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I find it funny that RealAudio, of all people, was accusing Microsoft of predatory software practises. My dad’s problem is caused by RealAudio taking ownership of files that the installed software can’t even play. In addition, it can and will reassert ownership of file types without asking the user.

Download Macast.

-Ian..

At 02:14 PM 26/01/00 -0800, you wrote:>Ian, et al:
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>I encountered big fat problem with Pulverradio and Macs. When I call up
>the Pulverradio page on Netscape, it searches for RealPlayer. I
>downloaded the most recent RealPlayer Freebie, Version 7, this aft.
>Pulverradio brings it up, then brings up a box telling me it needs a
>plug-in, inviting me to click “okay” to go and get said plug-in at the
>RealPlayer site. I click “okay,” RealPlayer hums and haws, then spits up
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>a second box saying no such plug-in exists. So much for playing
>Pulverradio on a Mac with RealPlayer. Looks to me like your system is so
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>new that it wants to utilize plug-ins that have not yet been designed,
>at least for RealPlayer, the freebie that just about everybody
>uses. Don’t know if your New York setup gets the same reaction
>from vastly inferior Bill Gates/Windows computers.
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>dbell.
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