I knew this was coming, but it was still unpleasant.
For me, the biggest loss is the NoScript extension. I feel rather exposed
using the www without NoScript. The developer posted a message stating
that a quantum-compliant version is arriving real soon now. Well, maybe.
He updates the extension constantly, and he had to know about quantum
months ago. We'll see.
It's almost as bad losing the Classic Theme Restorer extension. The
developer posted a message stating that it's game over for that one. He
seemed rather angry about the loss of the XUL framework.
Time to move on! Classic Theme Restorer allowed me to resist the trends
set forth by Mozilla. I could resist further by holding on to v.56, but
I have concluded it is better to adapt.
And look for Firefox alternatives as well. Of course.
David Arnstein (00)