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How do I explore the new bing maps feature on bing.com in firefox?

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I'm on FF 3.6.3 and when I click the link for the new bing maps feature it never loads. I just get a blank page.

URL of affected sites

http://www.bing.com/maps/

I'm on FF 3.6.3 and when I click the link for the new bing maps feature it never loads. I just get a blank page. == URL of affected sites == http://www.bing.com/maps/

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Chris Ilias
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Try clearing your cache. See How to clear the Firefox cache

Try clearing your cache. See [[How to clear the cache]]

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Unfortunately that didn't work. When I click on the "explore the new bing maps link on bing.com, I do notice that when the page is trying to load I briefly saw something about silverlight?

Unfortunately that didn't work. When I click on the "explore the new bing maps link on bing.com, I do notice that when the page is trying to load I briefly saw something about silverlight?
Chris Ilias
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350 solutions 1919 answers

Ok, I see. I'm in Canada, so it wasn't giving me the US page. Silverlight is a plugin, that needs to be installed separately. See https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Using+the+Silverlight+plugin+with+Firefox

Ok, I see. I'm in Canada, so it wasn't giving me the US page. Silverlight is a plugin, that needs to be installed separately. See https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Using+the+Silverlight+plugin+with+Firefox