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Pyroshane

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#1 13 years ago

When I try to use some of the features of this board and similar ones, I get a popup saying that I need to edit my Mozilla config in order to allow it. How exactly would I do this? Sorry for so many questions on the board all at once, but right after I get the answers to one, a website I frequented switched over to this format and now I have a lot of trouble posting there. Oh, and I tried the fix on the mozilla website about creating the user.js file and pasting the stuff they provided in there, but it did not work, so I must have done something wrong.




Revenge VIP Member

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#2 13 years ago

Well first of all make sure you have Mozilla 1.0 - it's the latest version. Get it here. The versions previous to 1.0 are Betas, and so may have bugs like that. If that doesn't fix the problem, then tell Mozilla about it as they welcome that sort of stuff.




Kilobyte

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#3 13 years ago
RevenGet it here.

^ Mozilla Firefox 1.0.

Mozilla Suite. 1.7.5 is the latest version of Mozilla itself. :p

Opera is also a good alternative to Internet Explorer, I use it as well. No extensions though, its at version 7.54. It has options to disguise itself as Mozilla, Netscape, and Internet Explorer.




Pyroshane

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#4 13 years ago

Well, I am using Firefox 1.0, but talking to other people also using it, they are not having problems with the forums, so it has to be something on my end. If I uninstall firefox through the control panel, will all my bookmarks, extensions, and settings still be there when I reinstall?




Kilobyte

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#5 13 years ago

I don't know. Just in case. try backing up your profile.

My Computer - C:\ Documents and Settings \ (your profile) \ Application Data \ Mozilla \ Firefox \ .

The gibberish named folder is your firefox profile. Just copy it to somewhere else. Your bookmarks are in a HTML (web page) file, in the folder, "boomarks.htm". You can just copy that into your new profile, when Firefox creates it, to get them back.