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Assignee: rogerl → jst
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
QA Contact: pschwartau → desale
On my WinNT box, this is what I get with N6 and a Mozilla trunk binary: Iterating through navigator.mimeTypes[i].description in N6: i = 0 RealPlayer(tm) as Plug-in (*.rpm) i = 1 Flash (*.swf) i = 2 FutureSplash Player (*.spl) i = 3 Netscape Default Plug-in (*.*) i = 4 HP Peripheral Interrogator Files(*.hppi) Same thing with a Mozilla trunk binary: i = 0 RealPlayer(tm) as Plug-in (*.rpm) i = 1 Flash (*.swf) i = 2 FutureSplash Player (*.spl) i = 3 Mozilla Default Plug-in (*.*) NOTE: if I do this with NN4.7, I get HUNDREDS of navigator.mimeTypes !!!
email@example.com : Out of curiosity, in Mozilla does the MIME type association you set up for xmms show up correctly in Edit|Preferences|Navigator|Helper Applications ? Is that how you made the association? Thanks -
In reply to Phil Schwartau: Yes, the association does show up correctly in Edit|Preferences|Navigator|Helper Applications. And yes I set it up using that dialog but specifically: 1. I navigated to the application using the Choose... button. It perhaps needs a full path currently. 2. After setting up the association, I had to select the MIME type I had just added and then Click the Edit button. That allowed me to UNcheck the "Ask me before opening ..." checkbox. It never worked until I discovered that. That option had not been available when setting up the new type in the first place. The checkbox was visible, but could not be activated.
*** Bug 61289 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I rebuilt Linux Mozilla with CO date 2000-11-30 12:56:17 PST, and now I can no longer reproduce the original problem. Has someone fixed this bug? I'm only talking about the top-level behavior I originally described. In other words, the streaming links at mp3.com now work for me even with JS on. Based on a quick look at the page source, they still seem to be doing the JS check.
firstname.lastname@example.org: What happens when you click on the attachments at 11/19 and 11/22 above? Do they correctly show the MIME type now? In other words, is the MIME type correctly showing up in the navigator.mimeTypes array now?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 58811 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Marking Verified as duplicate -
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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