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    jediracer's Avatar
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    some webpages not displaying correctly
    Not sure if this is a mac problem or a firefox problem. Or something else?

    I'm running 10.5.8. Got Firefox 16.0.6.

    Some websites (including eBay) are not displaying correctly. I have attached some screenshots.

    I also cannot access the iTunes store from my iTunes.

    I have cleared my cache and cookies to no avail.

    Any ideas as to whats up here?
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    Is that a typo? The latest version of Firefox is 26.0.
    Are you running any Firefox extensions? Try disabling them.
    Always listen to experts. They’ll tell you what can’t be done and why. Then do it!
    -Lazarus Long

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    "Firefox is up to date"
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    "You are already using the latest version of Firefox."
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    This is weird.
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    I uninstalled PEER GAURDIAN and all issues are resolved. Including being able to see the iTunes store.

    It is still telling me the browser is 'up to date' though.

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    Well, a program designed to block all kinds of web content would do that.
    According to the Firefox site the latest version requires at least 10.6.
    Always listen to experts. They’ll tell you what can’t be done and why. Then do it!
    -Lazarus Long

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