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Inkbunny Downloader  (Firefox extension)  (updated Feb 29 2016)

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Download it here
(I'm currently hosting it at MEGA.nz because I'm in the middle of moving my website)
After you download it, either open it with Firefox, or drag-and-drop the XPI file onto the Firefox browser window.

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This Firefox extension downloads and sorts pictures into artist folders, just like FurAffinity Extender.

This adds a download link above each picture. Clicking on that link will automatically create a folder for that picture's artist and download the picture into it, all without even leaving the browser. This also works for stories, flash animations, music... everything. This extension also adds an "Open folder" link next to each artist's name at the top of the page, so you can open that artist's folder.

I've wanted to make this for a long time now. One thing I always liked about FurAffinty was the FurAffinity Extender extension created by AndrewNeo. But there was no extension like that for InkBunny, so I finally sat down and created one.


- UPDATE v1.6 -
InkBunny made changes to the website, which broke this add-on. So I updated InkBunny Downloader to work again. (NOTE: You need to be logged into InkBunny for the addon to work, because it detects whether or not a submission is being displayed based on whether or not the "fav" buttons are present on the page)


- UPDATE v1.5 -
Added story downloading. Clicking "download" will download both the story's main file, and the text of the story itself as a plain text file. I added this because story submissions don't always come with a file download.


- UPDATE v1.4 -
Added a lot more comments to the source code to clarify program flow and clarify how sanitation is handled.


- UPDATE v1.3 -
Refactored the code to use Mozilla's HTML sanitation module for better security.


- UPDATE v1.2 -
I've added an option to the extension's settings so you can auto-download submissions as soon as you view them. This is handy for downloading comics.


- UPDATE v1.1 -
I've updated this extension to add a convenient extra download link next to the artist's name at the top of the page.

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Published: 3 years, 9 months ago
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Norithics
3 years, 9 months ago
Awesome! My thanks to you!
Muttifer
3 years, 9 months ago
Spent the last hour using this.  Seems to work fine.  

Thank you very much for doing this.  It's a time saver for sure.
soggymaster
3 years, 9 months ago
Looks very useful.  Does this only work for the individual submission?
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
It works fine, but there's no extra automation beyond what it normally does. If the submission has multiple pages, you need to view them one by one and press the download link for each. It handles each one the same way it handles a picture.
soggymaster
3 years, 9 months ago
Appreciate the clarification, thank you.
EricAdler
3 years, 9 months ago
Great ap, we've needed something like this since .. well, since Inkbunny was started.
Kurty
3 years, 9 months ago
Thank you so much! I have been hoping and hoping some one would do this. Are there any plans to give it the ability to automatically download the image when the page is opened, like what the Fur Affinity Extender addon can do?
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
I could probably add that option.
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
Done!
Kurty
3 years, 9 months ago
Thank you very much. Your work is very much appreciated <3
starling
3 years, 9 months ago
Awesome! Neat idea. :3
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
We've needed this for a long time.
Maybe we should mention this extension in the Inkbunny hacks wiki?
starling
3 years, 9 months ago
Sure thing! I'll see about getting it added. Please poke me in a couple of days if you don't hear back from me about it. :P
dleonardo92
3 years, 9 months ago
Any possible plans for a similar version to be released for Google Chrome, just wondering.
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
Not right now. Maybe sometime in the future.
I'm still trying to get through Mozilla's approval process, which typically takes about 10 days.
ParadoxPandox
3 years, 9 months ago
Hey, I'm having a bit of a problem. I'm getting an error on the Mozilla page whenever I click on the link, and I'm also getting no results when I search Inkbunny on there.

" We're sorry, but we can't find what you're looking for.

The page or file you requested wasn't found on our site. It's possible that you clicked a link that's out of date, or typed in the address incorrectly.
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
I'm having trouble with the approval process.
Mozilla doesn't like the extension reading text from the page and then turning it back into HTML, because without careful sanitation, the arbitrary text could theoretically be a potential security risk... even if it's just a username.
I'll see what I can do to make it better.
I wonder how the FA Extender extension handles this... if at all?
ParadoxPandox
3 years, 9 months ago
Well, I just downloaded it from your website, and it seems to work fine. :) Thanks for making this. ^_^ Saves me a lot of trouble.
Hornybunny
3 years, 9 months ago
Thank you. like many have said. I've been wanting this for a long time.
I've got it pointing at the same folder as FA Extender. now my desktop will be a bit cleaner.
The only way I could think to improve it would be to auto fave when a picture is downloaded.

