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Trouble adding toolbars

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I am trying to switch from IE8 to Firefox but am having trouble adding all of the toolbars I use daily to Firefox. I want to add CouponBar from Coupons.com, Roboform (which it said was added, but is not showing up), Adobe Contribute CS3, and Canon Easy-Web Print EX (for my Canon MX340 printer). Please advise!

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For Roboform you can install the adapter for Firefox from here. http://www.roboform.com/browsers.html

You want the one under Firefox, Mozilla and Netscape. Browser Version XPI file to use if not installed automatically Firefox 3.0 - 3.7a1pre Installed Automatically (roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen.xpi)

Or, you can install it with this link: http://www.roboform.com/dist/roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen.xpi --- As far as the other three programs you mentioned, check the websites for those programs to see if they even have a toolbar that is made for Firefox.

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For Roboform you can install the adapter for Firefox from here. http://www.roboform.com/browsers.html

You want the one under Firefox, Mozilla and Netscape. Browser Version XPI file to use if not installed automatically Firefox 3.0 - 3.7a1pre Installed Automatically (roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen.xpi)

Or, you can install it with this link: http://www.roboform.com/dist/roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen.xpi --- As far as the other three programs you mentioned, check the websites for those programs to see if they even have a toolbar that is made for Firefox.

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Nice, download another useless piece of c##p that does nothing. I guess i should apply as a tech helper if making it up as you go along is the standard for qualifying. we would like to add the toolbars from IE8 instead of playing how many downloads can the suckers handle? i realize i am not a tech but would like to get solutions that work when i ask for support.

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You better brush up on how Firefox works a bit before even thinking about trying to help other Firefox users. How do you propose getting an IE toolbar into Firefox? The coding required for Firefox toolbars is vastly different than what is used for for IE. Even the installation process is different, since when has IE used XPI files?