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How do I enable Java in Firefox 3.6.11? (The "Enable Java" box in Preferences->Content" disappeared. I lost important functionality (IPMI console from all my servers). Thanks, gus@ldeo.columbia.edu

Firefox 3.6.1 32 bit on an Opteron (x86_64) machine running Linux CentOS 5.2, kernel 2.6.18-92.1.22.el5 #1 SMP. I tried also the 64-bit Firefox RPM but the same problem h… (lire la suite)

Firefox 3.6.1 32 bit on an Opteron (x86_64) machine running Linux CentOS 5.2, kernel 2.6.18-92.1.22.el5 #1 SMP. I tried also the 64-bit Firefox RPM but the same problem happens.

Demandé par guscorrea il y a 9 ans

Réponse de cor-el il y a 9 ans

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I've tried to update but websites still say I'm using an old version. I've downloaded the newest version and run the program from "Downloads"

Sites like Pandora and gmail keep telling me I'm using an old version of Firefox. So I follow their links to upgrade, download the newest version and run it from my downl… (lire la suite)

Sites like Pandora and gmail keep telling me I'm using an old version of Firefox. So I follow their links to upgrade, download the newest version and run it from my downloaded programs. But it doesn't seem to work as the sites still give me the same message.

Demandé par monicafeuerborn il y a 8 ans

Réponse de SafeBrowser il y a 8 ans

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I'm getting messages that I need to update Firefox. I have installed version 7.0.1. What's the deal?

I want to check out Google + . I'm getting a message that says: Your Browser is no longer supported. Google+ no longer supports your browser. Please upgrade your browser.… (lire la suite)

I want to check out Google + . I'm getting a message that says: Your Browser is no longer supported. Google+ no longer supports your browser. Please upgrade your browser. The message also says Google + is supported by Firefox 3.6 and up. I have Firefox 7.0.1

Demandé par Dboyette il y a 8 ans

Réponse de Tim il y a 8 ans

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How to automatically initialize Firefox immediately after installation

I am installing Firefox from the Fedora YUM repositories via Kickstart. After installation, the .mozilla directory and its subdirectories do not exist. Although I have th… (lire la suite)

I am installing Firefox from the Fedora YUM repositories via Kickstart. After installation, the .mozilla directory and its subdirectories do not exist. Although I have the Firefox configuration files I want to install, I don't have a place to put them. And since Firefox seems to create a .mozilla/firefox/*default directory with a random name, I can't easily just create the directory and then insert my files. Is there a way to make this fully automatic?

Demandé par goathill il y a 9 ans

Réponse de cor-el il y a 9 ans

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when i open firefox a software download 3.0.19 appears consistently

when I open firefox a software update window appears 3.0.19 recommending me to download and install ... I have OK#d this several times... but the window keeps on appearin… (lire la suite)

when I open firefox a software update window appears 3.0.19 recommending me to download and install ... I have OK#d this several times... but the window keeps on appearing each time I open firefox

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

Demandé par AnonymousUser il y a 10 ans

Réponse de Morbus il y a 10 ans