Flagfox 6.1.1 for Firefox 60+ has been released and is available for update and download from AMO. Flagfox 5.2.9 has also been released for Firefox 52 ESR, SeaMonkey, and Firefox forks based on older Gecko versions (or at least anything newer than Firefox 24). You can download it here.
Flagfox 6.1.1 changelog:
- Fixed checking/disabling of unavailable actions in menus in some circumstances
- Worked-around WebExt menu API bugs when at “about:” URLs
- Various code cleanups and minor optimizations
(Flagfox 6.1.x already received the monthly IPDB update in 6.1.0; IPDB version is July 2018)
Flagfox 5.2.9 changelog:
- IPv4 & IPv6 address location database updates for July 2018
Just to reiterate for the last time: Flagfox 6.0.x is now EOL; upgrade to Flagfox 6.1.x.
An update on the topic of Mac keyboard shortcuts: For anyone who didn’t read the discussion in the comments on the Flagfox 6.1.0 release blog post, we seem to have come to the conclusion after testing on a Mac that Flagfox 6.1.0+ is actually handling things correctly for the platform, however there are more mystery hotkey combinations that Firefox thinks are fine and allows setting, but don’t actually ever work. Mozilla has provided no method to detect this problem. I suspect these are keyboard shortcuts for OS functions of some kind, and on Mac, this generally means the Command key, even though it gets used for lots of other stuff too. Alt and Ctrl were reported to be working fine, as well. So, for the moment, there’s nothing left for me to do with this issue. If Mozilla ever gets their act together here they might fix this by properly rejecting not-allowed hotkey combinations instead of setting up for silent fails. If anything changes here, please let me know.