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baumgrenze Unable to locate an appropriate web browser
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I found a few locked threads with this subject from dates in the past. In my experience it is still a problem. It makes the "Install Solution" buttons useless. Is there some way that we could copy and paste the link in the button? Right clicking it certainly does not work.

I followed the instructions in:

http://www.freeemailtutorials.com/microsoftWindows...

and believe that I have the settings correct, e.g., access to the programs mentioned are enabled save for "Outlook Express" and "Windows Messenger."

I use the SeaMonkey Mozilla browser/email program and my copy is up-to-date.

Thank you,

baumgrenze

puget1 RE: Unable to locate an appropriate web browser
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Last edited on 13th Jan, 2011 01:32

Seamonkey is just a Web-browser (Firefox), advanced e-mail (Thunderbird) and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing software Internet suite; all your Internet needs in one application.
The old Mozilla Application Suite in a new package.

Same as having Firefox, Thunderbird & their ilk installed separately.

Download & install only if u frequently use an emailing application a la the Outlook Express & also edit your webpages (Microsoft Frontpage would do the same job)

Otherwise... just install Firefox.. it gets updated more frequently & is lighter.

Secunia appears to be more IE and Microsoft friendly but works fine for me.

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Anthony Wells RE: Unable to locate an appropriate web browser
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Hi ,

To copy and paste from the PSI you usually need to highlight and then press Ctrl+C to copy and Ctrl+V to paste .

Try that .

Anthony

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Member 13th Jan, 2011 10:47
Hi,

Please refer to this item of our newly updated FAQ for the PSI 2.0:
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

Has following these steps allowed you to solve the problem?
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