I have been rather hard hit by the storage.sync API limits introduced since Firefox 79.
I assume that person(s) having invented the current enforced
QUOTA_BYTES_PER_ITEM (8192) and
MAX_ITEMS (512) limits live in their own reality that has nothing to do with what actual needs could be. Personally, I had to revert to stone age of manual syncing settings for FoxyProxy and other extensions, thanks to the above.
So the questions:
Is it possible to change the storage destination to my own resources, so that my vile amounts of data stored wouldn’t waste the free storage space generously provided by Mozilla?
If the above is affirmative, can I change, on browser side, the mentioned quota limits (since I can easily afford storing more than 100 data entries per sync - in case of FoxyProxy).