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Have an old web site that I need access. IE 7 or earlier works Firefox 3 or 4 does not. User agent switcher used to have older versions listed but doesn't now. Any other ideas?

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This is an old app to a server that will have no software updates. I can get logged in but when I try to go to any other page within the app it displays about 8 lines of WWWWWWW along the left side of the window followed by my username and message "Please wait page is loading". It never loads. App works with IE7 or older but have never successfully gotten Firefox 3 or 4 to work. Have had some success with User Agent Switcher Add On with some other apps in the past but it now doesn't show browser versions going back far enough to try them.

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Try using an old version of Firefox Portable, installed to your hard drive.

http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable
Scroll to the bottom of the page, under Legacy Versions.

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Installed and tried Firefox Portable ver 3.0.19 with same results. Screen shot attached. Should I try a different version?

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I can't guarantee anything, but there's a website that offers old versions of Firefox back to 0.8, so it should have what you need. :-)

http //www oldapps com/firefox php

Good luck!

edit: This is a unofficial download site and not safe. No need for it as Mozilla hosts all since beginning for public access.

Okulungisiwe ngu James

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Installed 2.0.0.20 with same result. Thanks for the idea though. Starting to look as if I'm going to have to use IE7 for this one app.

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If that site uses IE specific code then it will never work in Firefox.

Use an extension like IE Tab or IE View to use the IE rendering engine in Firefox.