@TheGibson Earlier today I figured out how to mitigate that stuff on a large scale without having to touch the UI...



@TheGibson It's very easy to do, and undo.

With that user.js file in place, it flips things around so that the option is still there, but it turns it off by default. The user can enable it for a session, if they want to for some crazy reason, but it will flip back to disabled as long as that .js file is there with those contents.

Any changes to that setting (by Mozilla or the user) won't stick.

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@TheGibson I posted it to Twitter earlier today and got what I -think- was a compliment from Jason Scott..but I'm not absolutely sure it WAS a compliment. Sometimes it's hard to tell :)

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