The behaviour of both versions with respect to the sound appears to be the same.
2. Using the download (firefox-50.1.0.tar.bz2) from the Firefox downloads site which gives Ver 50.
I installed Firefox on the 32020 build two different ways to test:
Hi JamesThanks for the response.
1. Using 'yum install' to get it from the repo. This installs Ver 26 as per your email.
The browsers will play an mp3 file when it is simply linked within a web site, (by default using the VLC plug-in according to the FF Preferences/Application dialogue) but will not play an mp3 file within simple HTML5 sites (eg our vt-motoli site)
The Reading Eggs site works well visually (it won't work properly in Epiphany), but is absolutely silent. As far as I understand, this site is using Flash.
It seems from some postings I read that FF expects to have Pulse Audio support on Linux systems (and this is not included in the XO software).
So it is interesting that when you installed apulse, there is still an issue.
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