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#21 OFFLINE   Supramom2000

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Posted 16 January 2014 - 01:02 PM

Strange, I am on the same version (OS X).

 

I ran into a Firefox peculiarity the other day.  I was trying to configure a CenturyLink (ActionTec) modem/router and it wouldn't save the settings.   When I tried it with Safari, no problem.  I've seen a few other things which Firefox wouldn't handle correctly but a different browser would deal with just fine.

I had something similar on my Actiontec router using Firefox and WIndows Vista.  But it was everytime I clicked on DHCP reservations, I would lose internet connectivty from the router.  Literally, the light for "Internet" on my router would go off every time I clicked on DHCP reservations.


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#22 OFFLINE   bobnielsen

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Posted 16 January 2014 - 05:45 PM

I had something similar on my Actiontec router using Firefox and WIndows Vista.  But it was everytime I clicked on DHCP reservations, I would lose internet connectivty from the router.  Literally, the light for "Internet" on my router would go off every time I clicked on DHCP reservations.

I possibly ran into that one also.  I didn't check the internet light but I needed to log back into the router to continue.



#23 OFFLINE   Dude111

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 01:54 AM

IE we can not help as IE has made for a lot of issues. They really are driving people away. Firefox is less of an issue and can very it seems based on setting or what you have be using on your machine.

Yes its sad isnt it Dave?? They had a GOOD PRODUCT and ruined it.......

And they think the ruined product IS BETTER!!
 

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#24 OFFLINE   Cholly

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Posted 28 January 2014 - 12:05 PM

I managed to get around a quote problem (which wouldn't accept copy/paste) in Firefox today by posting my message without quote and then editing it. Paste was then an option. Go figure.


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