adobe flash player

Can Someone tell me please why Adobe Flash won't run under Firefox 2?  
Error message says Firefox needs to close to run Adobe Flash.  Runs 
great with Explorer.  Thanks.  Bob
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10/25/2007 7:15:02 PM
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Bob wrote:
> Can Someone tell me please why Adobe Flash won't run under Firefox 2?  
> Error message says Firefox needs to close to run Adobe Flash.  Runs 
> great with Explorer.  Thanks.  Bob

Runs fine here.
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Mortman
10/25/2007 10:02:48 PM
On 10/25/07 3:15 PM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
> Can Someone tell me please why Adobe Flash won't run under Firefox 2?  
> Error message says Firefox needs to close to run Adobe Flash.  Runs 
> great with Explorer.  Thanks.  Bob

I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the following 
in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
about:plugins

In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
"application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?

Does the following page work for you:
http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/
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Chris
10/25/2007 10:14:20 PM
Bob wrote:
> Can Someone tell me please why Adobe Flash won't run under Firefox 2?  
> Error message says Firefox needs to close to run Adobe Flash.  Runs 
> great with Explorer.  Thanks.  Bob

do what Chris I has suggested.  And, how can FF run flash 
after its closed? It can't.  So exactly what does the error 
message say? And provide a link to the problem flash.  Also, 
did you install the flash for IE or for Firefox/Mozilla?

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Peter
10/25/2007 11:02:22 PM
The message says "Firefox needs to close before Adobe Flash Player can 
be installed".  From a cold start with Firefox not opened, it says 
this!  I receive the same message with Firefox open or closed.  Sorry - 
no link to problem flash as I have deleted it prior to starting over... 
again.  It was the one for Firefox though.  Thanks   Bob

Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Bob wrote:
>> Can Someone tell me please why Adobe Flash won't run under Firefox 
>> 2?  Error message says Firefox needs to close to run Adobe Flash.  
>> Runs great with Explorer.  Thanks.  Bob
>
> do what Chris I has suggested.  And, how can FF run flash after its 
> closed? It can't.  So exactly what does the error message say? And 
> provide a link to the problem flash.  Also, did you install the flash 
> for IE or for Firefox/Mozilla?
>
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Bob
10/25/2007 11:34:57 PM
Bob wrote:
> The message says "Firefox needs to close before Adobe Flash Player can 
> be installed".  From a cold start with Firefox not opened, it says 
> this!  I receive the same message with Firefox open or closed. 

when you close FF, make sure its actually closed by looking 
in the Task Manager [ctrl+alt+del].  If you see it in there, 
then end it.  Now try installing again.  Did it work?

>  Sorry - 
> no link to problem flash as I have deleted it prior to starting over... 
> again.  It was the one for Firefox though.  Thanks   Bob

No, I wanted some site where you were having problems with 
some flash movie, but never mind cause thats not your 
problem is, yet.


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Peter
10/25/2007 11:46:27 PM
No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna hafta 
just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is seldom.  
thanks again,  Bob

Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Bob wrote:
>> The message says "Firefox needs to close before Adobe Flash Player 
>> can be installed".  From a cold start with Firefox not opened, it 
>> says this!  I receive the same message with Firefox open or closed. 
>
> when you close FF, make sure its actually closed by looking in the 
> Task Manager [ctrl+alt+del].  If you see it in there, then end it.  
> Now try installing again.  Did it work?
>
>>  Sorry - no link to problem flash as I have deleted it prior to 
>> starting over... again.  It was the one for Firefox though.  Thanks   
>> Bob
>
> No, I wanted some site where you were having problems with some flash 
> movie, but never mind cause thats not your problem is, yet.
>
>
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Bob
10/26/2007 12:39:09 AM
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Bob wrote:
>> The message says "Firefox needs to close before Adobe Flash Player can 
>> be installed".  From a cold start with Firefox not opened, it says 
>> this!  I receive the same message with Firefox open or closed. 
> 
> when you close FF, make sure its actually closed by looking in the Task 
> Manager [ctrl+alt+del].  If you see it in there, then end it.  Now try 
> installing again.  Did it work?
> 
>>  Sorry - no link to problem flash as I have deleted it prior to 
>> starting over... again.  It was the one for Firefox though.  Thanks   Bob
> 
> No, I wanted some site where you were having problems with some flash 
> movie, but never mind cause thats not your problem is, yet.
> 
> 
Peter, I've had the same problem with the BBC news: http://news.bbc.co.uk/
Don
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Don
10/26/2007 1:43:40 AM
On 10/25/2007 Bob wrote:
> No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna hafta 
> just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is seldom.  
> thanks again,  Bob 


Please bottom post in newsgroups on this server(i.e., place your reply 
below the quoted text). Have you tried what Chris suggested?

"I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the 
following in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
about:plugins

In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
"application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?

Does the following page work for you:
http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "




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Irwin
10/26/2007 1:49:05 AM
Don Nickell wrote:
> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>> Bob wrote:
>>> The message says "Firefox needs to close before Adobe Flash Player can 
>>> be installed".  From a cold start with Firefox not opened, it says 
>>> this!  I receive the same message with Firefox open or closed. 
>> when you close FF, make sure its actually closed by looking in the Task 
>> Manager [ctrl+alt+del].  If you see it in there, then end it.  Now try 
>> installing again.  Did it work?
>>
>>>  Sorry - no link to problem flash as I have deleted it prior to 
>>> starting over... again.  It was the one for Firefox though.  Thanks   Bob
>> No, I wanted some site where you were having problems with some flash 
>> movie, but never mind cause thats not your problem is, yet.
>>
>>
> Peter, I've had the same problem with the BBC news: http://news.bbc.co.uk/
> Don

sorry Don, but your problem is not the same as Bob's 
problem.  Bob is having problems installing flash for FF. 
You're having problems with your flash on some sites.

