iMacros for Firefox compatibility with Firefox 56 and later

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iMacros for Firefox compatibility with Firefox 56 and later

by Tom, Tech Support on Thu Sep 28, 2017 10:59 am

Please see our latest blog post on the status of iMacros for Firefox:

iMacros for Firefox compatibility with Firefox 56 and newer
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Re: iMacros for Firefox compatibility with Firefox 56 and la

by BoredFish on Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:31 pm

Any ETA on a fix? Blog is unnervingly silent since identifying the problem.
(I am on corporate enterprise managed system and rolling back FF is not an option)
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Re: iMacros for Firefox compatibility with Firefox 56 and la

by MarkHunnibell on Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:44 am

Back in September, the "blog" post said this:

"Our developers are currently busy developing a new version of iMacros for Firefox that supports the new API, and we hope to have something released for you by the end of the year."


Even though the "blog" has not been updated with a new post, the content of the original post has been quietly modified, without annotation, to say - essentially - they have abandoned all hope to have a Firefox 56+compatible iMacros by the end of the year and now say it will "likely" be early next year (emphasis added):

"Our developers are currently busy developing a new version of iMacros for Firefox that supports the new API, and we hope to have something released as soon as possible, likely early in the new year."


This seems rather dishonest to me to edit a posting months later without notation, comment, or explanation. It suggests there is something else going on here... including the possibility that they will NEVER release a new iMacros for Firefox.

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