There is a usability-annoyance that I feel can be resolved easily.
ISSUE: If you have a Master Password in use, Firefox will push a popup modal dialog (a small popup window to input master password), and this window randomly blocks use of Firefox until it is closed or you enter your master password. We don't need this popup-modal dialog every time we use Firefox.
SUPER SIMPLE SOLUTION: (very low hanging fruit) Add an on/off toggle state-button for the master password modal, to the Firefox toolbar. The master password dialog modal's "initialize function" can check to see if the modal is wanted or not. Secondarily, if the button is clicked ON, the modal should immediately appear. **OBVIOUSLY** if the button is off(not pressed in)(aka: master password modal not wanted), then the system continues to work as intended by protecting the passwords and site entries etc. ..IT'S JUST THAT WE WON'T GET SPAMMED THAT ANNOYING MODAL WINDOW CONSTANTLY WHEN WE DON'T WANT IT/NEED IT/Etc !
I humbly request this change. As someone who is working on development at all hours of the day and night, this master password modal popup is enough of a hassle to push me over to Chrome for 90% of my tasks and I really dislike Chrome. PLEASE ALLOW US TO TURN THIS ON and OFF as needed.
Thank you, Love all around. Mozilla makes, and does, great things.