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thanks SO much! You would want to confirm that your security software doesn't block this executable from running and accessing the internet. Incidentally, I am running a newer version of the plugin than is shown in your original post. I think there are two aspects to this: (1) URL format If you navigate to that file using the browser's Open File dialog (Ctrl+O), you can get the workable link format http://relite.org/not-working/google-link-not-working.php

they are essentially dead links. So somehow the code is being interpreted inconsistently. Try Safe web sites. jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5899 solutions 48488 answers Posted 6/7/12, 10:19 AM Helpful Reply Hi dokeckip, I also use Win7x64.

Hyperlinks Not Working In Firefox

Please follow the steps in the [[Troubleshoot extensions, themes and hardware acceleration issues to solve common Firefox problems]] article to find the cause. Same behavior. Thanks for your response jscher2000 No I don't get an error dialog but When I click on the link the border ot the e-mail highlites for just a second.

I am running Windows 7 which may be the cause of the problem via a setting but I can't locate the needle in the haystack or it may have happened at There is JavaScript code attached to the link as you can see if you open the Inspector via the right-click context menu (Inspect Element) by the presence of an 'ev' button. I then opened Thunderbird, went to a message with a hyperlink and clicked on it and it continued to be '''dead'''. Link Won't Open In Chrome Can you try a different mouse?

Now install Firefox and set it as default. Firefox Not Opening Links From Other Applications tbird_indiana Posted 6/23/15, 3:45 AM Question owner Anyone have a clue on this? The causes and solutions are described in this article: Windows error opening Internet shortcut or local HTML file - Firefox - MozillaZine Knowledge Base. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1068267 I closed/reopend and the website still not opening PDF.

Won't open links in web pages. Hyperlinks Not Working In Chrome One of the sections in the ticketing system has a spot for links to local files on a shared drive. My company has a custom developed ticketing system and of course its developed for IE but none of the engineers like IE. when a solution is found.

Firefox Not Opening Links From Other Applications

You can try to redo the default browser and temporarily make another browser like IE the default browser. *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Default_browser *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/How+to+make+Firefox+the+default+browser *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Setting+Firefox+as+the+default+browser+does+not+work koehlerle Posted 6/1/12, 10:44 AM Question owner cor-el No, I https://support.mozilla.org/questions/970361 nothing happens. Hyperlinks Not Working In Firefox Now go back to chrome and set it as default. Thunderbird Links Won't Open In Firefox After removing this, if DDE is working, when you click a link with Firefox closed, Firefox will open the link twice.

This solved the problem and I realized I'm not crazy! Modified March 27, 2012 at 10:24:07 AM PDT by jscher2000 ritzput 0 solutions 12 answers Posted 3/28/12, 10:50 AM My FFox is 11.0 and adobe is 10.1.2. Could this be why? Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox System Details Windows 7 Firefox 12.0 More system details Additional System Details This happened Every time Firefox opened This started when... Hyperlinks Not Working In Thunderbird

It certainly looks like whatever it is is persistent and either a design choice or an old bug. If so, perhaps a pop-up blocker is interfering, either the built-in one or one included in a security add-on. Hi dokeckip, I also use Win7x64. What now Matt?

Application User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv: Gecko/20101203 Firefox/3.6.13 GTB7.1 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729) More Information

Close Tags desktop Firefox 3.6 Firefox 3.6.13 general Windows Vista Windows 10 Links Not Working underwater 0 solutions 2 answers Posted 4/17/12, 3:05 AM Helpful Reply If using a Mac, go to the Firefox Plugins and disable the Adobe Acrobat NPAPI Plug-in, Version 10.1.3. However only the Google Chrome "Enable access to this program" was checked.) make sure only Google chrome has the 'enable access to this program'.

It's being blocked from opening using FF11.0.

What I have done: run in safe mode, refreshed Firefox, reinstalled Firefox 43.0.3 (with all profile data removed - as clean as could be) with no extensions, altered settings or add-ons. Then... I had to remove all spaces from the directories and file names though as the spaces would turn into % and would cause issues with the link opening correctly. Email Links Not Working In Chrome Toad-Hall: network.protocol-handler.external-default; value = true (''no change needed'') I'm not even familiar with how to setup Chrome browser for the "modern" or "Metro" interface...

jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5899 solutions 48488 answers Posted 3/26/12, 5:40 PM Is the problem only with reading the PDF in the browser? A common mapping might be .XLS files with Microsoft Excel. I start with this step even if I plan to use Firefox as my browser. For example, the separators will be forward slashes instead of backslashes. (2) Local file security Firefox limits access from pages on web servers to pages on local disk or UNC paths.

Location: [Menu] Tools/Add-Ons/Plugins I don't know what other side-effects it can create, but it solved my problem. Someone might say that I should switch away from Chrome browser to Firefox browser, but I have found the integration of the Chrome browser with Google's ecosystem and tools to be just wait for Windows 10 upgrade to remove the Windows 8 "modern interface"? a browser window is open) or Firefox is closed and doesn't show in the Task Manager?

One caveat is you need to use this page from the computer with the problem. If not, I may have to attempt to find another mail handler... jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5899 solutions 48488 answers Posted 3/27/12, 10:23 AM @ritzput, this is a user-to-user support forum. It would seem to me that the link should either work or not work, but not depend on opening in a new tab first.

Check for an incorrect preference In some circumstances, a normally hidden preference gets changed, resulting in Thunderbird trying to handle these links internally. Ex: Alisweb library site - tried to click onto LILink link - it goes to that page but only shows a heading. THEN I started Chrome for the first time after this fresh install. Content available under a Creative Commons license.

As I stated in my first post, I am running an absolutely clean, default, no add-ons or extensions install.