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want automatically get past "Allow" button in Firefox

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#1 cafejose


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Posted 10 June 2014 - 10:49 PM

Some links from emails to webpages become interrupted when using Firefox browser giving a gray bar at the top of the field with an "Allow" button at the right side of this bar.  I simply click the "Allow" button and the browser brings me loaded the page to the originally clicked link.  So this is good. 


What settings or option in Firefox can I change and how do I make this change so that I do not need to be faced with the "Allow" button when I click on these links in email?  I am not worried about what is on that particular linked site or page.  I just want to click the link and see the page load.

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