Part of it is probably your bank is lazy (if you don't mind,
which bank?): Firefox ESR, on which TenFourFox is based, still gets
security updates. Usually the bank is unaware or doesn't want to
test with anything but the latest Firefox. You can get around this
by installing a user-agent spoof addon. I don't endorse one in
particular, but this one seems to be popular:
To the larger question, I am working on trying to port Firefox
45, which is the next ESR. However, it is most likely we will fork
off from Firefox after version 45. There will still be updates, but
they will be written by us instead of Mozilla.
The bank is Chase. I guess they upgraded their user interface recently. I was able to see it by logging from another computer. Anyway, they list upgrade links to IE, Safari, Chrome and Firefox. Firefox (is listed) so I assume that the new UI they are using isn't playing well with my latest version of 10-4Fox. Hence my questions, when will another version of 10-4 Fox be out, and will it work for banking with Chase?
What happens: As soon as I hit enter after typing my user name and password, I get a new page which says:
"You need to upgrade your browser to access you accounts and statements." It then gives me the four links to IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari. Ive attached a screen shot to this reply. I have not yet tried using the agent switcher. I'll try the agent and let you know what happens.