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    Re: AW: [Plugin] Browse The Web / Webbrowser

    See here. Try to use ACTION_SLECT_ITEM and then for confirm use Ok button.

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    Hello,

    I have this plugin finally wokring with my imon remote.. JOEHOE!!!

    I'm very happy with it..

    One question is is there is a possibility to use flash with this plugin..
     
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    Flash seems to work for me (using BBC News - Home as an example).

    The main issue is that selecting the flash video to play requires a mouse as it is not given a hyperlink number to type-in using the remote control.

    Some sites autoplay when the web page loads and these play fine.

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    Edit: You obviously need to install flash player though (after Webbrowser is installed so that the firefox plugin is installed)!
     
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    Thanks, I will test it.

    So I have to install Firefox as well, as stand alone application?

    I'm now using Microsoft IE.
     
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    No, but I think that the plugin is based upon Firefox.

    I just installed flash player and it all worked, so I would try that. My comment about installing it after installing Webbrowser may be wrong thinking about it.

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    Hi Rob,

    well, I have installed Firefox, and was also not able to play flash video's. so I had to install adobe flashplayer, specially for firefox. For Microsoft IE, there was a version of flashplayer installed allready. After install it for firefox, browsetheweb is now able to play flash video's.. So, that problem is solved! :d

    The problem that you reported is right. You can not select flash video's with a hyperlink number on your remote. That's a problem for me.. You can use only the mouse, and that works, but you can't use both..

    Another problem is Microsoft silverlight.. Some sites require this, like RTL XL. I can't find a compatible silverlight version for xulrunner.. Anyone a idea?

    Best regards,

    and Rob, thanks for you help :)
     
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    AW: [Plugin] Browse The Web / Webbrowser

    Can we have an Update of this Plugin in the Plugin Section of the Website. MEDIAPORTAL - Browse The Web / Webbrowser.

    So I can install this Update with the Extension Installer, I don't love that you can't Update alle of your Plugins with this function.
     
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    Re: AW: [Plugin] Browse The Web / Webbrowser

    I imagine it will come out after the final release of MP 1.2.

    I'm waiting on it as well. Unless anyone knows where to get a more recent version ...
     
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