Live Stream Notifier has some advanced settings, only customizeable via about:config.
To open about:confg, open a new tab and enter
about:config into the URL-bar. If you never used about:config before you will see a message, asking you to be cautious about what you do. You can break Firefox with about:config tweaks pretty easily.
Live Stream Notifier offers the following hidden settings in the
queue_ratio(Default: 2) Defines the part of the queue fetched minimally at a time. It will always fetch at least one request. The value is reciproke to the actual used ratio.
queue_maxRequestBatchSize(Default: 8) The maximal number of requests fetched at once.
panel_minWidth(Default: 320) The minimal width in pixels of the panel.
panel_maxHeight(Default: 400) The maximal height in pixels of the panel.
panel_badge(Default: false) Show a badge with the number of live channels on the button.
twitch_clientIDTwitch developer application client ID.
twitch_showHosting(Default: true) Whether to check Twitch channels if they are hosting another channel.
twitch_showPlaylist(Default: false) Whether to show channels playing a playlist of VODs as live.
youtube_apiKeyYouTube public application API key.
mlg_showRebroadcasts(Default: true) Shows streams that are being rebroadcasted as live when enabled.
channellist_cacheTime(Default: 600000) How long the channel states will be remembered while Firefox is closed in miliseconds.
queueservice_maxRetries(Default: 5) How many times a request is sent again until it is discarded.
find_mature(Default: true) Hide mature rated results from the explore tab (only works with some providers).
sdk subbranch are Add-on SDK specific preferences and should not be changed, except for the
Any other settings in this branch are either available through the add-on settings in the add-ons manager or no longer have any effect. If preferences with a default value are not listed in your config they aren’t available in your version of the extension yet.