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    Anybody here know what the FF justification for this change is? This seems to be quite different from the XUL stuff (where XUL basically let you completely break FF, I feel like Web Extensions “fixed” that)

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      Note: I’m not on the Fenix team and have no insight into their plans, thus I’m wearing my Firefox user hat and not my Mozilla employee one.

      I haven’t seen any official announcements that could even be justified one way or the other at this point. There seems to be a lot of people assuming that add-ons are being phased out, but I haven’t seen any messaging that suggests this, on the contrary..

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      What this text carefully avoids stating directly: that’s the only nine (as in: single-digit 9) add-ons which you will be able to install on Firefox for Android now.

      What the fuck.