Google Chrome and the Illusive Web Plugin
psahores at free.fr
Mon Jun 6 14:25:29 CDT 2011
Chrome, is in the last weeks tests i did since Java applets are now supported on both OS X and Win platforms, more stable than Safari, faster and more ergonomic than Firefox. Would be useful (and if yes, urgent !) to get the plugin able to run on the Chrome platform...
Le 6 juin 2011 à 20:49, AcidJazz a écrit :
> I cross posted at runrev beginners forum, but thought folks here might be
> interested to know that Google Chrome is now more popular than Safari, and
> is actually approaching Firefox as the #2 browser world-wide. It's not
> there yet, but a quick inspection of the the figure below (taken from an
> article on CNET last week) shows that Chrome keeps getting more popular, and
> Firefox is getting less so. Why am I posting this? Just airing my
> ongoing frustration that the one browser that the web plugin never works on
> is Google Chrome. Will it ever work? Does anyone have any inside
> information? I have survived so far by asking people to download an
> executable file (which admittedly sometimes has advantages over the plugin),
> but there are times when the plugin is the solution. I wish the good folks
> at runrev would either fix it, or admit that they're never going to fix it.
> The runrev website says that in October (of 2010) they expect to start beta
> testing a new version. Is this happening? I love LiveCode, but I wish
> they would, to use an American expression, either "fish or cut bait".
> - Mark
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