How do I Get the Bonfire Extension for Firefox on an Isolated LAN

I am using Firefox on an isolated LAN with no connection to the internet so I can't have JIRA get it for me. How can I get the extension file so I can transfer it to the LAN where I need it?

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At the moment, all Bonfire browser extensions are hosted on in a consistent URL structure (which may be subject to change, but has been stable for a while now).

The Firefox extensions are at:{version}/firefox/atlassian-bonfire-latest.xpi

(where "{version}" is the major/minor Bonfire version such as "2.0", "2.1", etc).

The current release of Bonfire is at:

Hi Pat,

I think it's possible to download a .jar file so you can install it without connection to internet.

You can go the plugin page:

And in the right you should see a button 'Download >>'

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