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Peter
10/26/2007 5:53:21 AM
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Don Nickell wrote:
>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>> Bob wrote:
>>>> The message says "Firefox needs to close before Adobe Flash Player can 
>>>> be installed".  From a cold start with Firefox not opened, it says 
>>>> this!  I receive the same message with Firefox open or closed. 
>>> when you close FF, make sure its actually closed by looking in the Task 
>>> Manager [ctrl+alt+del].  If you see it in there, then end it.  Now try 
>>> installing again.  Did it work?
>>>
>>>>  Sorry - no link to problem flash as I have deleted it prior to 
>>>> starting over... again.  It was the one for Firefox though.  Thanks   Bob
>>> No, I wanted some site where you were having problems with some flash 
>>> movie, but never mind cause thats not your problem is, yet.
>>>
>>>
>> Peter, I've had the same problem with the BBC news: http://news.bbc.co.uk/
>> Don
> 
> sorry Don, but your problem is not the same as Bob's 
> problem.  Bob is having problems installing flash for FF. 
> You're having problems with your flash on some sites.
> 

and by the way, the vids I tried on the BBC site plays in 
either windows media player or realplayer, and not flash.

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Peter
10/26/2007 5:57:53 AM

Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 10/25/2007 Bob wrote:
>> No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna hafta 
>> just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is seldom.  
>> thanks again,  Bob 
>
>
> Please bottom post in newsgroups on this server(i.e., place your reply 
> below the quoted text). Have you tried what Chris suggested?
>
> "I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the 
> following in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
> about:plugins
>
> In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
> "application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?
>

Peter:  it's worded:  MIME Type     Description     Suffixes     Enabled
                      application/x-shockwave-flash     Adobe Flash 
movie     swf     Yes
> Does the following page work for you:
> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>
>
>
>
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Bob
10/26/2007 9:24:10 AM

Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 10/25/2007 Bob wrote:
>> No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna hafta 
>> just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is seldom.  
>> thanks again,  Bob 
>
>
> Please bottom post in newsgroups on this server(i.e., place your reply 
> below the quoted text). Have you tried what Chris suggested?
>
> "I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the 
> following in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
> about:plugins
>
> In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
> "application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?
>

Peter:  it's worded:  MIME Type     Description     Suffixes     Enabled
                      application/x-shockwave-flash     Adobe Flash
movie     swf     Yes
> Does the following page work for you:
> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>
>
>
>
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Bob
10/26/2007 12:23:48 PM
On 10/26/2007 5:23 AM, Bob wrote:
> 
> 
> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>> On 10/25/2007 Bob wrote:
>>> No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna hafta 
>>> just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is seldom.  
>>> thanks again,  Bob 
>>
>>
>> Please bottom post in newsgroups on this server(i.e., place your reply 
>> below the quoted text). Have you tried what Chris suggested?
>>
>> "I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the 
>> following in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
>> about:plugins
>>
>> In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
>> "application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?
>>
> 
> Peter:  it's worded:  MIME Type     Description     Suffixes     Enabled
>                      application/x-shockwave-flash     Adobe Flash
> movie     swf     Yes
>> Does the following page work for you:
>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>
>>
>>
>>
Do you have the extension "flashblock" installed?  What other extensions 
do you have?

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Irwin
10/26/2007 8:06:34 PM
Bob wrote:
> 
> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>> On 10/25/2007 Bob wrote:
>>> No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna hafta 
>>> just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is seldom.  
>>> thanks again,  Bob 
>>
>> Please bottom post in newsgroups on this server(i.e., place your reply 
>> below the quoted text). Have you tried what Chris suggested?
>>
>> "I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the 
>> following in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
>> about:plugins
>>
>> In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
>> "application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?
>>
> 
> Peter:  it's worded:  MIME Type     Description     Suffixes     Enabled
>                       application/x-shockwave-flash     Adobe Flash 
> movie     swf     Yes
>> Does the following page work for you:
>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>     The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>      So why doesn't it open?  Bob

so it is installed.  When you go to this page:

http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/

do you see the video play.  All you'll see is the words:

Adobe flash player is installed version 9,0,47,0 installed 
successfully.

There is nothing to open.  Its not like windows media player 
or realplayer.  It plays inside the browser.

