[MPA] 1st time post

Scott Baldwin sbaldwin at san.rr.com
Sat Feb 21 22:58:18 PST 2004


Free Windows Media Player for Mac OS X:


Safari doesn't support Real player, but you can use Internet Explorer  
on the same computer with Safari if you need to use real player.  Many  
people who use Safari (like me) keep I.E. around because there are  
still a few websites that Safari doesn't work with.

Free Real player for Mac is available here:


Free I.E. for Mac:



p.s. in the upper right hand corner of Safari is a magic little box  
that says google.  Type  in
words like "windows media player mac" in that little box, hit return  
and all sorts of wonderful things happen..........  ;-)

On Saturday, February 21, 2004, at 10:27 PM, E. Bond Francisco wrote:

> Folks,
> I've just picked up a piece of shareware called Audio Hijack. I was  
> going to use it to record some streaming audio off the web. However, I  
> noticed that the first 4 sites I went to required Windows Media Player  
> or Real Player to be able to play audio from the web, and two required  
> MS IE 5.5 or greater. I'm currently using Safari, and Panther, and  
> would like to know if it's possible to use either the Real Player or  
> Windows Media Player with that configuration. Does anyone have  
> experience with that? Do I have any options?
> Thanks,
> Bond
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