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March 07, 2006

Internet plug-in not installed

[Found at Apple Support...]

Safari, Intel-based Macs: Internet plug-in not installed alert

When using Safari on an Intel processor-based Mac, you might see an alert message that you don't have a certain plug-in installed (for example, a plug-in to play multimedia content within a web page) even though you do have a plug-in installed.

Check with the plug-in's vendor to see if the there is a Universal plug-in format version available (or "Universal binary"). If so, download and install that version of the plug-in.

If no such version is available, you can run Safari with Rosetta to avoid the issue. See Intel-based Macs: Forcing a Universal application to run with Rosetta.

Posted by Ozguru at March 7, 2006 06:00 AM