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Peter
10/26/2007 8:15:09 PM

Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 10/26/2007 5:23 AM, Bob wrote:
>>
>>
>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>> On 10/25/2007 Bob wrote:
>>>> No, Peter.  Been there and done that.  I think I am just gonna 
>>>> hafta just use ie when I need flash player.  Thankfully that is 
>>>> seldom.  thanks again,  Bob 
>>>
>>>
>>> Please bottom post in newsgroups on this server(i.e., place your 
>>> reply below the quoted text). Have you tried what Chris suggested?
>>>
>>> "I've never heard of that error message before. First, type the 
>>> following in the location bar, and press <Enter>:
>>> about:plugins
>>>
>>> In the resulting page, is "Shockwave Flash" listed? Is the MIME type 
>>> "application/x-shockwave-flash" assigned to it?
>>>
>>
>> Peter:  it's worded:  MIME Type     Description     Suffixes     Enabled
>>                      application/x-shockwave-flash     Adobe Flash
>> movie     swf     Yes
>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
> Do you have the extension "flashblock" installed?  What other 
> extensions do you have?   
> No "flashblock".  Have "adblock", but turned off.  Also "throbber" 
> "answers", off and "ie tab". That's all. 
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Bob
10/26/2007 9:33:26 PM
On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>> Does the following page work for you:
>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob

It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box on 
the Adobe page is a flash file.

Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can you 
provide a link to page that is not working for you?
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List-owner: support-firefox, support-thunderbird, test-multimedia
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Chris
10/26/2007 9:49:08 PM

Chris Ilias wrote:
> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>
> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box on 
> the Adobe page is a flash file.
>
> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can you 
> provide a link to page that is not working for you?
This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get sound 
on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
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Bob
10/26/2007 10:01:14 PM
Bob wrote:
> 
> Chris Ilias wrote:
>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box on 
>> the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>
>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can you 
>> provide a link to page that is not working for you?
> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get sound 
> on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.

If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, 
but in windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, 
then look at this: 
http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true

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Peter
10/26/2007 10:26:33 PM
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Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Bob wrote:
>>
>> Chris Ilias wrote:
>>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box 
>>> on the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>>
>>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can 
>>> you provide a link to page that is not working for you?
>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
>> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get 
>> sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>
> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
> this: 
> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>
  No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some sound.
FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what I 
get at the above site:

*Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information.*
Do not show me this page again!





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Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
<blockquote cite=3D"mid:-8KdnVCpK46u9L_anZ2dnUVZ_vvinZ2d@mozilla.org"
 type=3D"cite">Bob wrote:
  <br>
  <blockquote type=3D"cite"><br>
Chris Ilias wrote:
    <br>
    <blockquote type=3D"cite">On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
      <br>
      <blockquote type=3D"cite">Irwin Greenwald wrote:
        <br>
        <blockquote type=3D"cite">Does the following page work for you:
          <br>
<a class=3D"moz-txt-link-freetext" href=3D"http://www.adobe.com/products/=
flash/about/">http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/</a> "
          <br>
        </blockquote>
=A0=A0 The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
        <br>
=A0=A0=A0 So why doesn't it open?=A0 Bob
        <br>
      </blockquote>
It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box on
the Adobe page is a flash file.
      <br>
      <br>
Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can you
provide a link to page that is not working for you?
      <br>
    </blockquote>
This is one link, but NONE work.=A0 <a class=3D"moz-txt-link-freetext" hr=
ef=3D"http://wlox.com/">http://wlox.com/</a>=A0 The link itself
works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).=A0 I can get sound=

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  </blockquote>
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If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in
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a>
  <br>
</blockquote>
=A0 No, they never open.=A0 NO site will open anything except for some
sound.<br>
FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and=A0 this is what I
get at the above site:<br>
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Bob
10/26/2007 10:45:29 PM
Bob wrote:
> 
> 
> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>> Bob wrote:
>>>
>>> Chris Ilias wrote:
>>>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box 
>>>> on the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>>>
>>>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can 
>>>> you provide a link to page that is not working for you?
>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
>>> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get 
>>> sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>
>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>> this: 
>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>
>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some sound.
> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what I 
> get at the above site:
> 
> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
> version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
> Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information.*
> Do not show me this page again!
> 
> 
> 
> 

what you're looking at is NOT flash but video players.  Open 
wmp and look for preferences or options, and inside that 
will be formats.  You want to make sure that windows media 
file, windows media audio file, and windows media 
audio/video files are checked.  Make sure you do this with 
FF closed.

-- 
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Peter
10/26/2007 10:51:30 PM

Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Bob wrote:
>>
>>
>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>> Bob wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Chris Ilias wrote:
>>>>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>>>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>>>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box 
>>>>> on the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>>>>
>>>>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can 
>>>>> you provide a link to page that is not working for you?
>>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
>>>> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get 
>>>> sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>>
>>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>>> this: 
>>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>>
>>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some 
>> sound.
>> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what I 
>> get at the above site:
>>
>> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an 
>> outdated version of Windows Media Player to access the video player 
>> on this site. Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more 
>> information.*
>> Do not show me this page again!
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
> what you're looking at is NOT flash but video players.  Open wmp and 
> look for preferences or options, and inside that will be formats.  You 
> want to make sure that windows media file, windows media audio file, 
> and windows media audio/video files are checked.  Make sure you do 
> this with FF closed.
Windows media, options, DEVICES, All boxes including your named are checked.
0
Bob
10/26/2007 11:32:21 PM
On 10/26/2007 4:32 PM, Bob wrote:
> 
> 
> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>> Bob wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>> Bob wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Chris Ilias wrote:
>>>>>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>>>>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>>>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>>>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>>>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>>>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>>>>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" box 
>>>>>> on the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). Can 
>>>>>> you provide a link to page that is not working for you?
>>>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
>>>>> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get 
>>>>> sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>>>
>>>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>>>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>>>> this: 
>>>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>>>
>>>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some 
>>> sound.
>>> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what I 
>>> get at the above site:
>>>
>>> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an 
>>> outdated version of Windows Media Player to access the video player 
>>> on this site. Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more 
>>> information.*
>>> Do not show me this page again!
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> what you're looking at is NOT flash but video players.  Open wmp and 
>> look for preferences or options, and inside that will be formats.  You 
>> want to make sure that windows media file, windows media audio file, 
>> and windows media audio/video files are checked.  Make sure you do 
>> this with FF closed.
> Windows media, options, DEVICES, All boxes including your named are 
> checked.

