Michael Gordon wrote:
John Reinders replied On 4/10/2009 10:06 AM
Wasn't sure I should add my question to the thread above, so I'll
start a new one. I have the new FireFox plugin installed and it
appears to work fine when I test it on the site:
I have Media Player 11 installed...
The problem I'm having is with my Dad's website and a piece of
works fine in IE... and in fact works fine on his PC as he has
Quicktime installed. I don't have Quicktime and would prefer to use
the Media player plugin.
His website address is: http://www.songsofpraiseandworship.org/
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I clicked on the above web site and the home page automatically played
the background music file. I checked the Music page and noticed all the
music files are either .midi or .mp3 files. Your WMP is not set up to
play those file formats.
I clicked on one file from the Music page and my Crescendo mp3 player
plugin opened an played the song.
I checked Windows Media Player and MP3 is selected as on of the file
types. I have midi unchecked because I still use Crescendo for that..
When I click on a MP3 links on Dad's music page -
Windows Media Player starts right up? That has always worked...
Are you using the FireFox Plugin?
that doesn't explain why it works in IE? Or could it be that there are
lines missing in Microsoft® Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin in about
audio/x-ms-m3u m3u,* Yes
audio/x-ms-mp3 mp3,* Yes
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