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Old 10-22-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default Festering Firefox Frustration. Phooey.

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That was my experience in the relatively recent past, so it will be interesting to find out how you like the latest version.
Well, I hate it, but now for a completely different reason. Every time I open Firefox now, I get this error message:
evalInSandbox:Error: Permission denied for <https://facebook.com> to create wrapper for object of class UnnamedClass
Not just once, but multiple times. And I cannot continue without dismissing each error window individually. Four of them last time I opened Firefox. Chrome has never done this. What the heck does it even mean?? I have closed the only tab that had anything to do with Facebook and I've cleared my cache. Any idea what's going on and/or how to fix it?

   
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