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After upgrade, Firefox 22.214.171.12420 doesn't appear under Actual Multiple Monitors V5.11! How do I fix this?
After upgrading to V126.96.36.19920, Firefox runs but is invisible on the screen. I cannot remember what version I upgraded from but this performed normally under Actual Multiple Monitors as does all other installed software.
Currently this is forcing me to use Internet Explorer which runs faultlessly.
If I stop Actual Multiple Monitors, Firefox will still not be visible although listed in Windows Task Manager.
When I exit Actual Multiple Monitors, Firefox operates as normal.
How do I fix this?
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I uninstalled V43 and re-installed V42. This seems to have resolved the problem. I haven't had any response from the AMM forum yet but it's early days yet. I will post any reply I receive to further aid a resolution.Đọc câu trả lời này trong ngữ cảnh 👍 0
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Sounds like an incompatibility with the Actual Multiple Monitors program, not a problem with Firefox 42.
Have you posted about that problem in the Actual Forums? http://www.actualtools.com/forum/
I wonder if it is a problem that Actual Multiple Monitors has with the 64-bit version of Firefox. Have you tried the 32-bit version of Firefox 42?
Hi edmeister thanks for your reply - much appreciated!
I'll try out your suggestions and come back to you. I have a feeling Actual Multiple Monitors will just tell me to upgrade to their latest version but who knows ...
A bit more info - when I clicked your link in the email, firefox opened with Actual Multiple Monitors (AMM) running!! However, after I closed the browser it would not open again until I closed AMM.
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I uninstalled V43 and re-installed V42. This seems to have resolved the problem. I haven't had any response from the AMM forum yet but it's early days yet. I will post any reply I receive to further aid a resolution.
Just an update!
AMM have confirmed that this is a confirmed problem and advise an upgrade to their latest product as a solution as expected.