Try unchecking and rechecking them; that worked for me.

-- 
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Irwin
10/27/2007 12:01:09 AM

Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 10/26/2007 4:32 PM, Bob wrote:
>>
>>
>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>> Bob wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>>> Bob wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Chris Ilias wrote:
>>>>>>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>>>>>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>>>>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>>>>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>>>>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>>>>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>>>>>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" 
>>>>>>> box on the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). 
>>>>>>> Can you provide a link to page that is not working for you?
>>>>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link 
>>>>>> itself works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I 
>>>>>> can get sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>>>>
>>>>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>>>>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>>>>> this: 
>>>>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>>>>
>>>>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some 
>>>> sound.
>>>> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what 
>>>> I get at the above site:
>>>>
>>>> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an 
>>>> outdated version of Windows Media Player to access the video player 
>>>> on this site. Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more 
>>>> information.*
>>>> Do not show me this page again!
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> what you're looking at is NOT flash but video players.  Open wmp and 
>>> look for preferences or options, and inside that will be formats.  
>>> You want to make sure that windows media file, windows media audio 
>>> file, and windows media audio/video files are checked.  Make sure 
>>> you do this with FF closed.
>> Windows media, options, DEVICES, All boxes including your named are 
>> checked.
>
> Try unchecking and rechecking them; that worked for me.
Closed firefox unchecked, rechecked, reopened firefox and the result was:

*Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information. (and I 
am gonna quit for the night and thanks for all the-so far <grin> wasted 
time guidance.)
*
Do not show me this page again!

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Bob
10/27/2007 12:20:55 AM
Bob wrote:
> 
> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>> On 10/26/2007 4:32 PM, Bob wrote:
>>>
>>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>> Bob wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>>>> Bob wrote:
>>>>>>> Chris Ilias wrote:
>>>>>>>> On 10/26/07 8:23 AM, _Bob_ spoke thusly:
>>>>>>>>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> Does the following page work for you:
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ "
>>>>>>>>>    The link shows Player version 9.0.47.0 installed successfully.
>>>>>>>>>     So why doesn't it open?  Bob
>>>>>>>> It actually does work, because the "...installed successfully" 
>>>>>>>> box on the Adobe page is a flash file.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Looks like your problem might be specific to certain page(s). 
>>>>>>>> Can you provide a link to page that is not working for you?
>>>>>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link 
>>>>>>> itself works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I 
>>>>>>> can get sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>>>>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>>>>>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>>>>>> this: 
>>>>>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>>>>>
>>>>>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some 
>>>>> sound.
>>>>> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what 
>>>>> I get at the above site:
>>>>>
>>>>> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an 
>>>>> outdated version of Windows Media Player to access the video player 
>>>>> on this site. Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more 
>>>>> information.*
>>>>> Do not show me this page again!
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> what you're looking at is NOT flash but video players.  Open wmp and 
>>>> look for preferences or options, and inside that will be formats.  
>>>> You want to make sure that windows media file, windows media audio 
>>>> file, and windows media audio/video files are checked.  Make sure 
>>>> you do this with FF closed.
>>> Windows media, options, DEVICES, All boxes including your named are 
>>> checked.
>> Try unchecking and rechecking them; that worked for me.
> Closed firefox unchecked, rechecked, reopened firefox and the result was:
> 
> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
> version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
> Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information. (and I 
> am gonna quit for the night and thanks for all the-so far <grin> wasted 
> time guidance.)
> *
> Do not show me this page again!
> 

yes, I get that page too, but wmp starts up separately and 
the video plays.

-- 
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Peter
10/27/2007 5:20:50 AM
On Fri, 26 Oct 2007 18:45:29 -0400, Bob wrote:

> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>> Bob wrote:
[...]
>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
>>> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get 
>>> sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>
>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>> this: 
>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>
>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some sound.
> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what I 
> get at the above site:
> 
> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
> version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
> Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information.*
> Do not show me this page again!

Does this work for you:
<http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>

Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
<http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx>

The news videos I tried from <http://wlox.com/> don't work for me in
Firefox 2.0.0.8 with the WMP11 plugin. After clicking a video link on
the news pages, I hear sound and there's no player or video.
Other sites I visit with WMP play okay.

-- 
Rom
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Rom
10/27/2007 10:51:27 AM

Rom wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Oct 2007 18:45:29 -0400, Bob wrote:
>
>   
>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>     
>>> Bob wrote:
>>>       
> [...]
>   
>>>> This is one link, but NONE work.  http://wlox.com/  The link itself 
>>>> works, but the files inside do not (it's a newspaper).  I can get 
>>>> sound on them but no Picture. And they all work fine on ie.
>>>>         
>>> If I scroll down to the playlist, they don't play in flash, but in 
>>> windows media player.  Is this your problem?  If so, then look at 
>>> this: 
>>> http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true 
>>>
>>>       
>>   No, they never open.  NO site will open anything except for some sound.
>> FYI I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and Media Player 11 and  this is what I 
>> get at the above site:
>>
>> *Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
>> version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
>> Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information.*
>> Do not show me this page again!
>>     
>
> Does this work for you:
> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>   
Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx>
>   
Down load button is greyed out.
> The news videos I tried from <http://wlox.com/> don't work for me in
> Firefox 2.0.0.8 with the WMP11 plugin. After clicking a video link on
> the news pages, I hear sound and there's no player or video.
> Other sites I visit with WMP play okay.  

