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[quote="Cupid"]Yes anything is possible... I know that I dont know enough to be able to give advice on this one, hence my suggestion that Keith might be the best person to respond. This is the only post on this subject, and since Firefox has an automated prompt for update I would expect many others to have installed that version by now... so I'm thinking the problem is actually probably localised to the OP. But I have no clue where the problem might lie or even where to suggest looking.[/quote]
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Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 2:26 pm
Well, I have Firefox 3.0.10 installed and I've kept Greasemonkey updated with the current version and everything has worked seamlessly for me. It might be something as simple as Greasemonkey being deactivated after the update and that simply clicking on the little Greasemonkey icon to reactivate it would get it working again.
In any case, going through the installation procedure should certainly work and I would recommend doing nothing until hearing from the OP again.
Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 10:48 am
I will that I install 3.0.10 myself and debug this. Just give me couple of days for this, and in the meantime use the main interface.
Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 9:47 am
Yes anything is possible... I know that I dont know enough to be able to give advice on this one, hence my suggestion that Keith might be the best person to respond.
This is the only post on this subject, and since Firefox has an automated prompt for update I would expect many others to have installed that version by now... so I'm thinking the problem is actually probably localised to the OP.
But I have no clue where the problem might lie or even where to suggest looking.
Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 7:37 am
Mark, I have Keith's email address, just don't want to post it here. Are we sure that this is something that he has to address? The script should be the same, is it possible that the Greasemonkey itself has to be updated?
Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 1:30 am
I took the:
to indicate that they had done that and previously had the link, but after an update to Firefox it had gone away.
If that is the case we need Keith to take a look dont we?... Does anyone know how to contact him?
Posted: Tue May 26, 2009 6:41 pm
You'll need to install the Greasemonkey script. See the following thread for instructions:
Posted: Tue May 26, 2009 10:26 am
Post subject: Lost link to GIXEN on ebay auction pages (firefox issue)
When Firefox updated to 3.0.10, the snipe button on the ebay auction page disappeared.
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