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Re: Windows live mail question

 

hello helga how are you?
did you try mozilla thunderbird for emails?
its an open source program from firefox company.
i did not know that windows live mail is not compatible with newer
versions of windows.
i use windows xp and it is installed for me by default.
thanks so much and god bless you too!

On 4/16/16, Brian's Mail list account <bglists@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
From feedback I have, live mail 16 is needed,this is the one with
ribbonmenus.

Would not know if there are any screens that a portable install will not
access during this on windows 10, but somebody will know. If she has been an

Outlook Express user, she may prefer the version of OE a third party has
built which does not run on windows 10. It needs a small donation to the
authors via paypal, but you get installation on three machines and support
via their web forum.

I do not have the address, but I just searched for Outlook express for
windows 10 and there are seemingly only two options, one is this normal
version and the other is a rewrite look alike that doesnot seem to work with

screenreaders.
A
couple of words of warning. Whatever you install, if its going to be used
with any access tech, turn off the preview pane when setting up. It can make

nvda do odd things.
Also if you try to install the live mal 14 version it seems to get stuck on

windows 7 and later. It used to work but I think a windows update has messed

it up.
If you use OE even on xp, with nvda, occasionally OE forgets how to display

messages or to be able to write them. an OE restart normally fixes this one.

Certainly works on xp and 7.

Happens if multiple identities are created and the preview pane is on.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Helga Schreiber" <helga.schreiber26@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 6:21 AM
Subject: [nvda] Windows live mail question


Hi all! How are you all? Do any of you use Windows Live mail for your
emails? If so, can you tell me some steps in how can I install windows
live mail with NVDA? I'm just owndering. I want to install windows live mail

in my mom's computer and set her email account. On it! However, I don't know

if that is possible to do with NVDA guys? My mom has windows 10 in her
laptop computer, so I iwll use the portable copy of NVDA that i have in my
drive in order to install WLM on her computer and set everything up! On my
windows computer I don't have windows 10 there yet i will really appreciate

it if you can help me and give me some suggestions regarding this matter! I

look forward in hearing form you soon. Thanks and God bless!

Helga Schreiber

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Re: Browse Mode vs Focus Mode Sound

 

I can't get NVDA 2016.1 to respond to NVDA+Space to change modes in Libre Office Writer in Libre Office 5.1.  I did get the "there's an update available" notification when I started Libre this morning but it's for a minor dot update, not major version update.  I'll see if that changes anything once installed, but I doubt it.

With Office 2010 what's interesting is that if I hit NVDA+F7 to bring up the Elements List in Excel it works just fine.  The Elements dialog immediately pops up (and, helpful for me, is fully visible).  In Word 2010, all I get is the announcement, "Elements List Dialog, Tree View," with no dialog ever appearing.  Using the left or right arrow buttons to go through the element radio button choice does nothing and you get nothing announced, and the first hit of TAB gets, "Filter by, ALT+F."  This is in a document that is laden with hyperlinks and, if memory serves, that should be the element shown by default when the Elements List is invoked.  I'm doubly stuck because I don't have the visual element to be able to see what NVDA seems to be doing, it just doesn't ever show up on the screen and I know darned well that I have plenty of links in this document.

Brian


Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

 

hi.
someone told me that in the address bar type about:config.
in the list, search and find xpinstall.signatures.required press enter
to deactivate it.
i read firefox new versions and release note and this problem happened
in firefox since version 41.
hope that help.
thank for your question and god bless you.

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I am given to believe that this add on is not approved any more, either use

an older version of the Firefox program, or you have to hack about in the
advanced settings to turn off approval certification.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ali Colak" <alish54@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 11:39 AM
Subject: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!


Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali





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written down with them in the Taurat and the Injeel [who] enjoins them
good and forbids them evil, and makes lawful to them the good things
and makes unlawful to them impure things, and removes from them their
burden and the shackles which were upon them; so [as for] those who
believe in him and honor him and help him, and follow the light which
has been sent down with him, these it is that are the successful.
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Re: Browse Mode vs Focus Mode Sound

Mallard
 

Hello there,


Would H and K work in LibreOffice as well in browse Mode?


It would be so convenient.

