Request to Extend Support for Silverlight

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suj...@quickcap.net

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Sep 14, 2016, 6:47:48 AM9/14/16
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Our product uses silverlight heavily.So need time to switch it to another one.

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Christian Rottler

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Sep 14, 2016, 7:00:17 AM9/14/16
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To whom it may concern: Thanks, I think we got it. You *need* Silverlight. Please refrain from flooding this list.

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Chris

NB: Here's my reply to one of your colleagues yesterday:

"Hiya Raj, just in case: Am I right in assuming that you mean the Silverlight NPAPI plug-in? The NPAPI plug-in deadline is sometime in 2018 if you're willing to switch to Firefox ESR.

It may not be exactly what you want but you could check out the Pale Moon browser which is based on a fork of Mozilla's Gecko engine. They clearly stated they will keep on supporting NPAPI."
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jaid...@quickcap.net

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Sep 14, 2016, 9:42:49 AM9/14/16
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Request firefox to extend support Silverlight as it would affect all users of our product and we would be forced to move to a different browser.

The preferred browser for our product is Firefox and Silverlight extensively used by used. If Firefox stops supporting Silverlight than it would affect all users(around 20000) of our company and we would forced to move to different browser. Hence request Firefox to extend their support for Silverlight so that we can continue using firefox as our prepferred browser.
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