- 26 May 2023
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- Updated on 26 May 2023
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Supported Versions/Releases: Current Supported Official Releases
Partial Support: Current Supported Test Releases
Partial Support Definition:
Partial support is a varied concept with browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Opera as the partial component really depends on when the version was released as compared to the version of Contract Insight the client/user is running. Typically speaking, if the version of the browser is no later than 3-6 months older than the version of Contract Insight the client/user is running, there should be partial support. For detailed information please see the link below.
Mozilla Firefox releases are all put out through “builds”, each of which has its own version number (for example: 36.0, 36.0.1, 36.0.4, etc.). As they put out new builds the numbers increment up (depending on the depth of the changes). This type of versioning is very similar to how we do versioning of Contract Insight. Firefox by default also has an “auto-updater” component whereby Firefox will automatically update as Mozilla puts out new releases. This is done to ensure that users of Firefox are working with the most up-to-date version of their browser.
Below is the Wikipedia page dedicated to tracking and monitoring Mozilla Firefox’s release history (and upcoming). This is an excellent page to use when determining if a user’s version of Firefox will work properly, as well as determining the key components to each release of Firefox.
A key point to keep in mind when dealing with Mozilla Firefox is that it is CobbleStone’s best practice recommendation to any client/user that the auto-updater component of Firefox be left on to ensure the browser is continually being updated/patched as new patches, releases, enhancements and issue resolutions arise and are put out in new releases.