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The MNSURE avordable healthcare site is optimized for Firefox 24, how can I download it as my download on 12/18 isn't working while filing my application?

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I am filling out online forms. In a "state your income" form, the site doesn't recognize the input as dollars with or without the dollar sign. MNSURE tech messages say such problems are likely browser issues. The MNSURE site says it works well with Firefox 17, 22 and 24.

I am filling out online forms. In a "state your income" form, the site doesn't recognize the input as dollars with or without the dollar sign. MNSURE tech messages say such problems are likely browser issues. The MNSURE site says it works well with Firefox 17, 22 and 24.

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I can't think of a change in Firefox 26 that would affect how a website interprets numbers. I suggest entering only numerals and the decimal point, in other words, leave the comma out of a number like 10,000.00.

If you need to run Firefox 24 just for one website, you can use the "Portable" version. This is an unofficial package of Firefox that you can run out of a folder or from a USB flash drive. It doesn't change your existing settings. You can choose your language from this page:

Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition 24.0 at SourceForge.net

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I can't think of a change in Firefox 26 that would affect how a website interprets numbers. I suggest entering only numerals and the decimal point, in other words, leave the comma out of a number like 10,000.00.

If you need to run Firefox 24 just for one website, you can use the "Portable" version. This is an unofficial package of Firefox that you can run out of a folder or from a USB flash drive. It doesn't change your existing settings. You can choose your language from this page:

Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition 24.0 at SourceForge.net

I can't think of a change in Firefox 26 that would affect how a website interprets numbers. I suggest entering only numerals and the decimal point, in other words, leave the comma out of a number like 10,000.00. If you need to run Firefox 24 just for one website, you can use the "Portable" version. This is an unofficial package of Firefox that you can run out of a folder or from a USB flash drive. It doesn't change your existing settings. You can choose your language from this page: [http://sourceforge.net/projects/portableapps/files/Mozilla%20Firefox%2C%20Portable%20Ed./Mozilla%20Firefox%2C%20Portable%20Edition%2024.0/ Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition 24.0 at SourceForge.net]