And now a Journal about it.
https://inkbunny.net/journalview.php?id=145584
CyberT
3 years, 9 months ago
Version for Chrome?
Paper2
3 years, 9 months ago
Someone beat you to it.

IB Downloader 2015 by BunnyFoxglove


I guess this is great if you don't use Windows.
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
Cool. I didn't know about that tool. It looks like it's useful for downloading entire galleries, and auto-downloading all new submissions from artists you're watching.
On the other hand, it's handy to be able to just get a picture with one mouse-click... without having to leave the browser, watch the user, or launch another program. Just grab any picture you happen to like.
So that program and this browser add-on are not really used the same way. They just happen to have similar names.

Personally, I like to be picky. I don't download every new picture in my watch list. Just the ones I actually like.
Nemutaisura
3 years, 9 months ago
its not working for me, it downloaded fine and makes the folder for the art but ether takes me to the user page of the artise
or the download button it self just says [object Object] when clicked. The FA downloader works for me just fine.
The only thing i think that might be the problem is the fact that i use Firefox Nightly and its experimental nature
might be the issue but i don't know?
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
The current version isn't doing that for me. But it likely depends on what kind of submission you're trying to download. Can you link me to a submission that's doing this for you?

It might be an issue with a comic or a multi-page submission. The extension has to handle them differently than single-image submissions, because Inkbunny displays their information at slightly different locations on the page, and the extension has figure out what kind of submission you're viewing in order to look in the right places. If it looks in the wrong place, it'll end up trying to display non-existent data.

This is the comic that I've been using to test the extension, and it downloads just fine for me:
https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=649850
Nemutaisura
3 years, 9 months ago
Im sorry but its any and all submissions, the first i tried is the img. posted here but i also tried muti. submissions, flash, and stores but all with the same result. When I click the download link It creates the folder for the artist but dose not get the file and the link changes to [object Object] and right-clicking and opening the link in ether a tab/window loads the artiest profile page (hovering over the link even shows the profile address not the submissions).
I have also reinstalled the file 3 times twice from mozilla and once from your site with no change.
humbird0
3 years, 9 months ago
Then I guess it must be because you're using Firefox Nightly.

I'll have to look into that sometime. Hopefully there's a way to test extensions using the nightly version... maybe.
The only way I can fix a glitch is if I can re-create it, in order to see exactly where and how it's going wrong.
DaWrecka
3 years, 8 months ago
There's one feature I see missing that I'd like, though I have no idea how easy it would be to implement; some way to set the "modified" timestamp of the saved file to match the server's copy. Otherwise, this is class. Been using FA Extender for ages, having a counterpart for IB is great.
humbird0
3 years, 8 months ago
Interesting... It's subtle, but that might be kind of useful.
But assuming it's even possible, I think it'd probably turn out to be more complicated than one would expect.

Let's see... First I'd need a way to request file metadata from the server, and then detect the user's time-zone setting (assuming that's possible). Alternatively, it'd probably be much simpler to just read the upload date displayed on the InkBunny page of each submission.
Then I'd need to have the program remember each file its downloading, and run some code when it completes. This might not be too hard... unless the user closes the tab in the middle of the download. The download would be handled by Firefox itself and still complete in the background, but the extension's code would probably stop running, so refactoring would be needed.
Then I'd need to access the downloaded file and set the modify date, assuming mozilla's API even allows this.
There might also be file-locking issues if Firefox still has the file "open" immediately after downloading, which might prevent modifying it right away. Then again, metadata is stored in the file allocation table, so some Operating Systems might not care.

