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Firefox 4 doesn't want to start with <FF.au3>

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I changed Firefox to 4.01 from 3.6 and my application stopped running. The problem is that the function _FFStart(path)opens firefox with required path but returns an 10061 TCPConnect error.

Program is very simple:

#include <FF.au3>

_FFStart("www.google.com")

The console shows:

_FFConnect: OS: WIN_XP WIN32_NT 2600 Dodatek Service Pack 3

_FFConnect: AutoIt: 3.3.6.1

_FFConnect: FF.au3: 0.6.0.1b-3

_FFConnect: IP: 127.0.0.1

_FFConnect: Port: 4242

_FFConnect: Delay: 2ms

_FFConnect ==> Timeout: TCPConnect Error: 10061

_FFConnect ==> General Error: Timeout: Can not connect to FireFox/MozRepl on: 127.0.0.1:4242

Any suggestions? I'd appreciated it very much.

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Firefox 4 seems to have made some very significant changes, I ended up rolling back to 3.6.

I'll probably just abandon firefox for the time being, IE has stepped up its game anyway so I'll be using that if I cannot figure out my FF woes.

Sorry, I know that dosent help you, just commenting.


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Firefox 4 seems to have made some very significant changes, I ended up rolling back to 3.6.

I'll probably just abandon firefox for the time being, IE has stepped up its game anyway so I'll be using that if I cannot figure out my FF woes.

Sorry, I know that dosent help you, just commenting.

OK, but what about XPath? and learning everything from the begining? The code has more than 1'000 lines. Convert everything will be dangerous :huh2:

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Make sure you update your MozRepl to 1.1beta2 in order to use FireFox 4.

Edit: added link.

Edited by GMK

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