Ciao,

Ollie

Il 16/04/2016 06:34, Andre Fisher ha scritto:
Hi Brian.
When you first start Microsoft Word, NVDA defaults to focus mode so
that you can type text. If you press NVDA+Space, the tone you hear is
that of browse mode. This is where keys like H for heading and K for
link will work, but unless specified, other keys will not go through.
Pressing NVDA+Space will go back to focus mode, so you can type h, k,
etc. again.
If you want to hear 'browse mode' and 'focus mode' when you press the
keystroke, go to the Browse mode dialog and uncheck the Audio
indication of focus and browse mode option.
That second issue is strange. NVDA should behave properly in this
regard. You might want to ensure that you are not in protected mode,
however.

On 4/15/16, Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello All,

I am trying to work a bit more with Browse Mode and Focus Mode,
particularly in the context of an MS-Word document, which is giving me more
than a bit of trouble as far as wrapping my head around what I should be
doing.

One of the first things I'm trying to determine is what mode goes
with what cueing sound. When you hit NVDA+space to switch modes, where and
when you can switch them, one sound is a chime and the other is an
electronic "cheep" of sorts. Which sound indicates which mode? I was
expecting a verbal cue like "browse mode on" or "focus mode on" but that's
not what I'm getting.

Also, I have a 52-page MS-Word document that's chock full of
hyperlinks. When I'm in what I believe is browse mode and I hit NVDA+F7 I
get the announcement regarding the Elements List, but no dialog box appears
like it does if I'm trying the same thing in a webpage. I thought I would
be able to get a set of links showing like I do if I'm in Chrome or Firefox
looking at a webpage, but instead listing all the links within the document,
but the dialog box never appears even though it's announced.

I'm using NVDA 2016.1 and Microsoft Word 2010 running on a
Windows 10 Home, 64-bit machine. Any guidance or assistance would be much
appreciated.

Brian


Re: installation failure

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It would show if its the service pack or not as well of course. if it won't run when run from the folder you put it in then you have a service pack issue.
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Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 1:58 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] installation failure

That sounds to me like a missing or corrupt video driver.  As a temporary workaround, you could run the NVDA installer and make a portable instalation.  Then use the portable instalation to check the status of your drivers and once that's fixed you could re-install a local copy.

Best,

Erik Burggraaf


On Apr 16, 2016, at 8:42 AM, marvin kotler <m.kotler53@...> wrote:

Good morning list; this is Marv here.  First, I am using a laptop which is new to me, sort of.  It is running the latest version of nvda  and windows vista, I believe.  I am having a problem with nvda  not installing; I also cannot get the screen reading shark to install, either.  If anyone has any suggestions that I might try, I would like to hear them; cheers and thanks in advance.
 


Re: installation failure

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What service pack does that machine have? I seem to recall like on XP certain older installations of it have compatibility issues. You need to install the latest service pack I believe. Luckily I never did bother with Vista myself so never encountered this, but I had to use sp3 on XP.
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Subject: [nvda] installation failure

Good morning list; this is Marv here.  First, I am using a laptop which is new to me, sort of.  It is running the latest version of nvda  and windows vista, I believe.  I am having a problem with nvda  not installing; I also cannot get the screen reading shark to install, either.  If anyone has any suggestions that I might try, I would like to hear them; cheers and thanks in advance.
 


Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

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I am given to believe that this add on is not approved any more, either use an older version of the Firefox program, or you have to hack about in the advanced settings to turn off approval certification.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ali Colak" <alish54@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 11:39 AM
Subject: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!


Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali


Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Group,

They just signed Webvisum. You can get the usable version at:

http://www.blindbargains.com/bargains.php?m=15142

On 4/16/2016 6:50 AM, Robert Mendoza wrote:
If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer that there is some security features being added into it. I would suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also, mentioned here the steps for it.

Robert Mendoza

On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
someone sited to click the button for me.

On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@gmail.com> wrote:
Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali





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Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Ejaz Shah
 

There is a signed version of webvisum. I just installed it on the latest Firefox. Details here:
http://blindbargains.com/bargains.php?m=15142

On 4/16/2016 4:44 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
I see.

On 4/16/16, Chris <chrismedley@btinternet.com> wrote:
because its not a approved firefox extension firefox by default blocks
such extensions from other websites
you can get around this by editing your about;config settings
and disableing strict compatibility

but i didnt tell you that if it all goes to hell in a hand cart

good luck


On 16/04/2016 11:50, Robert Mendoza wrote:
If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to
install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer
that there is some security features being added into it. I would
suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation
from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its
is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some
modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also,
mentioned here the steps for it.

