Installing the plug in
Keith.Hodges at warwick.ac.uk
Fri May 26 15:20:02 UTC 2006
I understand now, it appears that on my system the "properly" installed
firefox is the latest one I installed, a development beta release called
BonEcho. So that looks like good news, thanks for your help.
How about releasing the plugin as an xpi package.
Michael Rueger wrote:
> Keith Hodges wrote:
>> I attempted to install the Squeak plug in - and discovered that it
>> installed the plugin dll into an old Mozilla installation on my
>> system but not into the Firefox plugins folder. Of course it can be
>> done manually but perhaps the installer needs a tweak.
> Which installer where you using? And how did you install Firefox? The
> installer detects Firefox, but only if it was "properly" installed.
> As a quick fix you can copy the NPSqueak.dll into the firefox plugins
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