*Exactly my problem!!*

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Bob
10/27/2007 1:31:48 PM
On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:

> Rom wrote:
[...]
>> Does this work for you:
>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>   
> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.

That test has audio and video. 

>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx>
>>   
> Down load button is greyed out.

If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.

-- 
Rom
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Rom
10/27/2007 1:55:52 PM

Rom wrote:
> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>
>   
>> Rom wrote:
>>     
> [...]
>   
>>> Does this work for you:
>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>   
>>>       
>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>     
>
> That test has audio and video. 
>
>   
>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx>
>>>   
>>>       
>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>     
>
> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>   
Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
nothing has changed.
0
Bob
10/27/2007 2:20:15 PM
On 10/27/2007 7:20 AM, Bob wrote:
> 
> 
> Rom wrote:
>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>>
>>  
>>> Rom wrote:
>>>     
>> [...]
>>  
>>>> Does this work for you:
>>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>>         
>>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>>     
>>
>> That test has audio and video.
>>  
>>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx> 
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>>     
>>
>> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
>> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
>> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>>   
> Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
> nothing has changed.

Did you have FF closed when you installed the plugin? If not, close ff, 
reinstall plugin and then open ff and go tot he test site.

-- 
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Please do not use my email address to make requests for help.
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Irwin
10/27/2007 8:25:47 PM

Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 10/27/2007 7:20 AM, Bob wrote:
>>
>>
>> Rom wrote:
>>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>>>
>>>  
>>>> Rom wrote:
>>>>     
>>> [...]
>>>  
>>>>> Does this work for you:
>>>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>>>         
>>>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>>>     
>>>
>>> That test has audio and video.
>>>  
>>>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx> 
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>>>     
>>>
>>> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
>>> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
>>> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>>>   
>> Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
>> nothing has changed.
>
> Did you have FF closed when you installed the plugin? If not, close 
> ff, reinstall plugin and then open ff and go tot he test site.

> Same- audio, and no video.
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Bob
10/27/2007 10:07:38 PM
On 10/27/2007 3:07 PM, Bob wrote:
> 
> 
> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>> On 10/27/2007 7:20 AM, Bob wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> Rom wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>>>>
>>>>  
>>>>> Rom wrote:
>>>>>     
>>>> [...]
>>>>  
>>>>>> Does this work for you:
>>>>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>>>>         
>>>>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>>>>     
>>>>
>>>> That test has audio and video.
>>>>  
>>>>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>>>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx> 
>>>>>>
>>>>>>         
>>>>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>>>>     
>>>>
>>>> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
>>>> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
>>>> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>>>>   
>>> Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
>>> nothing has changed.
>>
>> Did you have FF closed when you installed the plugin? If not, close 
>> ff, reinstall plugin and then open ff and go tot he test site.
> 
>> Same- audio, and no video.

I give up!

-- 
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Please do not use my email address to make requests for help.
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Irwin
10/28/2007 12:21:17 AM
On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 18:07:38 -0400, Bob wrote:

> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>> On 10/27/2007 7:20 AM, Bob wrote:
>>> Rom wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>>>>> Rom wrote:    
>>>> [...] 
>>>>>> Does this work for you:
>>>>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>>>>         
>>>>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>>>>     
>>>> That test has audio and video.
>>>>  
>>>>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>>>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx> 
>>>>>>         
>>>>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>>>>     
>>>> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
>>>> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
>>>> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>>>>   
>>> Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
>>> nothing has changed.
>>
>> Did you have FF closed when you installed the plugin? If not, close 
>> ff, reinstall plugin and then open ff and go tot he test site.
> 
>> Same- audio, and no video.

On the <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html> test site,
do you see the player? Do you some writing before the Firefox logo?

Try other sites with WMP, perhaps ones you haven't been to before.
<http://www.theage.com.au/> is a newspaper. Click the "Video news"
link on the right. What happens?

<http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/> is another newspaper. Videos are
on the right. What happens?

If still video on any sites have a look here:
<http://kb.mozillazine.org/Windows_Media_Player>

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Rom
10/28/2007 1:21:49 AM

Rom wrote:
> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 18:07:38 -0400, Bob wrote:
>
>   
>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>     
>>> On 10/27/2007 7:20 AM, Bob wrote:
>>>       
>>>> Rom wrote:
>>>>         
>>>>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>>>>>           
>>>>>> Rom wrote:    
>>>>>>             
>>>>> [...] 
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> Does this work for you:
>>>>>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>>>>>         
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>>>>>     
>>>>>>             
>>>>> That test has audio and video.
>>>>>  
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>>>>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx> 
>>>>>>>         
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>>>>>     
>>>>>>             
>>>>> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" button
>>>>> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
>>>>> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>>>>>   
>>>>>           
>>>> Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
>>>> nothing has changed.
>>>>         
>>> Did you have FF closed when you installed the plugin? If not, close 
>>> ff, reinstall plugin and then open ff and go tot he test site.
>>>       
>>> Same- audio, and no video.
>>>       
>
> On the <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html> test site,
> do you see the player? 

