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Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. I'd suggest you both go to your ZAP Privacy > Site list and right click on the Yahoo URL's you have customized and select 'remove. It is more complete for the average user. But no let's keep users away from Firefox, cause you want it 2 be just like IE, then just use IE, and let the new users decide for themself Michael Romero http://realink.org/solved-using/solved-using-xp-home.html

but with the 100-point rating scale. Trackback from Fulton Chain :: Link log September 6, 2004 8:40 PM Kalsey on Firefox Excerpt: Why I don't recommend Firefox. Find out what problems >they have and "fix the internet" for them. No matter what you think of Firefox and how much you may or may not love it,the point about the article is that in its current form it's not going be https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-using-launchcast-with-firefox.405681/

jontyJuly 19th, 2006, 06:33 PMSo has any one found a solution for this issue yet then - other than using yahoo messanger ??? Others have gotten here by googling "i hate macs," but that's a different post. Not too exciting, except that this extension lets you run it inside Firefox! It puts up a little bar above the status bar along the bottom of the window.

First try a test if you would. Michael Romero September 8, 2004 9:49 AM I remain fairly neutral on this topic. SiG September 8, 2004 10:50 AM Although I find this criticism of the Firefox experience to be a bit extreme, I have to agree with every point he makes. Join Date Sep 2005 Location Montreal Beans 153 DistroKubuntu Breezy 5.10 Re: HOWTO: run videos on yahoo launchcast website This is the list i get when I do locate libtotem: /var/lib/dpkg/info/libtotem-plparser0.shlibs

If you turn privacy back on though, and there's any problem with the player or connection, you get locked out. The quick solution for LaunchCast is something else I've discovered - Yahoo! The furthest I got was "help you install a new browser..." and the eyes went blank. What’s a preview?

Matt Gabriel, Mad Poet September 8, 2004 8:45 PM It's a pretty clear case of being unable to see the forrest for the trees. think you need to read the dictionnary more often... ;) Bharath Moro September 8, 2004 8:31 PM Most of Adam's points are spot on and should be seriously considered by the Mozilla, by the same token, is far superior to Firefox and Thunderbird in just about every important respect. so there must be some improvement in upgradability.

Delete the backup.rdb and iamdb.rdb files in the folder. 4.Reboot into the normal mode. charnesJanuary 22nd, 2006, 06:45 AMSounds intriguing. Come off it. However, here are some of the gripes heard in the first week. 1.) What's the multiple page in a single window thingie?

Or you can just continue to pretend the bugs don't exist and go back to playing with your action figures. http://realink.org/solved-using/solved-using-din-in-code.html Firefox breaks the MS mold that people are used to, and that's where the learning curve really comes in. I know that version 2.66 works with mplayer 1.0pre5-r3 and mozilla 1.7.3, try those first. She uses the built in search fine, and I never told her to hit return to get the answers.

I just haven't dug into it more because it is indeed rare. The freely available Service Pack 2 for Windows XP seriously diminishes the threat from malware. Reply to this post Ignore author Nov 03, 2004 01:42 # 28450 ginsterbusch *** (4) replies...Re: Mozilla firefox I get a status bar that never progresses. have a peek at these guys Dat een mail-account niet vasthangt aan het mailprogramma of omgekeerd ("ik heb twee e-mailadressen: hotmail en outlook").

Trackback from antikoan.net September 8, 2004 7:23 AM Adam Kalsey Dares To See Through The Emperor's Cloak Excerpt: Adam Kalsey has had the temerity to criticize the Kewl Kidz browser, Firefox, justin September 7, 2004 3:57 AM You fail to mention the one major reason why people are moving to Firefox - security. HLZ September 7, 2004 3:40 PM "Aggressively marketing Firefox before it is a completely stable product is dangerous." Are Windows XP, IE 6.0 or any Linux distro completely stable products?

Every time the player trys to load, I get the following message:"Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page.

However, at home I can't seem to get Launchcast to play anything, while at work it seems to play fine.Strangely enough, at home, I have the Firefox pop up blocker turned It appears that ZoneAlarm is the problem. I'm a PC repair tech by trade, and on average talk to 100-200 users in a week's time. They weren't using any version of Mozilla.

Because the average consumer isn't going to install a new piece of software that offers them very little perceived benefit over what they're using now. As a mac user it would be nice if FF worked the way it does _and_ used the cocoa framework (nice screen widgets, preference dialogs, emacs key bindings). Thanks for any light you could shine on my understanding of this. http://realink.org/solved-using/solved-using-backgroundworker-in-vb-net.html thomasjedenfeltJanuary 29th, 2006, 09:07 PMI found some information regarding Firewall configurations at Yahoo!

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