David E. Ross wrote:
On 4/18/2009 9:22 AM, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
close SM, then hunt around your hard drive for a file
once found, copy it to the plugin directory of the SM
As reported many times in the past, this is not necessary. SeaMonkey
can use various plugins that are not in the SeaMonkey plugins directory.
In my setup, Flash, Java, and Micro$oft's Media Player all work just
fine while their plugins remain in their non-SeaMonkey directories.
that might be true for you, but not for others
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