would require LastPass (or any other developer for that matter) to fully support beta/nightly versions of, in this case, Firefox?
They have no idea what changes is being made to the beta/nightly as they are being distributed. They need to get a hold of it first and then see what changes needs to be made to LastPass, before any support can be guaranteed. In a lot of instances LastPass do run smoothly on beta/nightly, but unfortunately not in this case.
You can continue using a stable release of Firefox for production and run your Nightly for development.
Btw, how can this normal cycle of software development, be appalling??
AndrzejL wrote:To solve this problem You need to disable extension compatibility check in Nightly / Aurora. To disable extension compatibility checking on trunk builds type in about:config in the address bar. Then click "I will be careful I promise" then -> right-click in page -> new -> boolean -> extensions.checkCompatibility.nightly -> false. For Aurora use extensions.checkCompatibility.aurora
LastPass is working just fine as always.
AndrzejL wrote:Since I moved her to Linux and she no longer gets infected every second day she does not mind me experimenting on her machine.
Lars wrote:So a change to your Firefox solved the problem.. Go figure.
Lars wrote:I've used PC's since 1981 and Windows since version 3.1 (equals many years); and in all that time I have never had as much as a single virus on my machine. I don't understand what it is people do, to attract so many problems.. I guess common sense isn't that common after all.. or maybe it's just because I'm just very focused on security in general.
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