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Old 08-25-2011, 03:08 PM   #11
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I've edited this thread for thread drift--see Multiple versions of Firefox on one system and also Can 32 Bit apps run on Win 7 64 Bit? threads--but so that the existing thread is still complete...

franca: Wow. Thanks to you and John I have a smidgeon of hope that I may be able to preserve my beloved add-on, assuming I am willing to continue to put up with the creakiness of the FF version required to run it.
ROFL! I currently have 3 versions of FF on my system--2.something with an add-on/extension that won't run on anything later, 3.20 and what was 4 but is now 6--and I still have the last Netscape install too although I haven't used it in eons. I have each of the FF's set up with a custom shortcut so I can actually start them all independently...

>>Oh ... and under the "Duh" heading, I found my own stash of old FF versions, including the version I'm using now

LOL! I have copies too because I'm tech support for Zo's barn owner and she's got the worst online connection so I never know if I will be able to successfully download via her connection so I download at home and bring it on my flash drive just in case...

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