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    Default Web page that Foxfire does not display, but IE does.

    I have changed to Mozilla Foxfire & like it.
    The local phone company has a page about DSL service that Foxfire does not display but Internet Explorer does. When I copied the page to MSWORD, the text displayed just fine.

    I want to know how to fix Foxfire so this does not happen with any web pages.

    Affected Page: http://www.skyline.org/service.php?ID=12

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    The bottom line is that some pages are designed for IE. If a page uses ActiveX it just won't work with Firefox. That is not necessarily a bad thing, ActiveX is how many viruses and such are transmitted. Use Firefox and just keep IE for use on those rare occasions. IE is also needed for Windows updates and many online virus scans. Charlie