Saturday August 25th, 2001
Yancy writes in "Macromedia is finally allowing Mozilla-based browsers access to their shockwave.com website! Please use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of their website to thank them." Macromedia is one of the major sites that mozilla.org is targeting with their evangelism effort.
Along with this, Katsuhiko Momoi sent in news about a new Tech Evangelism catagory in Bugzilla. Click full article to learn more about it.
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Monday August 27th, 2001 9:26 AM
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I've had flash with Mozilla for quite a while and it's worked fine (On Win32). Just download the Flash plugin installer for Netscape 4, and try to install it. If you don't have N4 (like me) the installer gets upset, but you just manually find the mozilla plugins directory '/bin/plugins'. If you do have N4 it probably just dumps the plugins in the N4 plugins directory and you'll have to manually move it.
If you still have problems (on Win32) there are probably other evil forces at work.