Re: do you find old firefox is better than new one?
On Wed, 19 Dec 2018 12:54:22 -0500
Stefan Monnier <email@example.com> wrote:
> > That's a notification from Firefox that you're accessing a site that
> > requires DRM. Since you have DRM turned off, you're going to get this
> > notification. You could disable ALL notifications. Or don't access
> > sites that require DRM.
> It's too easy to click it by mistake.
> I want to turn off not just the misfeature but also the popup.
I'm sure there is a way. Something similar occurred with Google Chrome
a couple years ago: Everytime the particular version was started, you
got a notification "This version no longer supported. Upgrade" or some
such. Upgrading to a newer version wasn't possible. Anyway, the
solution to turning it off was in Chrome's config file. I'll bet
Firefox's DRM nag is the same way.
Check the web or Mozilla/Firefox's web site community help support.
Or email Firefox developers directly.
Firefox is my secondary browser used only on sites where Chrome won't
work properly. So I have minimal experience with Firefox's
about:config. You'll have to find the solution yourself.