On Wed, Dec 06, 2006 at 02:51:16PM +0100, Arjan van Leeuwen wrote: > Hi Henry, others, > > As of the latest weekly development release of Opera (see > http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/), it's now possible to use any Linux > plugin in the native Opera for FreeBSD version, including Flash and > Acrobat Reader. The feature will be included in the upcoming Opera 9.1.
Hi Arjan, Followed your instructions, put my linux-flashplugin and acroread plugin directories on Opera's plugin search path and... wow! everything suddenly started working. I tried a bunch of Flash sites and widgets, all of which worked except for the last.fm widget (the plugin seemed to start, but never displayed anything). Even audio worked, and it seemed fast too, probably better even than, say, Linux Firefox on this machine. Acrobat happily opened various PDFs I had lying around. The only issue I had there is when I tried to open a different PDF file in a tab that was already displaying a PDF - that seemed to lock up the whole Acrobat plugin. I got messages like this on the console when this happened: opera: Plug-in 2783 is not responding. It will be closed. opera: Define environment variable OPERA_KEEP_BLOCKED_PLUGIN to keep blocked plug-ins. (I haven't tried defining the environment variable as it suggests yet) If you're ever here in Cambridge let me know - you just made my week for me, so I guess I owe you beverage of your choice if we ever meet :-) So when is 9.10 going to be released? Cheers, Scott -- =========================================================================== Scott Mitchell | PGP Key ID | "Eagles may soar, but weasels Cambridge, England | 0x54B171B9 | don't get sucked into jet engines" scott at fishballoon.org | 0xAA775B8B | -- Anon _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"