[ubuntu-za] Problem : Firefox on Ubuntu 14.04 (updated daily)

Jan Greeff jan at verslank.net
Wed Apr 13 11:32:11 UTC 2016


My Ubuntu 14.04 handles the forms fine if I use Chrome, perhaps make 
sure you have latest Acrobat downloads?

On 13/04/2016 13:19, Tim Johnson wrote:
>
> I can't access the form using Chrome,  Firefox, Vivaldi or  Opera.
> I have to use any of the above on Android or (embarrassingly) Windows.
>
> Sent from my Note 4
>
> On 13 Apr 2016 12:08, "Jan Greeff" <jan at verslank.net 
> <mailto:jan at verslank.net>> wrote:
>
>     The only problem that I have had with Firefox is that it does not
>     handle the forms that SARS uses for e-filing; then I go to Chrome
>     - once a year to help finance Nkandla:-X
>
>     On 13/04/2016 11:55, Christopher Schoonbee wrote:
>
>         I also had the same problem ( of #2035 errors on many News24
>         videos with Firefox) but it seems to have resolved itself
>         recently.
>         I still have Shockwave Flash but it is set to "Ask to
>         activate" (so I can play BBC News videos).  So maybe try that.
>
>         What I am still having problems with is Firefox and Youtube.
>         Often I will just get a window with the Youtube logo in the
>         middle instead of video.  Sometimes there is audio.  When I
>         click on the window, I get an error message.  I suspect it
>         could be due to a problem with the playing of some ads.
>
>         Does anybody else get that?
>         Next time I will try de-activating Shockwave Flash and see if
>         that helps.
>
>
>         On 13/04/16 09:58, Jos Visser wrote:
>
>             I (single desktop) have the following on Firefox - all active.
>
>             Extensions :
>             Adblock Plus
>             GNotifier
>             Ubuntu Modifications
>             Video Downloadhelper
>             Video without Flash
>             YouTube Enhancer Plus
>
>             Plugins:
>             DivX Web Player
>             iTunes Application Detector
>             Java Plugin 11.77.2
>             OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc
>             QuickTime Plug-in 7.6.6
>             Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202
>             VLC Multimedia Plug-in (compatible Videos 3.10.1)
>             VLC Web Plugin
>             Windows Media Player Plug-in 10 (compatible; Videos)
>
>             How some of the above got there is beyond me.
>
>             But when I try to view some video clips on News24.com I
>             get the #2035 error.
>             After testing I found that after deactivating Shockwave
>             Flash I can view everything.
>             I was made to believe that Shockwave Flash is a must-have
>             for all Ubuntu users.
>
>             Strange. Any comment will be appreciated.  Thanks
>
>             Jos
>
>
>
>
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