|Adam Webb||11/13/2006 07:10 am|
|According to your website, Inquiry Standard is already integrated with Firefox 2.0. Yet I can see no way within Inquiry to configure this, and right clicking in Firefox does not produce the required box. Any idea whent his will be fixed?|
|Oleg Chernavin||11/13/2006 07:38 am|
|Can you please use FireFox to open the .xpi file from the directory where Inquiry is installed? This should install the integration.
|Adam Webb||11/14/2006 05:00 am|
|I tried to install the .xpi file as requested, only to recieve a message telling me it could not be installed, as MetaProducts Integration 1.1.2 was not compatible with Firefox 2.0. Any other ideas?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/14/2006 05:11 am|
|It is possible to update (Find Updates) the plugin in FF 2.0 and it will load the new version 1.1.5 for you.
|Adam Webb||11/15/2006 05:33 am|
|I have version 1.4.339 service release 2 of Inquiry Standard. When I go to Plug-ins, it informs me that this feature is only available with the Pro edition. So at present, Inquiry Standard appears not to work with Firefox 2.0|
|Oleg Chernavin||11/15/2006 05:42 am|
|You mixed up two plugins - in Inquiry and in FireFox. Please use FireFox plugins dialog.
|Adam Webb||11/15/2006 06:55 am|
|Ah yes, I see it now. Got the plug-in, and installed it with partial success. Firefox 2.0 will now download pages, but does not give me a choice as to where they are saved. Using Opera or MISE, Inquiry offers a choice of folders?|
|Adam Webb||11/15/2006 06:58 am|
|Okay, found the solution to this one, for anyone else having difficulty, it's configured from within Firefox. Thanks, Oleg, for your help.|
|Oleg Chernavin||11/15/2006 07:03 am|
|You are welcome!