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Older Versions?

RoboForm2GO is not attaching to Firefox 7 (at least on my W7 system). Wanted to try to install Firefox 6 again to see if RoboForm2GO would attach to that. Anyone know where the older versions of Firefox portable can be accessed, either in general or specifically Firefox 6.x.x? Thanks!

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Unsupported

6.0 is now unsupported (as 7.0 is essentially 6.1 or 6.0.2) and should not be used. You'll need to contact RoboForm to get support for it.

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Yes, but I still need it

John - I am absolutely aware that this is a RoboForm problem and not a Portable Apps problem, and I have been working with them, even running their "tracer" program and submitting the log (which, by the way, had a complete list of every login and password, and I am fairly ticked at them for including that in their tracer, which I noticed BEFORE submitting back to the tech).

That said, I will still need v6.x to see if the new roboform works with that version (e.g., is it a v7.x problem or does it go beyond that).

SO ... if you can please tell me where to get Portable Firefox 6.1, it would be appreciated. THanks.

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SourceForge

You'll find them in the Firefox section of our files on SourceForge. They're organized by version number. You can click on the "Name" column to sort.

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Hmmm

7.0 is essentially 6.1 or 6.0.2

I'm uncomfortable with that statement.
While it is true that Firefox has radically altered their release windows and their numbering, it is what it is. 7.0 is in every way 7.0, because that's what they call it. Calling it anything else is just confusing.
Otherwise, you could say that that 5.0 is essentially 4.1, which would make 6.0=4.2, etc...
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Security and Support-wise

I'm saying security and support-wise, because it is. It's not like before where once 4.0 was released, 3.6 would be supported for X amount of time. With each new version, the previous is unequivocally dead.

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this may cause more trouble, but

this may cause more trouble, but would you be willing to try forcing to run in FF7?

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just because you can force a add-on to run does not mean it will work, or work properly, or not cause problems etc - so do so at your own discretion/risk :-p.
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the two ways I know of are Nightly Tester Tools and Add-on Compatibility Reporter.

I have no idea if that will help you, but I do know backing up your Firefox / Data before you try would be a wise thing Wink

If you do try this, good luck and I hope it helps Smile

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