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Old 03-30-2018, 11:22 AM   #19
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andrew: and thanks for your instructions I didn't have to pondering anything.
I'm glad it went smoothly! '-}}

>>the addons from the Internet. They are still available.

Yes...many of them still are but a couple I use are no longer available and that's when I discovered that one can just copy the addons from another FF install's "extensions" folder to the new FF "extensions" folder. The tricky bit is that most of the addons in the "extensions" folder do not have meaningful names and it's tricky to figure out which one is which--you can't change the name of the addon in the "extensions" folder as it will no longer work.

Here's a list of the starting codes/numbers/letters and which addons they are for the addons I use:

45d8ff86 = Cookie Monster

3205B348 = Old Location Bar

B17C1C5A = Password Exporter

d10d0bf8 = Adblock Plus

d40f5e7b = Better Privacy

e968fc70 = User Agent Switcher

016acf6d = Adblockplus

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