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QTP 9.2 Patch for object identification in firefox 2.0

Hi can anyone tell me where i can get a patch for QTP 9.2 for object identification in firefox 2.0?
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support.openview.hp.com

or

www.hp.com/go/hpsoftwaresupport

(should point to the same page actually)
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Could you provide me the name of the patch??
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Are you sure, such patch is available?

I did search for firefox....there is no such patch for QTP 9.2

You can choose QTP 9.2 version and then search for all available patches. (Do not provide search criteria).

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/documents

~Shivaram
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QTP92P1717 - Enable Identification of Non Image Links. Without Text in Firefox & Netscape Browsers. Open this result in new window
QTP_00518
... quicktest professional 9.2
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Thomas Köppner: Small request note

Please look at the patch note again:

Some are internal patches, some private & public.
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Hey guys, i got it working, without the patch...

I'm kinda confused how it's possible...it interacts with firefox 2.0 like it's IE...

Descriptions also are working awesomly...

i think it might be cause i have FF 3.0 and 2.0 on the same machine...

Can anyone confirm this???
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