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PLUG-IN FOR FIREFOX

By eddmil ·
Please help! I have downloaded player and plug-in for Media Player and Real Player BUT everytime there is a webcast, I just can not view it. It keeps asking to download plug-in even though I have downloaded it 3x.
Which folder should the plug in go???
Thanks a million

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Couple of things ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to PLUG-IN FOR FIREFOX

Which version of Firefox are you running?

Firefox doesn't have 'plug-ins' - it uses Addons which are self-installing when you pick them from the Addons site.

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Actually, I believe Moz refers to such things as plug-ins.

by seanferd In reply to Couple of things ...

Flash, media players, MS DRM, Java, whatnot.

Yes, they should be entirely self-installing. They shouldn't be "manually" downloaded and placed anywhere, unless you get installable executable, in which case you'd double-click to install.

Look under Tools > Addons > Plugins and make sure they're enabled, also.

If you downloaded a plugin as an XPI file, go to Plugins and click Install, then navigate to the XPI file you saved.

Do you have Admin privileges to install software?

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You're correct - so they do!! ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Actually, I believe Moz r ...

What a twit I am this evening.

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No matter

by seanferd In reply to You're correct - so they ...

It is quite possibly a seagull.

You are anything but a twit. (Unless you're just having a go at it. )

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Most plugins depend on Java

by robo_dev In reply to PLUG-IN FOR FIREFOX

So often, if the Java add-on is old or broken, nothing else will work.

So first make sure java is happy.

Whenever possible choose 'get addons' from the tools>addons menu, and the Firefox program should automatically install what you need.

What sort of webcast?

What version of Firefox?

To fix/test the various plugins, such as Flash, Real Player, or Windows Media Player, you typically have to pay a visit to those sites. Sun has a test page for java, adobe has one for flash, real has one for real, etc.....

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