Isn’t that a beta or alpha version? What happens if you downgrade,
I’m not sure if you can run an earlier installer over the current installation
or if you have to uninstall the current version first? Or, you could test
by running Firefox Portable and seeing if it works properly.
I advise that Firefox Portable be used for various reasons I’ll explain in
another message if people want to know.
If you want to use alpha or beta versions, I advise having
Firefox Portable on the machine as a backup.
Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2021 2:59 PM
Subject: [nvda] Updated Firefox to version 89, can no longer use
says it all, really. Everything just says "unknown" when trying to use Firefox
version 89 using Windows 10. Microsoft Windows
Version 20H2 (OS Build 19042.985).
Yes, addons of both NVDA &
Firefox are now disabled, & I have refreshed Firefox. Yes, I can provide a
log for interested parties. Yes, I have tried running comm registration tool.
There is text on the screen, Seeing AI sees it, but NVDA does not recognize it,
nor does narrator.