I run Firefox Nightly (68.0a1) and it pretends to allow me to choose when to update, but then proceeds to nag me about it nonstop until I cave in and actually do an update.
As you can imagine this is incredibly annoying since updates are released, well, nightly. This means I get an endless stream of popovers like this that I can't seem to do anything about:
Clicking "Not Now" dismisses the popover until an arbitrary time later, or until the next app launch, so even if I click it I will probably have to dismiss it again a few minutes later.
- The Nightly settings page does not offer me the option to turn off autoupdate without also bothering me about it multiple times a day
falsehas no effect other than to constantly make these popovers appear
truehas no effect on this problem
The same behavior exists in the standard Firefox release as far as I'm aware, so the question applies to that as well.
How do I get rid of these popovers?
MacOS Mojave 10.14.4