To be honest, I'm not in any hurry to attempt this.
In the very least, I want to wait until Mozilla finally approves this Extension before I go adding more features.
DaWrecka
3 years, 8 months ago
Hmm. Well, I'm not sure what OS Inkbunny's servers run, but if it's *nix-based, it might be possible to just request the *nix timestamp, which doesn't care about timezones and make that part of the saved filename. I'm not sure whether Windows cares about timezones when you're setting a timestamp from API... FA Extender's saved files have the *nix timestamp as part of the filename, which makes things doable, but I think it's the FA servers setting that. (I've got a script that uses the timestamps to re-date the files in my FA directory) IB doesn't seem to do that though, (whatever those leading numbers are, they aren't *nix timestamps) which makes it rather more difficult.
Anonfurry
3 years, 8 months ago
Dude...Wow!

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this and share it! You da man!

What do I need to go learn to do this kinda fun programing? HTML?
humbird0
3 years, 8 months ago
It's 100% Javascript.
Getting Started making Firefox Extensions.

But even if you're very comfortable programming in Javascript, getting Firefox's functions to work in your code can be very tricky because their system usually demands that your code be split into at least 2 files. But only certain features can be accessed from each file, which forces you to use events to pass data and execution between the scripts.

On top of that, 90% of Mozilla's documentation is outdated and most of their examples won't actually work.

... Have fun.
eliteshyguy
3 years, 7 months ago
its not on firefox add on anymore.
Paper2
3 years, 5 months ago
This would be awesome if this program would allow you to download stories (since the uploader didn't include a download) like:
humbird0
3 years, 5 months ago
Good idea.
I'm surprised I overlooked this.
I need to update the add-on anyway to fix the download icon.
humbird0
3 years, 4 months ago
Okay, I added this feature to the extension.
It'll download both the story's main file and a plain text file containing the story itself.
Kitsoran
3 years, 4 months ago
I guess you haven't had any luck getting it back on the Mozilla addons site? :(
humbird0
3 years, 4 months ago
I'm not really going to bother trying again.
I would probably need to completely re-write all of the code to be much more straight-forward for whoever attempts to read it. In its current form, it works well, but it isn't obvious how it actually works. It probably wouldn't hurt to follow Mozilla's coding style-guide too. That's not required, but it would make it look like code they're used to seeing.
SmudgeProof
3 years, 4 months ago
Oh, this is wonderful. I 've been wanting something like this since I began using IB. Any hope for a  chrome version?
humbird0
3 years, 4 months ago
I probably should since more people seem to use Chrome these days. But I don't know when or if I'll ever get around to trying to make a Chrome extension.

I imagine that it would probably be easier to create than this was. Mozilla's documentation is all out-of-date and most of their examples don't actually work. Google probably has their act together.
SmudgeProof
3 years, 4 months ago
Ah, I see.
I tried installing from Mozilla, it said ti wasn't available. Was it removed perhaps?
humbird0
3 years, 4 months ago
Yeah it was removed.
Mozilla was concerned that this extension doesn't sanitize the data that it works with. But it actually does sanitize every single thing it reads from the page before it ever works with it. The problem is that the people at Mozilla apparently can't figure out how my code works.

"Sanitizing" data refers to filtering out things that normally shouldn't be in the data. It's a security precaution. For example, the name of an InkBunny artist shouldn't contain HTML tags, but rather than just assuming that it doesn't have any, it's a good idea to run it through a filter before attempting to display it on a web page. Mozilla provides code to use when making a Firefox extension, and I do use their code.
SmudgeProof
3 years, 4 months ago
Ah, thanks for explaining.
kuniwolfox
3 years, 2 months ago
i just found this extension and i absolutely love it
i only wish it had one feature
a bulk download button
it could be placed next to their name on their profile page
it would be really helpful
vixenfinder
2 years, 11 months ago
I love this addon, thank you so much for it.

I just noticed though, the Download icon is broken. Maybe they changed the directory for it. You can also convert small png images to ascii code to be read by that plugin, if you feel like localizing it.

