Can I remove something manually — say in the Profile/xxxx.default/extensions directory? …
OK, now I’ve disabled the extensions… but with AiOS disabled I got what I guess is your full settings panel back, i.e. not with an empty whitelist and with those two boxes checked:
But… it still made no difference: not a sign of your icon, YouTube videos start without being asked. And now there is a further problem, after I reactivated AiOS: once I open your Flash Control panel, it won’t let me close the sidebar again, either using the x, F4 (default in AiOS), or hovering out of it (custom setting in AiOS). Moreover, if I open other items in the sidebar (say the History or the Bookmarks), when I try to quit these with one of the methods above, your panel comes back instead, stubbornly.
So right here and now, I had no other choice than to disable Flash Control. Very unfortunate, because I had been making good use of it. I hope you can figure all this out, don’t be afraid to ask (but I’m no programmer).[/quote]
No, you shouldn’t be removing anything manually, that is against all guidelines.
My test the other day yielded the opposite result. Flash Control was already on my system to start with when I installed AIOS. After installation of AIOS, I have no control over the sidebar, I cannot open Flash Control settings panel from the toolbar, could only “manage” it through AIOS. Flash Control can be opened, but the settings are blanked. However, it worked just fine with youtube.
If Flash Control is that much trouble to get it to work with AIOS, I suggest that you uninstall it completely instead of disabling it and leaving it on your system. There are tons of extensions out there, that’s the beauty of Firefox, find one that works with AIOS.
ps: Firefox just upgraded itself to 36.0 today. Developer Edition was actually at 37.xx when I tested AIOS.
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When you right click a video on youtube, does it show you the Flash context menu or the HTML5 menu?[/quote]
From the old support thread.