I've deployed my application with ClickOnce. When I go to the deployed site produced by ClickOnce (..\publish.htm), Firefox displays the site properly. However when I click the "Launch" hyeperlink there, all I get is a page-full of XML listing. What's supposed to happen is that Firefox should launch the application subject to the specified prerequisites.
I have tried three different machines (2 running XP Pro, 1 running Vista Ultimate) and the same thing happens.
If you want to check, the site I'm testing is at www.abbeycontrols.co.uk. Navigate to "Applications & Calculators" and click the application there: http://www.abbeycontrols.co.uk/abbey/applications/IgnitionBox/publish.htm
My machine runs Vista Ultimate SP2 but I have tried it on other machines running XP Pro SP3. Same problem. I had similar problem with Internet Explorer but this has now been fixed by changing the "Compatibility View" settings. I can't find similar setting for Firefox. Google Chrome has the same problem but I'll take this up with Google.
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See if this helps you with Firefox.
And here's a search of mozilla.developer site pages.
Many thanks for the suggestion. It doesn't give me any pointers at all what is wrong and what to do about it.
IE's "Compatibility View" usually fixes stuff that doesn't meet current web standards, from the days of IE5 & 6 when IE tried to "enforce" their perception of those "standards" upon the internet. Firefox hasn't needed a "Compatibility View" because it has always followed "web standards" fairly consistently.
Issues with XML is beyond my knowledge, but you could try posting at the Web Development / Standards Evangelism forum at MozillaZine. The helpers over there are more knowledgeable about web page development issues with Firefox.
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