Best
Liquidhalo231
2 years, 10 months ago
I love this addon but I do have a few suggestions that I'd like to pitch in hopes that you add them.
1. Perhaps the most major one: Download Submission - Download all files of a submission at once.
2. Less major but would be nice: Download Gallery - Download an artist's entire gallery.
3. Optional but would really useful: Auto Download Favs - An option to auto download stuff that is favourited (would download all files in the favourited submission).
SmudgeProof
2 years, 9 months ago
I had to reinstall Firefox. Now it says it's not compatible with Firefox 13.0 when I try to install it. :X Could you pretty please enable it to work again?
SmudgeProof
2 years, 9 months ago
Please ignore, I somehow installed a really outdated FF. I sure feel silly now.
EpicCubskunk
2 years, 7 months ago
Where is it now?
humbird0
2 years, 2 months ago
Nysander
2 years, 5 months ago
Is there a new update?
humbird0
2 years, 2 months ago
Yes
kuniwolfox
2 years, 2 months ago
I just want to say that i love this, i've been using it for a few months and it has been one of the most helpfult addons i've ever had, and when paired with
BunnyFoxglove
BunnyFoxglove
's program for bulk jobs it's become one of my must have tools for this site
In saying that, the newest update to the site seems to have broken the addon, so i am hopeful that your still interested in updating it at some point
humbird0
2 years, 2 months ago
Done and... done
Daminite
2 years, 2 months ago
Please fix
humbird0
2 years, 2 months ago
Fixed
Daminite
2 years, 2 months ago
Thanks
mikead999
2 years, 1 month ago
firefox says that the extension is not verified. it also gives an article on how to verify it. http://mzl.la/1J7Lcsp please verify it (or tell me how to make firefox stop checking)
humbird0
2 years, 1 month ago
Well, it's possible to make Firefox run it anyway if you type
about:config
... into the URL bar, and then search for
xpinstall.signatures.required
And double-click that line to change it to
false
mikead999
2 years, 1 month ago
thanks
mikead999
2 years, 1 month ago
btw, it took me all of 5 seconds to love this thing. I LOVE the automatic download option. Now I just gotta figure out a way of making firefox load pages as fast as chrome XD.
mikead999
2 years, 1 month ago
Aaaaaaand now I have FA Extender now too, my two favorite sites for this stuff, and now I'll never have to bulk download ever again. aaaaah.
XVflame
9 months, 1 week ago
hmmm, it seems like that's not working anymore :(
Daminite
1 year, 9 months ago
firefox 48 forces addon signing and it cant be toggled off.
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
I just switched to pcxFirefox to be able to go on with the add-on.
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
Firefox just disabled all my unsigned add-ons. I just switched to pcxFirefox to be able to go on with your add-on. Would you have any recommendations regarding the situation? Thanks.
humbird0
1 year, 9 months ago
Not sure.
I myself haven't been updating my copy of Firefox lately because some of my other favorite addons would stop working, and they're the only reason I use Firefox to begin with.
That's not something I can comfortably recommend though.
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
Thanks for your reply. I can personally stick to pcxFirefox for the time being.
This situation feels like Opera 12 all over again.
starcreater
1 year, 9 months ago
Oh man thanks for mentioning pcxFirefox, humbird0's addon works fine on it. I didn't realise how much I used it until Firefox disabled it
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
Awesome, glad I could be of help.
Goddamnit Mozilla.
Lloxie
1 year, 9 months ago
They've been seriously perturbing me lately. First I've heard of "pcxFirefox". Been hearing of a few different variations of Firefox and Mozilla-based offshoots since this last update. (Via Google searches for solutions to this "signing" problem- sadly this is far from the only extension affected by this bullshit >_<) Little nervous to try one of them, but getting really tempted now. Mozilla's whole attitude has been irritating me for a while now anyway... all the major browsers, for that matter. Very control-y and restrictive, with a "you'll take what we give you and like it!" vibe.
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
Yes, I remember their motto about "taking back the web"... which has became a bold faced lie by now. I can understand disabling unsigned extensions as a default for the average user's safety, but wholesale disabling their use is just the kind of fascist attitude I can't stomach.
Lloxie
1 year, 9 months ago
I'm actually looking into Pale Moon. In addition to (as far as I can tell) not forcing the signing thing, it's also a fair bit faster and less resource-hoggy than Firefox. I wonder if this extension will work on there? Hmm...
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
I'll give it a spin, thanks!
SmudgeProof
1 year, 9 months ago
I can't migrate my profile, I'll skip for now.
SmudgeProof
1 year, 8 months ago
Waterfox works as well.
SmudgeProof
1 year, 8 months ago
Waterfox works as well.
vixenfinder
1 year, 6 months ago
I hope there's an update for this soon. Firefox v50 just dropped and it looks like it's not going to install unless it's signed. I've tried using the 'xpinstall.signatures.required;false' in about:config but it's not accepting that.
EricAdler
1 year, 5 months ago
I hate to sound like a nag, but what is the status of Update v1.7? Is it in the works? Delayed? Abandoned?

Your loyal fans want to know.
renafan
1 year, 5 months ago
I can confirm that this add-on works with pcxFirefox. I'm using the portable version and it was a very painless process to migrate all my stuff (just manually copied over my profile folder). The add-on still showed as being disabled, but I flipped the 'xpinstall.signatures.required' setting on-off, then disabled-enabled the add-on and everything works fine now. Thanks to
SmudgeProof
SmudgeProof
for the tip.
TravisRetriever
1 year, 1 month ago
It says I need to enter an encryption key.  That the provided key is invalid. :(
TravisRetriever
1 year, 1 month ago
Okay, so found a version of it on:  http://www.humbird0.com/#/addons/inkbunny_downloader
Now, I just need to find a way to install it firefox, something the readme file doesn't explain.
TravisRetriever
1 year, 1 month ago
And I got it installed...I think.  I opened up firefox, then. Tools > Add-Ons.  Then clicked on the top right button, and selected install add on from file.  I looked at the file name type it needed and selected the "raccoony" (sp?) one and Bob's my uncle! X3
TravisRetriever
1 year, 1 month ago
So I can't find a way to get automatic downloads to work (one of the big things I love about FA Extender), nor does an ability to enable it seem to be found in the options for it.

While it does let me organize/pick the folder to put them in, it also adds another folder for which art site I got it from.  Which is a negative as my folder is already set up so that it's just artist names. :(

both of which are kind of deal breakers for me.  Sorry.  But I *do* like how you can change the amount of delay when clicking "open all" though.  That is something FA Extender could use, if only for guys like me who have really slow internet connections.
TravisRetriever
9 months ago
Update:  And now Firefox is being a cunt and not letting me install it: "this add on could not be verified, so it won't be installed." Fucking seriously, Firefox?
SmudgeProof
8 months, 1 week ago
Switched to Waterfox. Fuck the Firefox dev team for their attitude. They were not supposed to be like this.
TravisRetriever
8 months, 1 week ago
That's a thing?  Sweet! Glad to know. :)  Thanks!  Yes, I even checked out the documentation for Firefox.  It said there was a way to bypass that...I tried it...and it didn't work...just...ugh. >.<*
SmudgeProof
8 months, 1 week ago
Yo, hate to be that person again, but it appears the site broke the add-on again. Tried in both Waterfox and PCXfirefox. If you could look into it that would be great! Thank you either way.
humbird0
8 months ago
It looks like InkBunny's redesign has broken the add-on, so this time it's not FireFox's fault.
I should re-write it from scratch to use InkBunny's API.
DjijeytheDemon
8 months ago
Not gonna make demands but would be awesome if you got it signed as well :3
SmudgeProof
8 months ago
Ah, that's what I suspected. I gather using the API would make it permanently working?
humbird0
7 months, 4 weeks ago
Maybe... it kind of depends on how I go about adding a clickable link to the page.
That's only possible if there's a way to make it rely only on the URL to get both the artist name and the picture info and then append a link to the very top or bottom of the page itself.
But if I want to put the link inside of anything on the page (like I did before) there's always a good chance that part could get broken later because those things can change.
SmudgeProof
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Top would work fine, if you ask me. Maybe some sort of a frame? I really know next to nothing about HTML, I have to admit.
starcreater
8 months ago
i dont know how long i can live without your add-on. it was seriously the best thing ever
nisbahmumtaz909
7 months, 4 weeks ago
Gonna have to agree with the thousands of others using your addon; it was SO GOOD. Would be appreciated if you could update it.
Xial
7 months, 3 weeks ago
In case you missed it, I did post a patch for the add-on for use in Gecko-based browsers that are not Mozilla Firefox. That way, you'll have something to use in the interim whilst humbird0 looks at what it takes to update. :)

Hope this helps.
SmudgeProof
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Golly, it works in Waterfox! Thanks so much.
Let me know if I can do something in return.
Xial
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Heyo. I have a temporary patch for the downloader that I've been sharing from my personal site.