Robert Mendoza

On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
someone sited to click the button for me.

On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@gmail.com> wrote:
Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali







Re: installation failure

erik burggraaf <erik@...>
 

That sounds to me like a missing or corrupt video driver.  As a temporary workaround, you could run the NVDA installer and make a portable instalation.  Then use the portable instalation to check the status of your drivers and once that's fixed you could re-install a local copy.

Best,

Erik Burggraaf


On Apr 16, 2016, at 8:42 AM, marvin kotler <m.kotler53@...> wrote:

Good morning list; this is Marv here.  First, I am using a laptop which is new to me, sort of.  It is running the latest version of nvda  and windows vista, I believe.  I am having a problem with nvda  not installing; I also cannot get the screen reading shark to install, either.  If anyone has any suggestions that I might try, I would like to hear them; cheers and thanks in advance.
 


Re: installation failure

Gene
 

Your problem may be caused by UAC.  I believe the command in Vista to allow changes to be made when UAC asks is to use the command alt c.  That is not the command used in later versions of Windows.  Run Narrator and then try installing JAWS and NVDA to see what you hear.  I believe you will hear the UAC dialog and I would expect you will hear, or can tab around to find, the correct command and it's short cut. 
 
Also, I saw here recently that NVDA cannot be installed on Vista unlessI believe it's service pack 3 for Vista is running.  but I know nothing about that except what I saw in a message from one list member.  Whatever the case, if you run narrator first, you should be able to get information about how to continue installations.
 
Gene

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Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:42 AM
Subject: [nvda] installation failure

Good morning list; this is Marv here.  First, I am using a laptop which is new to me, sort of.  It is running the latest version of nvda  and windows vista, I believe.  I am having a problem with nvda  not installing; I also cannot get the screen reading shark to install, either.  If anyone has any suggestions that I might try, I would like to hear them; cheers and thanks in advance.
 


Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Gene
 

I'll also point out that the instructions for opening the add ons interface in firefox are incorrect, should you need to do so.  The instructions on the site say to use alt t then press enter.  That is wrong and people who write instructions especially for publication should try them to make sure they work as described in case their memory is incorrect or they made a mistake they are not aware of.  You use alt t then you type a to get to add ons.  You don't press enter at any time.  You are now in the add ons interface.
 
Gene

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From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:41 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Here is the page where you can read about the signed Webvisum add on. 
 
gene
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From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:12 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

There is a signed version of Webvisum that will work with the current version of Firefox.  I don't have the address for downloading it but it went through the signing procedure by James Scholes, (spelling) and he is a trusted person.  So the file is safe to use and has not been laced with malware.  You can read about it on the blind bargains site.  And information about the download link and how to install it is given there as well. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Chris
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 6:40 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

because its not a approved firefox extension firefox by default blocks
such extensions from other websites
you can get around this by editing your about;config settings
and disableing strict compatibility

but i didnt tell you that if it all goes to hell in a hand cart

good luck


On 16/04/2016 11:50, Robert Mendoza wrote:
> If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to
> install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer
> that there is some security features being added into it. I would
> suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation
> from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its
> is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some
> modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also,
> mentioned here the steps for it.
>
> Robert Mendoza
>
> On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
>>    Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
>> previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
>> someone sited to click the button for me.
>>
>> On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@...> wrote:
>>>    Or am I doing something wrong.
>>>    Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
>>> just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
>>> notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
>>> pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
>>> enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
>>>    I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
>>> so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?
>>>
>>>    Any suggestions?
>>>    Ali
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>




installation failure

marvin kotler
 

Good morning list; this is Marv here.  First, I am using a laptop which is new to me, sort of.  It is running the latest version of nvda  and windows vista, I believe.  I am having a problem with nvda  not installing; I also cannot get the screen reading shark to install, either.  If anyone has any suggestions that I might try, I would like to hear them; cheers and thanks in advance.
 


Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Gene
 

Here is the page where you can read about the signed Webvisum add on. 
 
gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:12 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

There is a signed version of Webvisum that will work with the current version of Firefox.  I don't have the address for downloading it but it went through the signing procedure by James Scholes, (spelling) and he is a trusted person.  So the file is safe to use and has not been laced with malware.  You can read about it on the blind bargains site.  And information about the download link and how to install it is given there as well. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Chris
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 6:40 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

because its not a approved firefox extension firefox by default blocks
such extensions from other websites
you can get around this by editing your about;config settings
and disableing strict compatibility

but i didnt tell you that if it all goes to hell in a hand cart

good luck


On 16/04/2016 11:50, Robert Mendoza wrote:
> If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to
> install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer
> that there is some security features being added into it. I would
> suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation
> from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its
> is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some
> modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also,
> mentioned here the steps for it.
>
> Robert Mendoza
>
> On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
>>    Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
>> previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
>> someone sited to click the button for me.
>>
>> On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@...> wrote:
>>>    Or am I doing something wrong.
>>>    Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
>>> just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
>>> notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
>>> pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
>>> enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
>>>    I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
>>> so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?
>>>
>>>    Any suggestions?
>>>    Ali
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>




Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Gene
 

There is a signed version of Webvisum that will work with the current version of Firefox.  I don't have the address for downloading it but it went through the signing procedure by James Scholes, (spelling) and he is a trusted person.  So the file is safe to use and has not been laced with malware.  You can read about it on the blind bargains site.  And information about the download link and how to install it is given there as well. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2016 6:40 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

because its not a approved firefox extension firefox by default blocks
such extensions from other websites
you can get around this by editing your about;config settings
and disableing strict compatibility

but i didnt tell you that if it all goes to hell in a hand cart

good luck


On 16/04/2016 11:50, Robert Mendoza wrote:
> If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to
> install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer
> that there is some security features being added into it. I would
> suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation
> from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its
> is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some
> modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also,
> mentioned here the steps for it.
>
> Robert Mendoza
>
> On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
>>    Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
>> previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
>> someone sited to click the button for me.
>>
>> On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@...> wrote:
>>>    Or am I doing something wrong.
>>>    Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
>>> just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
>>> notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
>>> pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
>>> enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
>>>    I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
>>> so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?
>>>
>>>    Any suggestions?
>>>    Ali
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>




Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Ali Colak
 

I see.

On 4/16/16, Chris <chrismedley@btinternet.com> wrote:
because its not a approved firefox extension firefox by default blocks
such extensions from other websites
you can get around this by editing your about;config settings
and disableing strict compatibility

but i didnt tell you that if it all goes to hell in a hand cart

good luck


On 16/04/2016 11:50, Robert Mendoza wrote:
If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to
install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer
that there is some security features being added into it. I would
suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation
from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its
is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some
modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also,
mentioned here the steps for it.

Robert Mendoza

On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
someone sited to click the button for me.

On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@gmail.com> wrote:
Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali









Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Chris
 

because its not a approved firefox extension firefox by default blocks such extensions from other websites
you can get around this by editing your about;config settings
and disableing strict compatibility

but i didnt tell you that if it all goes to hell in a hand cart

good luck

On 16/04/2016 11:50, Robert Mendoza wrote:
If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer that there is some security features being added into it. I would suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also, mentioned here the steps for it.

Robert Mendoza

On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
someone sited to click the button for me.

On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@gmail.com> wrote:
Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali





Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Robert Mendoza
 

If you are using newer version of a Firefox it will not allow to install the said addons. From the time Firefox update to 43 and newer that there is some security features being added into it. I would suggest to use an old version to get it and successful installation from your end. But, there is an option in order to accept it but its is quite not secure and it will void the security if you made some modification in the setup of firefox. I believe somewhere here also, mentioned here the steps for it.

Robert Mendoza

On 4/16/2016 6:40 PM, Ali Colak wrote:
Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
someone sited to click the button for me.

On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@gmail.com> wrote:
Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali




Re: Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Ali Colak
 

Added to my previous message, I've encountered this problem
previously and it isn't something rescent. Previously I just asked
someone sited to click the button for me.

On 4/16/16, Ali Colak <alish54@gmail.com> wrote:
Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali




Why is installing an addon on firefox such a nightmare!

Ali Colak
 

Or am I doing something wrong.
Hello to all. Last night I tried to reinstall webvisum, as I have
just baught a new computer. When ever I press the install link, the
notifaction to allow firefox to install the addon comes. I've tried
pressing alt+a several times, and I've tried pressing the space bar or
enter when it seems that I'm on the allow button, nothing works.
I don't remember seeing any other complaints about this from anyone,
so is it only me getting something so basic wrong?

Any suggestions?
Ali