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Firefox 3 + eBay item listing process = bad


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Hello.

I upgraded today to Firefox 3, everything works well except for eBay's listing an item process, lots of things doesn't work, for example, when I choose to change the listing price format, it just doesn't change and I have to hit refresh.

Also, when raising the product's quantity, it doesn't add a combined shipping fields to shipping.
And lots of other stuff.

What's wrong with that?? in Firefox 2 it worked perfectly.


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I loaded it today and it keeps crashing so I had to remove it and reload 2.0.
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Looks like this is something either Mozilla or eBay need to fix. Until then, you might want to stick with Firefox 2, or use Safari for your eBay listings.


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Looks like this is something either Mozilla or eBay need to fix. Until then, you might want to stick with Firefox 2, or use Safari for your eBay listings.
I wishhhh I could use Safari on eBay!
The only problem is that I can't use the eBay WYSIWYG editor with Safari.


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Yea, I noticed that limitation on other sites as well. What's up with Safari not support WYSIWYG editors?


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Yea, I noticed that limitation on other sites as well. What's up with Safari not support WYSIWYG editors?
Safari does support WYSIWYG editors, just not eBay's, don't know why.
Cuz actually any WYSIWYG editors works for me on Safari, even the WYSIWYG on this forum


But I just moved to use GarageSale, it's a great a application for eBay listings, similar to eBay's Turbo Lister.
Very recommended!
http://www.iwascoding.com/GarageSale/


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