I was not certain if you were planning on reworking the add-on, so I opted to not match the ID, and changed the title slightly, so that it shouldn't interfere with things if you do choose to pick up the mantle and run with it again.

As I've posted in a couple of other places, I know Firefox mainline users are currently shit out of luck because Mozilla wants to hold their hand every step of the way, but for those of us not using the mainline browser, it at least gives us back that functionality until something changes that, to give you a bit of time.

Thanks!

- Xial
starcreater
7 months, 3 weeks ago
IT WORKS!
Lloxie
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Wow, thank you immensely!
nisbahmumtaz909
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Just to let you know, this guide (http://www.largrizzly.net/firefox.html#55+) + your addon did the trick for mainline users.
Xial
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Huh. Today I learned, then!

Granted, it doesn't do away with this really being a life support patch, because I think Fx 57.0 is out to fully break the shit out of non-web extensions in order to be more like Go-Ogle Chrome, but it does return compatibility to those stuck on the mainline browser.

Tip credited to you and added to the download page, thanks!
Lloxie
7 months, 2 weeks ago
....sadly it looks like my relief was short lived. It seems your patch has stopped working as well. X.x Goddamn Mozilla for putting people through this headache >_<
Lloxie
7 months, 2 weeks ago
...huh. Okay, so apparently it sporadically works. The download and open folder buttons show up on some submissions, but not others. So far I can't seem to find any pattern, either. 0.o
Xial
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Interesting. Can you provide a few test cases where it fails to work?

Of note, I'm currently using it in Waterfox 55.2.0, which is what motivated me to patch this and make it available: Not having access to this was frustrating me enough that I had to make it work.
Lloxie
7 months, 2 weeks ago
So far, I haven't been able to determine any pattern for which images will do it and which won't. It seems to work fine for most, but then just in some cases, there's no sign the extension is even there. There's this one, for example (very NSFW warning, hope it's not too squicky for you): https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=1429221

Neither the download button, nor the "This file already exists" message show up. (Tried it both before and after manually saving it to the folder it'd normally go to, to see if that would affect it)

I'm using the same version of Waterfox, by the way.
Xial
7 months, 1 week ago
Not much out there can scare me off. I've noticed a pattern in the ones not working for you that you've shared:

You're handing me links that use the old pattern (/submissionview.php?id=...), which has mostly gone away.
For some reason, instead of being cleanly and efficiently redirected to the new link pattern (/s/...), the site is preserving the link you're handing out.
The addon currently isn't looking for those older style links (the thing that broke the addon recently), and so that's why the script wasn't processing.

I'll see if I can have it look for both, as you've provided me an edge case I wasn't expecting. :)
Lloxie
7 months, 1 week ago
Ah, I see.... weird. 0_o You'd think that'd update across the site or something...
Lloxie
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Xial
7 months, 1 week ago
Aaaand PATCHED. :)
Lloxie
7 months, 1 week ago
Woo! Thanks a mil! >w<
BrokenPupper
6 months, 1 week ago
So is this still being updated? Just wondering if it's safe to use at its current state.
RVasil
5 months, 3 weeks ago
How do I install this if it's not signed for Mozilla Firefox??
Gao
Gao
5 months, 3 weeks ago
For current version, not at all. You can only use the addon on the Firefox 52.5.0 ESR or as described here the Waterfox. And if you click on "Patched", you click again on "Version 1.6.9.3 (I am Toot!)". Then Firefox should ask you and that's what you allow.
GlebAAGun
3 weeks, 5 days ago
Firefox says it's damaged.
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