> Do you some writing before the Firefox logo?
>   
Yes!
> Try other sites with WMP, perhaps ones you haven't been to before.
> <http://www.theage.com.au/> is a newspaper. Click the "Video news"
> link on the right. What happens?
It Plays!
> <http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/> is another newspaper. Videos are
> on the right. What happens?
>   
They play!
> If still video on any sites have a look here:
> <http://kb.mozillazine.org/Windows_Media_Player>
>   
Before I try to follow directions on this site - do I understand 
correctly - do I do these (very complicated to me) updates?  And don't 
give up on me now - you are the only one who has gotten close!  Bob
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Bob
10/28/2007 1:53:15 AM

Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 10/27/2007 3:07 PM, Bob wrote:
>>
>>
>> Irwin Greenwald wrote:
>>> On 10/27/2007 7:20 AM, Bob wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Rom wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 09:31:48 -0400, Bob wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>  
>>>>>> Rom wrote:
>>>>>>     
>>>>> [...]
>>>>>  
>>>>>>> Does this work for you:
>>>>>>> <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html>
>>>>>>>         
>>>>>> Yes it works.  But it's only a pic - now video.
>>>>>>     
>>>>>
>>>>> That test has audio and video.
>>>>>  
>>>>>>> Do you have the Windows Media Player 11 Firefox plugin installed?
>>>>>>> <http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx> 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>         
>>>>>> Down load button is greyed out.
>>>>>>     
>>>>>
>>>>> If you mean after clicking "Download Now!" that the "Save File" 
>>>>> button
>>>>> is greyed out, try clicking the "Save File" button even though it is
>>>>> greyed it, as that may 'fix' the button so it's active.
>>>>>   
>>>> Went back to site and the button was active.  Installed plug in and 
>>>> nothing has changed.
>>>
>>> Did you have FF closed when you installed the plugin? If not, close 
>>> ff, reinstall plugin and then open ff and go tot he test site.
>>
>>> Same- audio, and no video.
>
> I give up!
Thanks for your time.  I know it's more valuable than mine. Bob
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Bob
10/28/2007 1:55:02 AM
On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 21:53:15 -0400, Bob wrote:

> Rom wrote:
[...]
>> On the <http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/testpages/wmp11.html> test site,
>> do you see the player? 
> 
>> Do you some writing before the Firefox logo?
>>   
> Yes!
>> Try other sites with WMP, perhaps ones you haven't been to before.
>> <http://www.theage.com.au/> is a newspaper. Click the "Video news"
>> link on the right. What happens?
> It Plays!
>> <http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/> is another newspaper. Videos are
>> on the right. What happens?
>>   
> They play!

Good. The WMP11 plugin is working.

Besides news videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working, what other 
sites are you having problems with WMP/video?

>> If still video on any sites have a look here:
>> <http://kb.mozillazine.org/Windows_Media_Player>
>>   
> Before I try to follow directions on this site - do I understand 
> correctly - do I do these (very complicated to me) updates?  And don't 
> give up on me now - you are the only one who has gotten close!  Bob

I don't know enough about coding or the WMP11 Firefox plugin. As the 
WMP 11 plugin is working on some sites, read through the Mozillazine 
KB article and links to see if anything seems relevant to you/your OS,
e.g. the section on sound but no video.

For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.

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Rom
10/28/2007 3:16:46 AM
Rom wrote:
> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.

I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
with no problems whatsoever.

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Peter
10/28/2007 6:17:44 AM
On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
wrote:

> Rom wrote:
>> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.
> 
> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
> with no problems whatsoever.

Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.

Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
2.0.0.8 and WMP11?

What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
posted that WMP videos play okay?

-- 
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Rom
10/28/2007 7:32:00 AM
On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 18:32:00 +1100, Rom <-@-.invalid> wrote:

>On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
>wrote:
>
>> Rom wrote:
>>> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
>>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.
>> 
>> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
>> with no problems whatsoever.
>
>Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
>wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.
>
>Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
>2.0.0.8 and WMP11?
>
>What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
>posted that WMP videos play okay?

Am using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and WMP11 and http://wlox.com/ does not work
for me. I get audio but no picture and an error page saying 

Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated
version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this
site.
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Herbie
10/28/2007 8:20:14 AM

Herbie wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 18:32:00 +1100, Rom <-@-.invalid> wrote:
>
>   
>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
>> wrote:
>>
>>     
>>> Rom wrote:
>>>       
>>>> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
>>>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.
>>>>         
>>> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
>>> with no problems whatsoever.
>>>       
>> Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
>> wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.
>>
>> Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP11?
>>
>> What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
>> posted that WMP videos play okay?
>>     
>
> Am using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and WMP11 and http://wlox.com/ does not work
> for me. I get audio but no picture and an error page saying 
>
> Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated
> version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this
> site.
>   
Thanks Herbie.  The others were beginning to doubt my sanity!   Bob
ning to
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Bob
10/28/2007 2:39:23 PM
On 28/10/2007 08:20, Herbie wrote with interest:
> On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 18:32:00 +1100, Rom <-@-.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Rom wrote:
>>> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
>>> with no problems whatsoever.
>> Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
>> wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.
>>
>> Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP11?
>>
>> What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
>> posted that WMP videos play okay?
> 
> Am using Firefox 2.0.0.8 and WMP11 and http://wlox.com/ does not work
> for me. I get audio but no picture and an error page saying 
> 
> Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated
> version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this
> site.

