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Mozilla and Flash

Okay, maybe I spoke too soon. Mozilla just crashed on me. I had gone to Bebsland to test out Mozilla and I needed Flash to view her pages. Well I let Mozilla look for the plugin and it didn't find it. It did have a list of plugins so I chose the Flash viewer for Netscape, downloaded it, clicked on the button to show location and boom boom out go the lights. It seems that Flash doesn't see Mozilla as Netscape, it isn't. And they don't have a Mozilla pluggin. Now why the crash? I don't know. I think it had something to do with the button I pushed. Also, two things bother me right now. Mozilla doesn't word wrap in a form entry text box. Maybe there is an option somewhere that would change this. The other is that the MT buttons to boldface, italize, underline or enter a URL don't work. They are calling Javascript (javascript:insertLink()) Maybe I have to install something else? I'll have to ask Kirk at work. He has been using Mozilla for a while now and has probably run up against all the problems I'm having now.


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