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new update not compatible with OS but overwrote old; want to go back

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Have MacPowerBookG4 with OS 10.5.8 with Power PC. Firefox 4 was downloaded onto it, overwriting old Firefox version. New version is not supported but old version is gone. How do I get it back?

Have MacPowerBookG4 with OS 10.5.8 with Power PC. Firefox 4 was downloaded onto it, overwriting old Firefox version. New version is not supported but old version is gone. How do I get it back?

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Found others same problem Found link to old version in this forum. Downloaded it. Thank you. Would like to know how long it will be supported. Can't afford a new computer with an Intel chip yet.

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How do I return to the old FF3 version? I have a FF icon with a line through it and can do nothing with it, nor can I find the old FF3 file...... Is there step by step instructions? I've never downloaded something that I've not been able to correct. But this has me perplexed... HELP!!!  :-)

I certainly wish there was a warning that FF 4 is not compatible with Mac PowerPC processors.  My desktop Mac G5 is my little workhorse and I also cannot purchase a new Mac yet.
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Yes, a big orange warning would have been helpful. Here is the link for 3.6.16 for anyone else with this problem:

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-older.html

My G4 is not compatible with my video camera, either; one of many cascading examples why I'm feeling "old". Cheers and best wishes to those of us with not-flat 20 year old TVs, and whose turn-table record players still work.