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F5 Networks Host plugin (needed for work) not supported in v5.

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Tried to get onto work's VPN site. Couldn't because Firefox V5 doesn't support the required F5 Networks Host plugin.

Installed 3.6.19 in a new and separate folder hoping to run both - one v5 installation and one 3.6 installation I could use for work. However 3.6.19 managed to find the V5 install folder and overwrote itself there as well as in the new dedicated folder. Then I tried to leave feedback but you can't leave feedback without Release 5!

I am not going to install 5 all over again just to send feedback and then have to rollback to 3.6.19 again so I am sending this as a support message instead for you to log!!!

Please do not retire 3.6.19 until 5 supports this plug.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-GB; rv:1.9.2.19) Gecko/20110707 Firefox/3.6.19

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the-edmeister
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Sorry, is is up to F5 Networks to keep their plugin compatible with Firefox. If that plugin was hosted at the official Mozilla add-ons website, it would be tested for compatibility before a new version of Firefox is released; if it works it is marked as compatible, if not the developer of the add-on would be contacted by email that a compatibility issue was found.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=F5+Networks&cat=all&x=0&y=0
Add-ons hosted elsewhere are on their own.