Description of problem:
If one sets global permissions for maintaining Offline Storage to "Block" or "Always ask", this seems not to have any effect
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run firefox
2. go to about:permissions
3. under "all sites" set either "Block" or "Always ask"
4. go to any web page
5. right click
6. choose "view page info"
7. in the page info box that has opened, go to Permissions tab
8. check "Maintain Offline Storage" setting
It's set to "Use Default", yet says it's set to "Allow", regardless of what you set previously.
Setting shows "Always ask" or "Block" depending on what your global setting is
not a new bug. seems to have existed in previous firefox versions.
Yes, I see...and it's still there on Firefox 33. Jan, you'd you like to check this one?
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