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  1. 28 Apr '06 15:35
    Anybody using Firefox as their web browser. Are there any problems with RHP, concerning javascript, etc.? Thinking about replacing Internet Explorer. Thx
  2. 28 Apr '06 15:55
    I've a little problem with firefox, when i can't use the menu "My home, My settings New game Forums Community Help." in this menu, only the home icon and the "games waiting" "unread messages" and "log out" works.

    But all functionnality (except the help) can be used in an other way, so it doesn't mind, even if that can perturb you the first times.

    I Hope I help you.
  3. 28 Apr '06 16:02
    I use Firefox and haven't experienced any problems.
  4. 28 Apr '06 16:06
    Originally posted by der schwarze Ritter
    I use Firefox and haven't experienced any problems.
    ditto
  5. 28 Apr '06 16:11
    No problems here. Whoever had the issues, what version are you running?
  6. Standard member DeepThought
    Losing the Thread
    28 Apr '06 16:14
    I have no problems with Firefox either. You probably have an old version so upgrading to the latest should solve the problem; there was a security alert recently so it's probably a good idea anyway.
  7. 28 Apr '06 16:17
    No problems here either. Go for it, and then install Greasemonkey and check out ouroboros' user scripts. They add a lot of functionality to RHP (or TFC, RHC, or CAW).
  8. Standard member leisurelysloth
    Man of Steel
    28 Apr '06 16:38
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    *kidding* It works great.
  9. 28 Apr '06 16:57
    I just downloaded firefox. Now i have both browsers, so if issues do come up i can switch to the other. as a computer illiterate, i'm always leery of taking a step like this in case anything goes wrong, so i must to the wise. So far, however, everything has worked fine. Thanks for info everybody.
  10. 28 Apr '06 19:08 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Shinidoki
    ditto
    ditto that ditto.
  11. 28 Apr '06 19:32
    Originally posted by Shinidoki
    ditto
    I second that ditto.
  12. Standard member Wulebgr
    Angler
    28 Apr '06 21:30
    Originally posted by ChessJester
    I second that ditto.
    third (or fourth)

    I have problems when I use Explorer (no tabbed browsing, and lots of security holes). Firefox works fine.
  13. Standard member mosquitorespect
    Not Royalty
    28 Apr '06 23:18
    Originally posted by buddy2
    I just downloaded firefox. Now i have both browsers, so if issues do come up i can switch to the other. as a computer illiterate, i'm always leery of taking a step like this in case anything goes wrong, so i must to the wise. So far, however, everything has worked fine. Thanks for info everybody.
    You will need IE to access certain websites which have not been programmed (right word?) to accept Firefox. Also you will find you need it for Windows Update and to download extra functionality for Microsoft programs such as the Office suite, as propietary ActiveX controls are used.
  14. 29 Apr '06 00:56
    Firefox is the way to go! Make the switch. I did and never had problems like I did with IE.
  15. 29 Apr '06 12:59
    me too using firefox and is ok with me, no problems....
    anyway, IE take some time to load the page and it can't open tabs. But, firefox can open tabs and it is faster.