When launching firefox, get error Not loading module "atk-bridge"

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If I run firefox in terminal then firefox works just fine, but I get the error message:

Gtk-Message: 10:54:24.330: Not loading module "atk-bridge": The functionality is provided by GTK natively. Please try to not load it.

How do I get rid of this error message?

There are other questions on StackExchange sites which ask about this same error message, but they do not fix my issue. Things I've tried which don't fix the problem:

  • Installing snapd and snapd-desktop-integration (see here), and running sudo snap refresh snapd-desktop-integration --stable (see here)
  • Installing libcanberra packages (see here or here)
  • Installing libatk-adaptor (see here or here)
  • This is irrelevant
  • This answer seems too old to be relevant
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If firefox is working fine, why dont just supress the error message ? Lets make an environment variable, first go to your .bashrc file nano ~/.bashrc then add this at the end of the file export GTK_DEBUG=interactive save and exit, apply it source ~/.bashrc now it should work, if not you can also use this one export G_MESSAGES_DEBUG=all.

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