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How to install IDM extension on Firefox beta versions?

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which IDM extension can be installed on Firefox beta versions?

which IDM extension can be installed on Firefox beta versions?

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the-edmeister
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That would be a question for IDM - but from what I have been reading in this forum, it seems that IDM is slow at supporting new Firefox release versions lately, so I doubt if they support the beta pre-release versions at all.

Take a look at this add-on, it supports three Firefox versions coming in the future, already - Beta, Aurora, and Nightly channel support.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/flashgot/
http://flashgot.net/

That would be a question for IDM - but from what I have been reading in this forum, it seems that IDM is slow at supporting new Firefox '''release''' versions lately, so I doubt if they support the beta pre-release versions at all. Take a look at this add-on, it supports three Firefox versions coming in the future, already - Beta, Aurora, and Nightly channel support. <br /> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/flashgot/ <br /> http://flashgot.net/

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