Re: Firefox extended support release


you can use Chrome on Windows 7 but JAWS 13 is not likely to work with
Chrome. JAWS 2018 is compatible with Chrome. Alternatively, you can try
NVDA and Chrome if you're not able to upgrade to JAWS 2018.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Andrew J. LaPointe [mailto:alapointe89@...]
Sent: Monday, Sep 17, 2018 8:19 AM EST
Subject: Firefox extended support release

*Hi, I am using windows 7 with jaws 13. Would I be able to use Chrome as
a browser??  I am using firefox at the time but, constantly telling that
it is  outdated.  I think that it would cost me a bundle to upgrade to
windows 10 and jaws to what ever it is at this time.  Can someone give
me some suggestions?  Thanks so much, Andy and Shubert*
*From:* Marty Hutchings <mailto:mhutchings@...>
*Sent:* Monday, September 17, 2018 8:04 AM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release
Paul,  I have installed Chrome and you are right, it is much faster.  I
wish that I had discovered this a while ago and had all of that time
back that I spent waiting for Firefox to download pages.
Love in Christ
*From:* paul lemm <mailto:paul.lemm@...>
*Sent:* Monday, September 17, 2018 2:58 AM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

Hi Marty,

Chrome actually works really well with jaws 18, I haven’t had any issues
with it at all. I also find chrome a lot faster than most other
browsers, which is one of the main reasons I use it.





*From:* <> *On Behalf Of *Marty
*Sent:* 17 September 2018 00:10
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

Paul,  How does Crome work with JAWS 18?  I am using Firefox version 52
and JAWS 18 and it works, but I have run into problems with some web
pages and want a different browser and you say that you use Crome as
your main browser with Firefox as a back up.

Love in Christ

*From:*paul lemm <mailto:paul.lemm@...>

*Sent:*Sunday, September 16, 2018 4:46 PM

*To:* <>

*Subject:*Re: Firefox extended support release

Hi Bill,

I had the same issue the other day ,I’m only running  jaws 18, so looks
like that’s what the issue must be. In all fairness  I actually use
chrome as my main browser, but use Firefox as a backup. I should be able
to find and download an older version of Firefox and work out how to
prevent it updating, but just wanted to check which version of Firefox I
would be looking to download that would still work with jaws 18. Can you
confirm which version I’m looking for? As for the security  side of
everything, I completely understand risks of not using the most up to
date browser and I’m fine with that side of things, especially  since I
really only use Firefox as a backup option as I mentioned previously.


*From:* <>
< <>> *On Behalf Of *Bill White
*Sent:* 15 September 2018 23:58
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

Well, I did this for a number of years. I use Eset NOD32 as my
antivirus, and I turned off all the threat measures in Firefox. I don’t
need multilayers of protection, as long as my antivirus and firewall are
working and up-to-date.

If I were going to help someone do this, I would give them caveats, but
many people don’t want to pay for another version of JAWS, and may want
to stay with their same browser.

Bill White

billwhite92701@... <mailto:billwhite92701@...>

*From:* <>
[] *On Behalf Of *JM Casey
*Sent:* Saturday, September 15, 2018 3:49 PM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

Hey Bill.

You seem to know what you’re talking about in this group and so I don’t
want to come off as overly critical….

But are you sure helping people to do this is really a worthy cause? At
least, without some important caveats?

Mozilla themselves do not recommend doing this. Version 52 won’t even be
receiving security updates anymore. I suppose it’s all right, so long as
people understand that it should be only a temporary measure til they
get around to switching to a different course.

*From:* <>
< <>> *On Behalf Of *Bill White
*Sent:* September 15, 2018 6:45 PM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

Hi, Marilyn. The problem is that whichever version of Firefox you had
previously, it updated automatically, and, because you don’t have JAWS
2018, Firefox 62.0 will not work with your version of JAWS.

The only thing to do is to download an earlier version of Firefox and,
after installing it, make sure you disable automatic updating of
Firefox. This takes a few steps to make sure it doesn’t update.

If you are interested, Write back. I’ll have you call me, and I’ll also
walk you through the process of disabling any future updates.

Bill White

billwhite92701@... <mailto:billwhite92701@...>

*From:* <>
[] *On Behalf Of *Marilyn Bland
*Sent:* Saturday, September 15, 2018 3:39 PM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

I checked on my desktop and Firefox is there but I cannot tell what
version it is.

The whole message says “Display of tab content has been disabled. Update
your screenreader software or switch to Firefox extended support release.”

My laptop is set to automatically do updates, so I don’t know what the
problem is.



*From:* <>
[] *On Behalf Of *JM Casey
*Sent:* Saturday, September 15, 2018 5:22 PM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: Firefox extended support release

Is that the whole extent of the message you are getting? It doesn’t
sound like it’s telling you to do anything. Do you use firefox already?
What version?

*From:* <>
< <>> *On Behalf Of *Marilyn
*Sent:* September 15, 2018 6:19 PM
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Firefox extended support release

Hello all,

Yesterday I had no problems with opening a link in the body of certain
emails, but now I’m getting a prompt that says the link cannot open and
I should do the following: “Firefox extended support release.”

What does this mean? How would I go about doing this?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you so much.


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