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Firefox on a chromebook, tyring to install extensions for dashlane

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I have a new chromebook (Lenova Duet 3) I can install and use Firefox. I have had Dashlane (password keeper) working fine with Firefox for years. The Dashlane extensions work with Chrome, but I can't seem to get them to work with Frefox. The Chrome search engines choices are limited; ones that I never use with Firefox. Is there something in the Chromebook environment that limits firefox capabilities? (Am I looking for something that just is not possible?) Is there a work around? (Any Linux tricks?) I also have asked the same question of Dashlane, but have not heard back yet. My imperfect solution is use Chrome when it is a known website, and the password is recorded with Dashlane, and to use Firefox for new searches, where the choice of search engines is better.

Has anyone developed a search engine where there are no "sponsored" results. I understand that it would probably not be free.

I have a new chromebook (Lenova Duet 3) I can install and use Firefox. I have had Dashlane (password keeper) working fine with Firefox for years. The Dashlane extensions work with Chrome, but I can't seem to get them to work with Frefox. The Chrome search engines choices are limited; ones that I never use with Firefox. Is there something in the Chromebook environment that limits firefox capabilities? (Am I looking for something that just is not possible?) Is there a work around? (Any Linux tricks?) I also have asked the same question of Dashlane, but have not heard back yet. My imperfect solution is use Chrome when it is a known website, and the password is recorded with Dashlane, and to use Firefox for new searches, where the choice of search engines is better. Has anyone developed a search engine where there are no "sponsored" results. I understand that it would probably not be free.

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Problem resolved. The Firefox app was originally installed via Google Play Store. I uninstalled the original, then reinstalled using the linux terminal. Everything is working fine. Instructions for linux were found a website called Dignited and were very simple and straight forward.

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Are you sure that version is for linux and not Windows O/S. Maybe check with dashlane for their apps issue or something.

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Hi

Are you using the Linux or Android version of Firefox?

If you are using the Linux version, you can install the Dashlane add-on from:

https://www.dashlane.com/extension/standalone

I hope that this helps.

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Speaking of search engine choices, this site https://mycroftproject.com/ has a lot of options.

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Problem resolved. The Firefox app was originally installed via Google Play Store. I uninstalled the original, then reinstalled using the linux terminal. Everything is working fine. Instructions for linux were found a website called Dignited and were very simple and straight forward.