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#132434 - 06/16/06 09:48 PM Mozilla and Plugins
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I Installed Firefox and I have real player, quicktime, and Windows Media installed on my computer, but Mozilla still tells me I need to install them. is there any way to tell Mozilla where the players are?

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#132435 - 06/17/06 12:39 AM Re: Mozilla and Plugins
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Hi Josh,
Usually what I do with anything with Firefox or Thunderbird, is download the said items to my Desktop.
From there I open the Themes or Extensions window and drag and drop the files directly into the window.
You need to restart whatever application (FF or TB) to have the plug-ins install.
I've come across this more times than I can count.
If you need more help at all, please reply.
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#132436 - 06/22/06 03:36 AM Re: Mozilla and Plugins
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You can get help by usig google pack. It contains all the best freeware for your home use, and it also sends you a reminder if there's an update to download. It comes with a 6 months Norton AV.
http://pack.google.com/

Don't be shocked, you can download each element individually, by choosing what you want, and what you don't want.

All sw's are cool, you can even find me in Budapest, Hungary with Google Map (feels like you're flying. ))

Have fun!
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