Citrix Plug-In 12.1.0.30 Disappears without warning on update to Firefox 21. Why was there no warning?

The "warn me if this will disable any of my add-ons" check box is checked.
Had to revert to 20.0.1 for the plug in to reappear.
I cannot get the Citrix 12.1.0.30 plug-in to show up in Firefox 21. Reverting back to version 20.0.1 and turning off auto-updates is the only workaround for the plug-in issue I could find. Updating to a newer Citrix plug-in not an option as the new Citrix Receivers have too many bugs and do not work well (Citrix has been contacted but they are very slow at fixing bugs).

I am having the problem with Firefox running on Windows (XP to be exact). Since it came with Windows 8, I do not run Windows on my machine (which I posted the question from). I didn't know that it was going to try and attach machine info automatically. I pasted the information from the Windows XP Firefox versions manually in the additional information section of the question.
Anyway, for some reason I never ran into that website with my initial searches for this problem. Why doesn't the Firefox installer move or copy the plugins folder if it changes the location of it? Now I need to script a Firefox installer fix for all workstations and turn off auto-updates of Firefox since this is the second time something went wrong with a new Firefox version in a very short time (19.0.2->20 [unresponsive location bar] and 20.0.1->21 [plugins disappearing without warning]). Mozilla seems to be concentrating too much on this decades Windows ME and ignoring the majority of their existing installations. Ok, off soapbox and feeling better. The good news is that the plug-in wasn't disabled after all.
Thanks!

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