* Erinn Clark <erinn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2011:09:05 15:01 +0100]: > However, as of Firefox 4, there is a pref called extensions.enabledScopes which > allows you to define the scope of plugins and limit them to things like "just > this profile", "just this app", "just this user", etc. In the current TBBs it > is limited by profile (the most limited and mandatory scope) but it seems to > behave somewhat unpredictably. It used to be that it did not even show all of > the plugins, now it shows them but you have to enable them. I should look into > this to make sure there isn't another pref interfering. > > You can read more about this here: > https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Addons/Add-on_Manager/AddonManager#Installation_scopes > http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/toolkit/mozapps/extensions/AddonManager.jsm#1238 Okay, I misspoke here. It doesn't actually show all of the system plugins, but it seems to show some? I would like to hear reports about how a vanilla Firefox plugin list looks compared to our Firefox on users' systems, because although I have access to a lot of VMs, none of them are tarted up with plugins right now. Does it show none, some, or all? Is there any consistency to which ones you see?
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