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Why won't Spry Menus display correctly in FireFox

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I have designed an intranet web site for my company using Dreamweaver 6 CSS  Everything displays correctly in IE and Chrome, but will not display the Spry Menus correctly in Firefox.  Is there a pug-in to make this work correctly?  I have searched everywhere for a solution on the intranet, but most explanations are far beyond my intermediate skills to correct.  Can anyone help?
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Spry is a now-deprecated javascript library that Adobe probably regrets ever using.  There are no plugins for it and browser support is iffy at best.  I would not use it, and instead learn to use a JQuery-based menu script in its place.
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OK, that answers that question.  Thank you for your help
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