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Comment: Re:How about a huge blinky warning instead? (Score 1) 205

by jorgevillalobos (#39571433) Attached to: Mozilla Blocks Vulnerable Java Versions In Firefox
I'm talking from experience - I work for Mozilla and was partly in charge of the block. Unless you're using a Firefox version older than 3.5, you should see a checkbox next to the plugin name in that window you just mentioned. Unchecking it should prevent the plugin from being disabled.

Comment: Re:How about a huge blinky warning instead? (Score 2) 205

by jorgevillalobos (#39562283) Attached to: Mozilla Blocks Vulnerable Java Versions In Firefox

Instead of Mozilla just fucking DISABLING it, how about adding a huge blinky warning to it?

"Oh, wow. I should upgrade as soon as I get the opportunity." vs "Fuck, it broke!"

That is almost exactly what we did. You get a warning with the option to ignore it and continuing like nothing happened.

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