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Re: Getting Fox News to work with Firefox



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Tim wrote:

> On Sun, 2007-01-21 at 19:33 -0600, Les Mikesell wrote:
>> Firefox is a cross-platform app.  Can you be a little more specific 
>> about how this relates to Linux vs. Windows?
> 
> As my point (was it a Firefox or Fedora issue).  There are a lot of
> variables.
> 
> Does Firefox outside of Fedora work with it?  If so, is the difference
> down to it being Firefox on Fedora, or Firefox on Linux in general.  If
> the problem is Firefox, is it something that should be fixed up by those
> making Firefox, or those packaging the version installed on Fedora?
> 
> Is it the plugins or media players?  If it's them, is their problem
> really *their* problem, or the OS that they're running in.

We are still talking about www.citibank.com here correct?

Firefox 2.0.0.1 on Windows XP Pro. Works with no problems.

Firefox 2.0.0.1 on Rawhide. Works with no problems.

To 'view' the advisements you do need to have Flask 9 installed.

So it does not look like this is a Firefox problem. It does not look like this
is a Linux problem. At least not here.

Other Linux distrobution? Can't say. But why would you think that?

Perhaps your install is old? Your Firefox is old? Your system is miss configured?
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  David
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