[kde-linux] Netscape plugins not working in konqueror 3.3.2

Pollywog linux-kde at shadypond.com
Fri Jul 22 20:46:07 UTC 2005

On 07/22/2005 07:22 pm, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Friday 22 Jul 2005 19:50, Pollywog wrote:
> > On 07/22/2005 06:35 pm, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > > On Friday 22 Jul 2005 18:52, Pollywog wrote:
> >
> > I removed kmplayer, but I think you can use the "File Associations"
> > module in Konqueror's configuration to set a higher priority for mplayer
> > than for kmplayer, by moving it above kmplayer in the list of apps for a
> > given type of file.
> Ah yes.  I have removed kmplayer by now.  I've pushed mplayer to the top of
> the list, but it makes no difference.
> > I also wonder whether Arts is having an effect on this, since some people
> > are able to listen to content that others of us are not able to access in
> > Konqueror.   I have Arts enabled in Control Center ("enable the
> > soundsystem" is checked)
> Yes.  Same here.
> > but in Konqueror's "Configure > Plugins > plugins
> > tab"  I have unchecked the checkbox "Use artsdsp to pipe sound through
> > aRts"
> That also is the same.
> > That is what happened here, I installed kmplayer and then the
> > functionality was broken, but once I removed it, RealPlayer again played
> > the content on the BBC link that was posted yesterday.
> I can play it in the stand-alone player, but not as the plugin.
> > That is why I have three browsers installed.  Each one has solutions for
> > the puzzles the others create.
> That has always been my theory, but this time none of them work.

Since none of them work, perhaps you should give some thought to installing 
"mozplugger".  IIRC it did not work for me on any browser until I installed 

The RealPlayer plugin has never worked for me with Konqueror, only the 
stand-alone RealPlayer has worked with Konqueror.


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