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Monday, August 29th, 2011 01:27 pm

Periodically, as shown in the partial screengrab below, some feature of Firefox (currently 6.0) itself or of one of my Firefox add-ons decides to border some apparently-random tab — not necessarily the active tab — in red, for no apparent reason, with no detectible pattern behind its choice, and without any further information or explanation.

Has anyone else ever experienced this and figured out what's doing it?  I've tried several times to figure out why it's happening without any success.  If something is trying to alert me about something, real or imagined, it'd be, like, you know, useful if it'd give me some kind of hint about what it is that it's tryign to alert me to.

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