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Theme Font & Size Changer

David E. Ross-3
The latest version (53.0) of Theme Font & Size Changer still forces an
autormatic expiration of that extension.  Given the scant descriptions
of versions of this extension at Mozilla's Add-ons site, I do not know
if any errors have been corrected or new features added since version
50.0 (the base for my initial no-expire version).

Thus, I created a new no-expire version of this extension based on 53.0.
 See my <http://www.rossde.com/ThemeFontSizeChangerNoexpire/index.html>
for details and to obtain a no-expire version based on 53.0.

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David E. Ross
<http://www.rossde.com>

Consider:
*  Most state mandate that drivers have liability insurance.
*  Employers are mandated to have worker's compensation insurance.
*  If you live in a flood zone, flood insurance is mandatory.
*  If your home has a mortgage, fire insurance is mandatory.

Why then is mandatory health insurance so bad??
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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

Ron Hunter
On 5/19/2017 12:17 AM, David E. Ross wrote:
> The latest version (53.0) of Theme Font & Size Changer still forces an
> autormatic expiration of that extension.  Given the scant descriptions
> of versions of this extension at Mozilla's Add-ons site, I do not know
> if any errors have been corrected or new features added since version
> 50.0 (the base for my initial no-expire version).
>
> Thus, I created a new no-expire version of this extension based on 53.0.
>   See my <http://www.rossde.com/ThemeFontSizeChangerNoexpire/index.html>
> for details and to obtain a no-expire version based on 53.0.

Consider:
*  Most state mandate that drivers have liability insurance.
*  Employers are mandated to have worker's compensation insurance.
*  If you live in a flood zone, flood insurance is mandatory.
*  If your home has a mortgage, fire insurance is mandatory.

Why then is mandatory health insurance so bad??
>
Because in the case of those insurance coverages, they are to protect
OTHERS, that is the people who own the car, house, etc., and people you
may harm by your actions.  And, in no case, do they take money from your
income tax refund should you not elect to have the insurance.

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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

tanstaafl-2
On Fri May 19 2017 02:20:39 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time), Ron Hunter
<[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 5/19/2017 12:17 AM, David E. Ross wrote:
> Consider:
> *  Most state mandate that drivers have liability insurance.
> *  Employers are mandated to have worker's compensation insurance.
> *  If you live in a flood zone, flood insurance is mandatory.
> *  If your home has a mortgage, fire insurance is mandatory.
>
> Why then is mandatory health insurance so bad??

> Because in the case of those insurance coverages, they are to protect
> OTHERS, that is the people who own the car, house, etc., and people you
> may harm by your actions.  And, in no case, do they take money from your
> income tax refund should you not elect to have the insurance.

I vehemently disagree with the premise that it is ok to impose the
following at gunpoint:

* forced auto liability insurance
* forced workers comp insurance

Is flood insurance for houses located in flood zones imposed by law, or
does this also only apply to homes with mortgages, like fire insurance?
If so, it is not imposed by law, it is a condition of the mortgage,
which is ok because this means it is voluntary (since you are not
*forced* to get a mortgage).

As to the question about mandatory health insurance...

1. I do not need pre-natal or many other types of coverage (I am male)

2. All I would ever need is catastrophic insurance.

3. 'Normal' insurance in 99.9% of cases where I might go to a doctor (I
haven't been to a doctor in well over 20 years) will not pay for my
preferred method of treating any so called illness (herbs and other
natural methods), so is worthless to me except in a case of some kind of
catastrophic trauma event.

So, it is bad, because I neither want or need it.

But, if you feel so strongly about it, there are plenty of socialist
countries where you are free to be taxed to death to get crappy health
care that you often do not want or need, so why not just go there?
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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

Wolf K.
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On 2017-05-19 09:17, Tanstaafl wrote:
[...]
> But, if you feel so strongly about it, there are plenty of socialist
> countries where you are free to be taxed to death to get crappy health
> care that you often do not want or need, so why not just go there?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_total_health_expenditure_per_capita 


The US spends about 17% of GDP on healthcare, roughly twice as much as
the OECD average. IOW, about 17 cents of every dollar spent in the USA
goes to healthcare.

