Re: Firefox - Disabling Extensions w/o Running
On 12/11/05, Patrick Wiseman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 12/11/05, Kenneth Jacker <email@example.com> wrote:
pw> That's sort of the point of safe mode, isn't it? You can
pw> uninstall extensions while in safe mode, and then try to start firefox.
Now I get it!
I did look at the "extensions" window while in "safe mode", but didn't
realize each entry was, in fact, usable since everything was grayed out.
So, I'll now remove "likely candidates", and restart 'firefox'.
The best way to do that, actually, is to right-cllck on suspect
extensions, and select 'Disable'. That way, if it's not the
offender, it's easy to re-enable it. Disable all the suspect
ones, and then re-enable one by one, going from safemode to regular
mode each time. A bit of a pain, but effective!
Well, I thought you could do that, but apparently 'Disable' is not an
option in safemode because they're disabled already; so uninstall is
the only option.
Sorry to mislead.