Will I be able to use Inquiry Pro with the Mozilla Firefox browser?
|Rich||09/12/2006 01:59 pm|
|Sent September 12, 2006 from
Oleg Chernavin has said Offline Browser Pro and Inqury Professional "...have different purposes. Inquiry is not a site downloader. It is storage for the pages you find useful and want to save. It can manage these pages, find them for you, etc. It is highly integrated with Internet Explorer, so you can access the saved pages instantly. It is like heavily extended version of Favorites."
I use the Mozilla Firefox browser not Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Will I be able to use Inquiry Professional with the Mozilla Firefox browser? If not today, with as many as 215 million people now using Firefox, will Inquiry Professional be made to work with Firefox in the near future?
|Oleg Chernavin||09/13/2006 03:28 am|
|There is integration with FireFox using its context menu already. 1.5 version of Inquiry should have this greatly improved and we will continue working on that.
|Rich O'Brien||12/29/2006 10:58 am|
|> There is integration with FireFox using its context menu already. 1.5 version of Inquiry should have this greatly improved and we will continue working on that.
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
Sent December 29, 2006 from
What I'm praying for is an Inquiry that will run in Firefox just as it does now in Internet Explorer. So I don't have to switch back and forth from Firefox to Internet Explorer.
Firefox downloads as of December 29, 2006 are up to 276,672,785. Every day millions of people leave Internet Explorer and move to the Firefox browser.
|Oleg Chernavin||12/30/2006 04:15 am|
|I agree. But we have so many things to do. Anyway, FireFox is still one of our priorities.