This is kind of an edge case, but if i uninstall a webextension that injects content, that content is not cleared until i reload affected pages. We might improve current behavior in one of the following ways: 1. trigger a prompt indicating that users may need to refresh pages to see cosmetic changes (easy) 2. auto-refresh pages with injected content (medium) 3. ask users if they would like to refresh and then do so based on their response (hard)
Removing the content (as described in the title) is almost impossible. However showing a warning is doable if the content script is active and the extension has been removed.
Priority: -- → P5
Summary: When a webExtenison with content scripts is disabled or uninstalled, affected pages should remove injected content → Removing a WebExtension with active content scripts should show a warning on the pages
Yeah that's what I figured. This is an enhancement our QA team has filed on various of the TxP WebExtensions. I don't think it's a priority, but when all the p1 through p4 issues are solved and there's peace on earth...
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