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Joga.com extension problem with Firefox on Fedora

There is an extension from joga.com that provide more details about world cup football (soccer in North America) result. Unfortunately, it won't install on Fedora version of Firefox even though it is 1.5.x.y. It looks like a bug from joga,com. I submitted a bug report so hopefully joga.com will fix it.

Joga football extension

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joga.com fournit une extension de resultat de la coup du monde de football. Malheureusemnt, cette extension ne fonctionne pas sur la version Fedora de Firefox. J'ai envoyé un courriel à joga.com concernant le problème. Pourvu que le bogue soit fixé.

Comments

nic777 said…
Yeah, I also have this bug. Very annoying. Whats the URL to post bugs? The more people complain, the faster they'll move on this :)
nic777 said…
Ok, I found a link which works.

http://dl.google.com/firefox/joga/companion.xpi?

Enjoy
Thank you very much. I now run the extension of Fedora Core 5. The extension will set the theme to the country language of the desktop. For example, if the desktop is in French, companion extension will set the theme in France by default.
zarxcky said…
the themes function in JOGA is not working at all in my firefox 1.5.0.4 on windows xp professional. is there anyone experience problem like I did?
Joga theme extension works fine on Windows XP Professional. Sorry for the late reply.

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