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[quote="proud to live in a "democracy&qu"] Hello, I run a pirated copy of Windows 98 Second Edition. I have installed Mozilla, Firebird and K-Meleon; and after installing the Macromedia Shockwave package v10.0.1.004 downloaded from Macromedia's site, Shockwave didn't work on any of my browsers (i have already erradicated IE from my hard drive). So i was looking at the files on my C:\Windoze\System\Macromed\Shockwave 10\ directory, and found the two files Plugin.dll and PluginPing.dll, but there were no SHOCKWAVEPLUGIN.CLASS neither NP32DSW.DLL files. I selected one of the Plugin*.dll, right-clicked on it, and choose Properties, and see that in the Version tab, there is a record named OriginalFileName, or something like that, saying "NP32DSW.DLL". So I copied the Plugin.dll file to my /plugins/ folder, and renamed it as NP32DSW.DLL. But Shockwave didn't work. I don't know what is the difference between Plugin.dll and PluginPing.dll, but I did the same with that last one, and voila! Now my three moz-based browsers are running Shockwave! I'm yet running to patent this brand new "Method for installing Macromedia's Shockwave Player Plugin into Mozilla-based web browsers", and you'll be NOT allowed to even try it.[/quote]
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