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Mozilla Firefox

by Tathraman / March 4, 2005 5:48 AM PST

Using Firefox and XP home, I've had a problem logging on to my bank. I can get the home page fine, and then the log-on page but after that the browser just drops out. A window from Mozilla Quality Feedback Agent advises that I'm in a queue to send a program crash report and then I get a message that the agent is unable to connect to the server and to check my proxy settings. How do I do this - and what exactly should I do?
TIA
DT

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Try Another Browser
by dcmorris / March 4, 2005 6:01 AM PST
In reply to: Mozilla Firefox

It is my understanding all sites are not Firefox friendly (which is unfortunate).
I maintain IE and Firefox for just such situations.
You might call your bank and ask them if they can help.

DC

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It seems as Mo/FF gain in popularity...
by caktus / March 4, 2005 6:13 AM PST
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more and more problems are descovered. If your gonna keep using Mo/FF you might wanna maintain IE or Netscape for when "stuff happens".

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Firefox plug-in called ieview...
by prescotthenry / March 4, 2005 9:14 AM PST
In reply to: Mozilla Firefox

is one that I use almost daily for just the problem you cite. When an internet site doesn't perform correctly in Firefox, ieview provides a right-click option that will pull up the same site in IE.

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