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    The Norton safe Search toolbar has suddenly disappeared from Firefox and when I click:-

    Tools -> Add-ons

    It lists the add-ons but under "Norton Toolbar", the link is not clickable and it says "Not compatible with Firefox 3.6.18" and I upgraded to the latest Firefox and it still is not compatible, WHY?

    Yet it is still compatible with Internet Explorer.

    What is wrong with this and how can I make it compatible with Firefox again?
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    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    The Norton safe Search toolbar has suddenly disappeared from Firefox and when I click:-

    Tools -> Add-ons

    It lists the add-ons but under "Norton Toolbar", the link is not clickable and it says "Not compatible with Firefox 3.6.18" and I upgraded to the latest Firefox and it still is not compatible, WHY?

    Yet it is still compatible with Internet Explorer.

    What is wrong with this and how can I make it compatible with Firefox again?
    When Firefox upgrades, the people who make the add-ons (in this case Symantec/Norton) need to update their add-ons to reflect this; presumably they haven't yet.

    Although I would just ask if you could do without the toolbar? :p:
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    (Original post by DarkWhite)
    When Firefox upgrades, the people who make the add-ons (in this case Symantec/Norton) need to update their add-ons to reflect this; presumably they haven't yet.

    Although I would just ask if you could do without the toolbar? :p:
    Yes and no.

    So if God willing Symantec do update their add-ons will it become compatible again? It is suddenly no longer compatible with ANY versions of Firefox 3.6, is it compatible with Firefox 11 or whatever?
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    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    Yes and no.

    So if God willing Symantec do update their add-ons will it become compatible again? It is suddenly no longer compatible with ANY versions of Firefox 3.6, is it compatible with Firefox 11 or whatever?
    If they do update the add-on, it will be compatible, yep
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    Last week, the add-on suddenly became compatible again but this morning all of a sudden I get the pop-up "1 new add-n extension has been added" or something like that and Norton toolbar is "not compatible with Firefox 3.6.28" again. Why? What the **** is going on and why can't it be compatible?
 
 
 
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