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Old 06-22-2008, 06:13 PM   #3
rjaviles
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Originally Posted by urban75 View Post
I've been using and loving Sunrise XP for ages but thought I'd better check that I'll still be able to highlight parts of a webpage and clip them to SunriseXP with the latest version of Firefox.

Anyone tried it yet?

Cheers!
There are two issues with the current known version of Sunrise (.42j).
1) Regarding the Sunrise Firefox extension: the allowed Firefox versions only goes up to and including 2.0. This can easily be changed by going to the extension directory for Firefox (on Windows Docs & Settings/<your username>Application Data/Mozilla/Firefox/Profiles/<your profile>/extensions/{27C4EE86-4CD9-450b-9B41-8AA83E92F355}/install.rdf
And change the value for TargetApplication->Description->MaxVersion to 3.*

2) Firefox 3 now uses sqlite db files to store cookies. Sunrise currently only supports reading legacy cookies.txt files. I have a patch which I will put into the SourceForge repo soon for this.
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