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I don't know when it could be set up in Firefox, but in Safari you can open Preferences->Security->Manage Website Settings... In opened window select java, then select your website and in drop down list select "Run in Unsafe Mode". You will see warning icon at near the text. See screenshot from my Safari
This is specific to Firefox and how plugins are able to interact with its windows.
You had 2 questions. 1- Go to your Firefox preferences and uncheck the Always check for default browser. 2- For Thunderbird do this: Set Thunderbird as the operating system default Launch the default Mac OS X email application (called "Mail", located in the /Applications folder.) Select Mail | Preferences from the menu. On the General tab, select ...
On your iOS an Android devices you can use an app that will manage the passwords and log in for you. These apps clear up the cache and store the passwords in a secure manager. You can lock them with a password as well. I'm using LoginBox, which I found to be the best solution around.
Since you have multiple questions here, I would attempt to answer one of them: In case of Firefox: Open the permissions manager in the address bar type following about:permissions and hit enter In the new window select the web site to work on and choose the settings. To further customize a specific web site (fine tune) click on the small Icon in front ...
As you probably well know FF had a rough road recently. Starting with FF 32.0.0 they got up to 32.0.1, 32.0.2 and 32.0.3 in one week while trying to solve a problem that shows up as heavy CPU loading and sluggish behavior. They are still working on resolving the issues with last release. Best you can do is disable all add-on and extensions to test if it ...
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