Bitwarden addon?

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Hauke Fath

26 Oct, 2019 11:22 AM

we are running a Bitwarden <> server @workplace, and I have really become attached to it, given that Firefox has never become friends with the macosx keychain.

I tried installing the Firefox addon (<>, <>) on TFF, and it did. Starting it, though, has it spinning forever; where would I start an attempt to debug this?


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Cameron Kaiser on 26 Oct, 2019 06:54 PM

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    Unfortunately the addon I see on AMO looks like it's based on WebExtensions, which TenFourFox doesn't support. If there were an XUL or XPCOM-based version (or were in past versions), that could possibly be coaxed to operate (I'm not familiar with this particular component myself, though).

  2. 2 Posted by Hauke Fath on 27 Oct, 2019 02:46 PM

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    My js Fu is very limited, and I haven't really kept track of all the developments in the last, um, 20 years -- but it sure looks like they are pulling in all that is new and great in js frameworks... maybe I'll just deinstall the thing, and look up passwords offline. Would have been nice, though.

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Cameron Kaiser on 28 Oct, 2019 10:07 PM

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    Yes, it would be a huge deal to backport WebEx support. Unfortunately I'm pretty sure it would be mutually incompatible with XUL/XPCOM extensions, which I definitely do want to continue supporting. If you do find an old-style extension and that doesn't work either, though, let me know -- it could be a deficiency we can fix.

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