Recently I think Mozilla dropped their support for Firefox 3 (I’m not very sure about this) and forced users to upgrade to Firefox 12.0, which served as a platform for further updates as 12.0 could determine whether the OS a user was using could support 13.0 or newer.
Whatever. It seems that Google have dropped Toolbar support for newer versions of Firefox, and now I cannot use it here.
Is there a way to revert to Firefox 3.6.28 (newest Firefox 3 version)
or to force Google Toolbar to run on Firefox 12.0?
Thanks for your answers, and if this question has already been asked, please forgive me
June 9, 2012
As you can see here: http://www.google.com/toolbar/ie/index.html , Google Toolbar is now available only for Internet Explorer (it is not ‘officially’ compatible with any releases after Firefox 4).
But, it can be “made compatible” with the newer versions of Firefox. Check out: http://www.itsabhik.com/tech/how-to-enable-google-toolbar-in-firefox-10-11-12-13.html
By the way, you should be using Firefox 13 now. :)
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