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Can't add extension, Firefox thinks i have an out-of-date version of browser.

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I am trying to add eno extension to Firefox, and Firefox says "This add-on requires a newer version of Firefox (at least version 57.0). You are using Firefox 25.0." But i am up to date, and I just re-installed it again anyway, and i am using 62.0.3. How do i get Firefox to recognize what version i am using?

I am trying to add eno extension to Firefox, and Firefox says "This add-on requires a newer version of Firefox (at least version 57.0). You are using Firefox 25.0." But i am up to date, and I just re-installed it again anyway, and i am using 62.0.3. How do i get Firefox to recognize what version i am using?

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It looks like, at some point, something messed with the user agent that tells websites what version of Firefox you are using.

How to reset the default user agent on Firefox can help reset that

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  • Shockwave Flash 31.0 r0

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:25.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/25.0

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It looks like, at some point, something messed with the user agent that tells websites what version of Firefox you are using.

How to reset the default user agent on Firefox can help reset that

It looks like, at some point, something messed with the user agent that tells websites what version of Firefox you are using. [[How to reset the default user agent on Firefox]] can help reset that
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Tyler Downer said

How to reset the default user agent on Firefox can help reset that.

How old is that article? Why are there no dates for the articles? My search results for useragent are much different from what that article shows. I'm still on FF 61.0.2.

~Pj

''Tyler Downer [[#answer-1161574|said]]'' <blockquote> [[How to reset the default user agent on Firefox]] can help reset that. </blockquote> How old is that article? Why are there no dates for the articles? My search results for '''useragent''' are much different from what that article shows. I'm still on FF 61.0.2. ~Pj