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From: Ruth McLaughlin <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Group Project for Scotch Irish genealogy
Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 15:17:22 -0500
You do not have to trash or change from your favorite browser, in
order to download and use Firefox.
I keep three internet browsers available at all times — each has it
own strengths. There is one I use most of the time, largely because of
habit and built in finger-memory. :-) However Firefox is VERY useful
on occasion when a website isn't functioning quite as well as you
would like, or won't open, in your favorite browser. I know also there
is no question that Firefox is more secure than the browser I use, but
old habit is hard to break.
But with something as useful as Zotero, you have Firefox downloaded
and at the ready, quit your usual browser and open Firefox. It's a
no-brainer. Have your cake and eat it too.
On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 12:07 PM, Sharon Fontenot <> wrote:
> I'm afraid that leaves me out too.
> On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 10:50 AM, William H. Magill <
> > wrote:
> > On Feb 20, 2010, at 11:34 AM, David C Abernathy wrote:
> > > Is this limited to FireFox users?
> > > If NOT I would be interested.
> > >
> > Yes. Zotero is limited STRICTLY to firefox.
> > "Zotero works with Firefox (3.0 and up) and Flock (2.0 and up) for Windows,
> > Mac and Linux. Other browsers, like Internet Explorer and Google Chrome,
> > currently lack the extension architecture to support many of Zotero's most
> > useful features, such as the ability to sense and grab citations from web
> > pages. In addition, even if support for extensions were improved, porting
> > Zotero to other browsers would still require a complete rewrite of the
> > software. For these reasons there are no immediate plans to support other
> > browsers."
> > T.T.F.N.
> > William H. Magill
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