Thanks very much, Don. Easy fix, and working way better.

One follow-up question: I noticed that, by default, the option in Firefox
Enhanced to include Flash content in browse mode was turned off. I know, in
the past, including this content in browse mode used to cause problems. Is
there any reason I should leave that turned off now? Have those problems
been addressed (or just gone away with Firefox's built-in Flash support)?
Seems like turning it on would give me a richer experience in browse mode if
it doesn't break things.


-----Original Message-----
From: Don Smith [] 
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 4:42 PM
To: 'Keith Wessel' <>; 'Window-Eyes Discussion List'
Subject: RE: Firefox, Flash, and WE

I had the same problem and I was told that fire fox has it's own flash now
and you need  to unstall schock wave as ff now does not need it.  Also
update the new ff

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