I confirm that. Other sites are OK but that one fails.

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wtwjgc
10/28/2007 2:57:01 PM
Rom wrote:
> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
> wrote:
> 
>> Rom wrote:
>>> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
>>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.
>> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
>> with no problems whatsoever.
> 
> Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
> wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.
> 
> Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
> 2.0.0.8 and WMP11?
> 
> What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
> posted that WMP videos play okay?
> 

I'm on 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11.0.5721.5145 - and I needed to click on a LOT 
of script entries in NoScript extension to get things going on that site 
wlox.com - I eventually clicked on all the "temporarily allow" entries 
except doubleclick.
I got a working flash window at the top - then a truncated (top bar 
only) video player on the page. Then I clicked on the top news story Rob 
24/7 Sunday Forecast
It opened a new tab
http://wlox.com/global/story.asp?s=1343812&displayHelp=true&displayHelp=true
but also opened a separate version of WMP and played the video - sound 
and vision.
When I closed the WMP window, the underlying new browser tab had the 
following text
"Alert: You are currently using an incompatible browser or an outdated 
version of Windows Media Player to access the video player on this site. 
Please read the troubleshooting tips below for more information."

That text informed me amongst other things that I need WMP 9 or above, 
and that it DOESNT work with Firefox
"Firefox: You can view video, however, you will not be able to use the 
video player features."- which I interpret to mean that the embedded 
video player won't work in Firefox but it does launch a separate session 
of WMP outside the browser.

Hope this helps.
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Robert
10/28/2007 9:19:03 PM
On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 21:19:03 +0000, Robert M Jones wrote:

> Rom wrote:
>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
>> wrote:
>> 
>>> Rom wrote:
>>>> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
>>>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.
>>> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
>>> with no problems whatsoever.
>> 
>> Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
>> wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.
>> 
>> Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP11?
>> 
>> What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
>> posted that WMP videos play okay?
>> 
> 
> I'm on 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11.0.5721.5145

You're using XP (mentioned in a previous thread). As admin or user? 
I don't know if the other people that it doesn't work for in this
thread are using XP or Vista.

I'm using Vista. WMP is version 11.0.6000.6344
 
Do you have the Microsoft� Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin
installed?

Type  about:plugins  into the location bar and press Enter.

It says if you do. The file name is "np-mswmp.dll" and is located in
the Mozilla Firefox plugins folder of Program Files. 

[snip details]

Besides the other known stuff from the <http://wlox.com/> site you
mentioned, and knowing it worked for you I was able to figure out how
or why it doesn't work here, which might help Bob.

Videos don't play and WMP doesn't open separately with the WMP Firefox
plugin. I can get the videos from <http://wlox.com/> to play in a
separate WMP11 if the plugin "np-mswmp.dll" is (temporarily) removed
from: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\plugins and restart. 

Firefox Tools > Options > Content > File Types > Manage... button,
changing action(s) doesn't work or make a difference here, and
restarting Firefox doesn't help either.

Bob may be able to get the videos from <http://wlox.com/> to play
using Firefox 2.0.0.8 if (temporary) manually remove the WMP11 plugin
"np-mswmp.dll" as above, and don't know if anyone would have success
with file type actions with the WMP11 Firefox plugin.

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Rom
10/29/2007 3:44:44 AM
Rom wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 21:19:03 +0000, Robert M Jones wrote:
> 
>> Rom wrote:
>>> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 23:17:44 -0700, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Rom wrote:
>>>>> For the videos from <http://wlox.com/> not working with Firefox
>>>>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11 plugin, I'd say it's a site thing.
>>>> I doubt that because I can get them working with my wmp 7.01 
>>>> with no problems whatsoever.
>>> Yep, and in news:sOudnfUrQs3WV7_anZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@mozilla.org you
>>> wrote you still see the 'Atert' page and WMP starts up separately.
>>>
>>> Do the videos from <http://wlox.com/> play for anyone using Firefox
>>> 2.0.0.8 and WMP11?
>>>
>>> What's different with <http://wlox.com/> compared to the other sites I
>>> posted that WMP videos play okay?
>>>
>> I'm on 2.0.0.8 and WMP 11.0.5721.5145
> 
> You're using XP (mentioned in a previous thread). As admin or user? 
> I don't know if the other people that it doesn't work for in this
> thread are using XP or Vista.
> 
> I'm using Vista. WMP is version 11.0.6000.6344
>  
> Do you have the Microsoft� Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin
> installed?
> 
> Type  about:plugins  into the location bar and press Enter.
> 
> It says if you do. The file name is "np-mswmp.dll" and is located in
> the Mozilla Firefox plugins folder of Program Files. 
> 
> [snip details]
> 
> Besides the other known stuff from the <http://wlox.com/> site you
> mentioned, and knowing it worked for you I was able to figure out how
> or why it doesn't work here, which might help Bob.
> 
> Videos don't play and WMP doesn't open separately with the WMP Firefox
> plugin. I can get the videos from <http://wlox.com/> to play in a
> separate WMP11 if the plugin "np-mswmp.dll" is (temporarily) removed
> from: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\plugins and restart. 
> 
> Firefox Tools > Options > Content > File Types > Manage... button,
> changing action(s) doesn't work or make a difference here, and
> restarting Firefox doesn't help either.
> 
> Bob may be able to get the videos from <http://wlox.com/> to play
> using Firefox 2.0.0.8 if (temporary) manually remove the WMP11 plugin
> "np-mswmp.dll" as above, and don't know if anyone would have success
> with file type actions with the WMP11 Firefox plugin.
> 

Me? I'm in an XP Home user account - certainly wouldn't go random 
browsing to sites mentioned on Usenet, while in my Admin account!

