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    missmaster Guest

    Default Forcefield and Google Chrome?

    Hi guys,

    I'm new here and I did have a look for a similar post before creating this one but I couldn't find anything.

    Forgive me if my question has already been answered.

    Does Forcefield work with Google Chrome?

    I've got the 'halo' effect working on IE and Firefox but I can't seem to get it working for Google Chrome.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:8.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

  2. #2
    naivemelody Guest

    Default Re: Forcefield and Google Chrome Browser?

    Next time please list the # version of your ForceField.<hr>The latest version of FF 1.1.082
    should work with Chrome.

    <a target="_blank"></a>New and improved features in ZoneAlarm ForceField version<ul>[*]Fixed compatability issue with Google Chrome web browser.<hr>Click here for more info and downloading &gt;<hr>If you do not have the latest version, I would recommend an un-install of your current version - click here &gt;;
    and then a re-install - use the first link above 'release history.'<hr><hr>If you do have the latest version, make sure you &quot;enable/ allow for third party browser extension&quot; and any similar wordings &gt; in chrome's security settings, toolbar area, menu area. Click here &gt;
    You can read thru the thread for more info/ ideas. I know in IE7 there
    are menu options to allow for &quot;new toolbars, new plug-ins, new add-on's, new BHO's&quot; make sure you check thru chrome's settings.<hr>When you say &quot;I've got the 'halo' effect working on IE and Firefox but I can't seem to get it working for Google Chrome.&quot;...[*]Question - does this mean the FF toolbar is there and working, but 'only' the 'halo' is not showing for chrome? Please specify.<hr>[*]

    My settings
    { sidenotes for other FF users, if you have this version, there is not a 'great need to upgrade, unless you are using Google's Chrome browser - 1.1.79 will still function just as well }[*]

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    missmaster Guest

    Default Re: Forcefield and Google Chrome Browser?

    Hi Naive Melody,

    Thanks for responding to my question. Sorry for not providing more detail before.

    Ok I've uninstalled the old (1.1.79) version of FF and re-installed the new version as you mentioned.

    When I said before that I couldn't get the 'halo' effect in Chrome, I meant I couldn't get anything related to FF working within Chrome.

    I've had a look for the security settings you mentioned but I can't seem to find anywhere that would allow me to change 'third party browser extensions' within Chrome.

    I guess I'll poke about with it until I can get it to work.

    Thanks for all your help though!

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    punnya Guest

    Default Re: Forcefield and Google Chrome Browser?

    did you ever figure it out???
    i'm having the same problems

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