So I can't really find anything even in about:config to allow these type of errors to be bypassed. I know the RFC states the user is not supposed to have recourse, I have read the RFC (section 12.1, No User Recourse), and numerous other RFCs before. It seems kinda crazy to be forced find what needs to be changed recompile the browser.
I can understand not making this default behavior, but for someone who understands what they are doing why does it need to be so hard? Like I understand the team is probably worried about normal users and the fact the some may blindly apply about:config settings.
However, I don't even see an option in the developer edition of firefox. There has to be a better method of handling this than not trusting even technically competent users to adjust such things.
I will iterate again it's pretty frustrating to either recompile the browser or use a different browser for something that should be a pretty simple thing.