When you save user.js, make sure it's file type is ALL FILES as leaving it like that will add the extension (txt) and it won't work. See the link below to learn how to access the folder Not to start a war here but Mozilla isn't going to revert the entire UI that they've spent 2 years working on. There is a way to disable updates by going through the Options menu but after disabling it through there, when you would go to Help to disable automatic updating: app.- false app.update.enabled - false app.update.silent - false ---- Or you can use this method to do that for you: You can create a new file in a text editor (Defaults are: Notepad for Windows, Text Edit for Mac, and Text Editor on Linux) called .
When you save user.js, make sure it's file type is ALL FILES as leaving it like that will add the extension (txt) and it won't work. See the link below to learn how to access the folder *[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profiles-where-firefox-stores-user-data#w_finding-your-profile-without-opening-firefox How to find my profile Folder] Once you're creating the folder simply add the following to your file, save and close, restart Firefox That did work.
Can i disable vuze displaying the update notification and trying to download the update file.
As Anupam suggested I looked for these options but could not locate them. However, I did remember something that will help you in the future when looking for a setting in the vast amount of options in Vuze.
When you open the Options dialog, on the bottom left of the screen just above the Save button is a box that says "type filter text".
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