Re: [HELP] Netscape & RealAudio & plug-ins
The 'Applications' choice is under Preferences->Navigator(click on the
arrow!)->Applications. Then change the RealAudio setup (or add a new
one if it isn't there) with
Description: RealPlayer 5.0 Beta
Application: /[THE PATH OF REALPLAYER]/rvplayer %s
As well, for some reason this setup only works on my computer when I
run netscape from my home directory (as opposed to my OpenLook menus
This isn't particularly Debian-specific. My apologies for being off
I finally broke down and installed Netscape (Communicator 4.03) on my
Debian system. I also downloaded the RealAudio player (5.0 beta version).
The problem is getting Netscape to recognize the player or any other
plug-in for that manner.
Supposedly, in 4.0, you choose Prefences from the Edit menu. In
Prefences, you then select Navigator -> Applications. Well, there is no
'Applications' choice there or anywhere else that I can find.
Any clues where to edit? I presume ~/.netscape/preferences is the correct
file. However, I'm not familiar enough with Netscape to know what to add.
Any help would be welcome. Thanks.
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