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What seems to be happening is that Firefox is seeing the hidden "Existing Customer Login" fields on the checkout page as a required field even if you are a new customer and have not clicked "Already Registered". Therefore, the page won't even attempt to process, just the info bubble ""Please enter an email address".


Any help is greatly appreciated.


A few details:

Firefox 41.0.1

WHMCS 6.1.1


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