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Robert
10/29/2007 10:21:56 AM
On Mon, 29 Oct 2007 10:21:56 +0000, Robert M Jones wrote:

[...]

> Me? I'm in an XP Home user account - certainly wouldn't go random 
> browsing to sites mentioned on Usenet, while in my Admin account!

In Vista users run as standard users (default). 

The videos from <http://wlox.com/> don't work with WMP 11 with the WMP
11 Firefox plugin in the ...\plugins folder here in Vista. When the
"np-mswmp.dll" plugin is removed from the ...\plugins folder, then WMP
11 starts separately as it did for you. I'm curious if you have the
WMP 11 Firefox plugin?

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Rom
10/29/2007 12:55:37 PM
Rom wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Oct 2007 10:21:56 +0000, Robert M Jones wrote:
> 
> [...]
> 
>> Me? I'm in an XP Home user account - certainly wouldn't go random 
>> browsing to sites mentioned on Usenet, while in my Admin account!
> 
> In Vista users run as standard users (default). 
> 
> The videos from <http://wlox.com/> don't work with WMP 11 with the WMP
> 11 Firefox plugin in the ...\plugins folder here in Vista. When the
> "np-mswmp.dll" plugin is removed from the ...\plugins folder, then WMP
> 11 starts separately as it did for you. I'm curious if you have the
> WMP 11 Firefox plugin?
> 

Searching for np-mswmp.dll......
not found

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Robert
10/29/2007 4:39:09 PM
On Mon, 29 Oct 2007 16:39:09 +0000, Robert M Jones wrote:

> Rom wrote:
>> On Mon, 29 Oct 2007 10:21:56 +0000, Robert M Jones wrote:
>> 
>> [...]
>> 
>>> Me? I'm in an XP Home user account - certainly wouldn't go random 
>>> browsing to sites mentioned on Usenet, while in my Admin account!
>> 
>> In Vista users run as standard users (default). 
>> 
>> The videos from <http://wlox.com/> don't work with WMP 11 with the WMP
>> 11 Firefox plugin in the ...\plugins folder here in Vista. When the
>> "np-mswmp.dll" plugin is removed from the ...\plugins folder, then WMP
>> 11 starts separately as it did for you. I'm curious if you have the
>> WMP 11 Firefox plugin?
>> 
> 
> Searching for np-mswmp.dll......
> not found

Thanks. I didn't have WMP11 on WinXP when I used it.

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Rom
10/30/2007 5:08:15 AM
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https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3223393 "Hi, this issue is fixed in internal build, you can get next beta build from http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashruntimes/flashplayer/ to verify your issue. Thanks!" --Jing Yuan on 3:13:50 AM GMT+00:00 Jun 17, 2014 Finally fixed?! -- "The world flatters the elephant and tramples on the ant." --Indian /\___/\ Ant(Dude) @ http://antfarm.ma.cx (Personal Web Site) / /\ /\ \ Ant's Quality Foraged Links: http://aqfl.net | |o o| | \ _ / If crediting, ...

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I have finally given up trying to get the latest version of flash working. I am running Windows 7 64 bit. Both Goggle Chrome and Internet explorer work Ok with the latest Adobe Flash Player. For now have reverted to Goggle Chrome. Is the a fix in the works --- avast! Antivirus: Outbound message clean. Virus Database (VPS): 120629-1, 06/29/2012 Tested on: 6/29/2012 9:39:24 AM avast! - copyright (c) 1988-2012 AVAST Software. http://www.avast.com On 06/29/2012 12:39 PM, david wells wrote: > I have finally given up trying to get the latest version of flash > work...

Adobe Flash Player Crashes in latest Firefox
Name: Christopher Hayden Email: christopheratmodusartsgroupdotcom Product: Firefox Summary: Adobe Flash Player Crashes in latest Firefox Comments: Hi. I thought you would like to know (as if you don't already by now) that after the latest update to v.3.6.4 a notification window warned me that many of my plug-ins were not compatible. In the next click it offered to get the compatible versions. It did. Since then I have had multiple Firefox crashes and Adobe Flash Player plug-in crashes. It might help you to know that I often have a 'pop-out' window displaying ...

New Firefox has problems with Adobe Flash Player
Name: Jeff Longwell Email: jeffattpfsoftwaredotcom Product: Firefox Release Candidate Summary: New Firefox has problems with Adobe Flash Player Comments: I was viewing web page: http://www.uvnc.com/download/index.html and was prompted to add plug-in. I attempted to (Adobe Flash Player). At end it indicated I could restart Firefox which I did but upon coming back to the page I still got needing a plug-in. Doing same process over and over did not help. Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9) Gecko/2008051206 Firefox/3.0 From URL: http://...

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