I share your pain.
I, too, have not been able to install any Firefox version recently, including
conspicuously failing with the allegedly accessible ESR versions and even the
older portable versions without the Accessibility warning and consequent
problems using Firefox springing up on install. Why Mozilla would want to
cripple accessibility on even the older portable versions is a mystery to me.
If anybody has an old portable install that has not been update/crippled by
Mozilla I would be glad to receive it as I want to use an old Portable version
of Firefox with WebVisum as a capture solution.
Although I am not happy you are having problems it is reassuring to an extent
for me. I thought it was just me.
My solution is to dump Firefox.
I am now using Chrome firstly and Waterfox as a backup.
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From: Joe Bourke
Sent: 04 August 2018 10:49
Subject: [access-uk] Re: firefox
Hi George i done what you said and i still am not able to get it working.
On 03/08/2018 18:08, George Bell wrote:
If you have access to enable downloads (IE11?) you will find the extended
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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Joe Bourke
Sent: 03 August 2018 17:57
Subject: [access-uk] firefox
i have downloaded Firefox and when i try to use it i get this message that
comes up and i cannot work it. but my jaws is up to date.
I am using Win 7 and I E 11
display to tab content due to incompatibility between firefox and your
accessibility software please up date your screen reader or switch to firefox
extended support release
can anybody help please