Just a comment here for others information.
Been testing FF for a while, seems to work well, getting used to the difference of protected, unprotected, and private
browser sessions and what can be done.
Using Vista Ultimate and Business, multi-monitors, ZLSS, CounterSpy v2, and Windows Defender.
(yes lots of overlapping anti-spyware, but I fix computers for a living, and see the damage on other computers, I don't want it on mine, thank you!)
For the most part all seems to be working as expected.
I use unprotected sessions when doing my usual work of remote control access to clients, go to protected mode
normal browsing, and go to the private browser when I am in really unknown territory doing research.
I did come across one particular conflict.
It was easily resolved (situation anticipated in the help pop-ups).
Gadwin's PrintScreen Pro is a great tool for selecting areas on the screen and printing them directly with a click of the printscreen key.
However, when in a protected
browser sessions, when pressing the PrintScreen key, both monitors go black.
I assume the FF is interpeting the PrintScreen Pro as some sort of KeyLogger since it is monitoring keys pressed for different functions.
By adjusting the
to block programs only in secure sessions (https) it allows the printscreen program to function normally.
Operating System:Windows Vista Ultimate
Software Version:7.1 (Vista)
Product Name:Other ZoneAlarm Product