Re: 2 questions about firefox I just have to ask.

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On Wed, 2007-01-17 at 02:58 -0500, Ric Moore wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 16:50 -0600, Aaron Konstam wrote:
> > On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 08:22 -0800, oldman wrote:
> > > The only things that will show up in that box are items that were not
> > > configured with a plug-in.  for instance the first time I clicked on a
> > > .torrent file Firefox asked me what to do with the file ... I selected
> > > to use azureus and clicked a button to always use azureus and then the
> > > .torrent was associated with azureus and showed up in that window.  I
> > > have not (yet) found a way to change one that was configured via
> > > plugin,
> > > but I suspect that if I removed the plugin and then attempted to click
> > > on the filetype Firefox would then show me the requester and I could
> > > then edit the app to use. (don't know what would happen if I
> > > reinstalled
> > > the plugin
> > > 
> > I wish the above was true but it is not. If you remove a plugin firefox
> > just does not know what to do and with a plugin as I noted in a separate
> > post it sometimes does the wrong thing.
> Aaron, which version of Firefox are you using?? Ric
> -- 
> ================================================
Is this the secret you are looking for ?

Not sure where I found it - this list I think

"In the past, you could tell mozilla how to handle a media file. They
changed in Firefox, but there's a way to bring that feature back. In
Firefox, type about:config at the url and find

Double click on it to set it to false. Then under
Edit->Preferences->Downloads you should see all the media types and
(theoretically) you could change the player. I didn't mess with that but
it might just be the feature we want."


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