User Help for Mozilla Firefox
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I have searched this forum, and haven't found anyone else with this problem:
When playing any .WAV file inside Firefox (QT 6.5.2), the file only plays about 10seconds and stops. The progress bar runs its full course, but the entire file never plays out. It happens at all websited, including the "test" one at the following:
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic ... 10#qtsetup
MP3's, MIDI all play their full course. The WAV file acts like it is only about 10 seconds long.
I don't have this difficulty within IE.
Please help! This makes accessing voicemail via Callvantage kinda useless.
Ok, I just tried a lengthy WAV file from my homepage, and if plays fine in Firefox.
The problem seems to be with Callvantage's website. The voicmail files (WAV format) will only play about 10 seconds in Firefox. In IE, they play fine.
Anybody else experience this with Callvantage or any other website? Any workarounds?
I've heard this same complaint about truncated .wavs with Quickie Time. I'm using Winamp to play those .wavs. No problems. I've also played a file successfully with Winamp that QT users were unable to get working. Associate to Winamp!
sounds like thay are using some IE coding that works only with IE ... have you tried to contact customer support .... bet you the answer is works in IE ...
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I have winamp, QT, Windows media, iTunes, Creative Media player... etc.
How do I associate WAV within Firefox to use something besides the Quicktime plug-in?
Thanks for your help!
Are there any other Firefox plugins that will play .WAV, or is there some way that I can force a WAV link within Firefox to launch an external player?
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One thing you might want to fool around with is your mimetypes.rdf in your profile folder. You might want to edit it and remove references to wav or maybe even rename (~delete) the mimetypes.rdf file.
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That did the trick! Thanks!
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