That includes the dollar that comes out of your wallet.

Have a good day,

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"What good is it having lower taxes when you can’t drink the water?”

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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

EE-2
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David E. Ross wrote:

> The latest version (53.0) of Theme Font & Size Changer still forces an
> autormatic expiration of that extension.  Given the scant descriptions
> of versions of this extension at Mozilla's Add-ons site, I do not know
> if any errors have been corrected or new features added since version
> 50.0 (the base for my initial no-expire version).
>
> Thus, I created a new no-expire version of this extension based on 53.0.
>  See my <http://www.rossde.com/ThemeFontSizeChangerNoexpire/index.html>
> for details and to obtain a no-expire version based on 53.0.
>
All you have to do is edit the install.rdf file and increase the max
version for the target application.

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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

Good Guy-2
On 20/05/2017 21:17, EE wrote:

> David E. Ross wrote:
>> The latest version (53.0) of Theme Font & Size Changer still forces an
>> autormatic expiration of that extension.  Given the scant descriptions
>> of versions of this extension at Mozilla's Add-ons site, I do not know
>> if any errors have been corrected or new features added since version
>> 50.0 (the base for my initial no-expire version).
>>
>> Thus, I created a new no-expire version of this extension based on 53.0.
>>  See my <http://www.rossde.com/ThemeFontSizeChangerNoexpire/index.html>
>> for details and to obtain a no-expire version based on 53.0.
>>
> All you have to do is edit the install.rdf file and increase the max
> version for the target application.
>

Now you are going to disappoint David Ross who thought he knew the
secret of how to create "No-Expire" version of his beloved Add-On.  Mind
you he likes to feel good by doing something so please don't embarass
him!!!  He is an old man who has created many children who are all
following modern life styles of being gay, or transgender.  Apparently
is is "kool" to be gay these days!!


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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

s|b-2
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On Thu, 18 May 2017 22:17:58 -0700, David E. Ross wrote:

> Thus, I created a new no-expire version of this extension based on 53.0.
>  See my <http://www.rossde.com/ThemeFontSizeChangerNoexpire/index.html>
> for details and to obtain a no-expire version based on 53.0.

I'm guessing it'll stop working when 57.x arrives (unless it's changed
into a WebExtension).

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Re: Theme Font & Size Changer

David E. Ross-3
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On 5/20/2017 1:17 PM, EE wrote:

> David E. Ross wrote:
>> The latest version (53.0) of Theme Font & Size Changer still forces an
>> autormatic expiration of that extension.  Given the scant descriptions
>> of versions of this extension at Mozilla's Add-ons site, I do not know
>> if any errors have been corrected or new features added since version
>> 50.0 (the base for my initial no-expire version).
>>
>> Thus, I created a new no-expire version of this extension based on 53.0.
>>  See my <http://www.rossde.com/ThemeFontSizeChangerNoexpire/index.html>
>> for details and to obtain a no-expire version based on 53.0.
>>
> All you have to do is edit the install.rdf file and increase the max
> version for the target application.
>

No, the expiration is NOT based on the version number of the
application.  The expiration is based on the current date.  If the
current date is more than three months after the build-date of the
extension, the extension automatically expires.  This is in the
bootstrap.js file, not in the install.rdf file.  The formula for
triggering expireation was recently changed, possibly because of
publicity about the old formula.

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David E. Ross
<http://www.rossde.com>

Consider:
*  Most state mandate that drivers have liability insurance.
*  Employers are mandated to have worker's compensation insurance.
*  If you live in a flood zone, flood insurance is mandatory.
*  If your home has a mortgage, fire insurance is mandatory.

Why then is mandatory health insurance so bad??
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