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How do I get a prior version if the supported version is incompatible with my environment?
I am a developer on a rails application, and our test suite is not compatible with Firefox 8. Specifically, we are Rails 2 with an older version of Selenium that hangs when it tries to run Firefox 8.
I can not get involved in a huge dependency update maze just to be able to keep running my regression tests. I did not intentionally update FF, and I need to revert to FF7 in order to continue doing my job.
Could somebody please tell me how to get prior versions, specifically for Mac OS X in my case? 7.x would be fine.
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hmmm not fair if only certain users can retro back to 7 while the rest of us are in pain from hanging, freezing, AddOns that don't work (although I found a real back door way around one of them).. I also lost the use of Open Office to boot so I had to uninstall it & that was pain.. iSad
I also need to revert back to previous version. The blogging module that allows me to do my job no longer works in V8. I need the Mac version. Thanks Tom
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See this article about how to install multiple versions on Mac OS X: