Re: Getting citicards to work with firefox (Was:: Getting Fox News to work with Firefox)

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Douglas Phillipson wrote:
> Aaron Konstam wrote:
>> On Sun, 2007-01-21 at 07:51 -0700, Christopher A. Williams wrote:
>>> Unfortunately, while I agree this is the fault of CNN and Fox
>>> respectively, the bottom line is they are not willing to take
>>> responsibility for it. Until they do, the "fault" falls to the Fedora
>>> Project team and 3rd party repository owners to ensure that, when
>>> these
>>> extras are installed, they work for at least the most commonly visited
>>> sites work as designed.
>> Let us forget about news sites for a minute. firefox will not allow you
>> to check the balance on your credit card by going to:
>> These things really have to be dealt with if Linux is to be a viable
>> alternative to Windows.
>> -- 
> I found that when you hit, as soon as the site comes up,
> before it goes blank, you can hit the "Stop" button on the browser and
> the site then works fine.  If you wait too long the site goes blank. I'm
> not good enough to create a greasemonkey script to do this.  I wonder if
> a Greasemonkey expert could assist here.
> Doug P
	Also right-clicking the blank screen, selecting PLAY frome the
drop-down flash menu so that play is de-selected seems to work also.

Is anyone using the flashplayer final for linux?  Maybe this would solve
the problem or maybe Macromedia still has some work to do!

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