Martin Feitag wrote:
How does one install without bothering the current Seamonkey
installation? Where is it put in Windows XP PRO?
Leonidas Jones wrote:
For some reason I cannot install their media player to view Fox TV
What do I need to do? The message given is "install script"cannot
Thanks for any advice...
Could you post a link?
I was trying to view the latest "House" episode, and got the install
message. After doing that, the install script message appears.
This just seems to be flash (can only check with "Tribute to Kutner"
as I am outside the US). So have you got flash installed and
activated? (or do they use a diferent player or the full episodes?)
The Message suggests that the install script is not compatible with
your browser. That often happens with plugins made for the newer
plugin-system which firefox already has and SM2.0 will have. I bet
that with Seamonkey2.0alpha it would work. If you want to test, give
it a try http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/2.0a3 (it won't
touch your SM1.1.x when installed seperately)
are you asking about installing SM2? If so, then it
will setup a separate profile automatically and import
all your settings, bookmarks, passwords, mail, etc,
from the old to the new.
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