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What plug in can I use instead of Unity Web Player? Firefox you disabled it due to vunerabilities but my videos are not playing well.

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Already reset Firefox, been restarting Firefox at least twice a day. Now I see Unity Web Player has been disabled. So what are you going to let us use in place of UWP?

Already reset Firefox, been restarting Firefox at least twice a day. Now I see Unity Web Player has been disabled. So what are you going to let us use in place of UWP?

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I updated to Unity Player 4.3.7f1 after I noticed that a previous version when I noticed that an earlier version of Unity was disabled by Firefox. The entry for the plug-in no longer has the red warning about Unity being disabled because it is dangerous, but it still shows as "Never Activate".

How can I find out the current safe/not safe status of this plug in?

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Nitish 0 solutions 2 answers

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you can use the Divx Web Player Plugin for Mozilla .you can search or that or download from here:https://app.box.com/s/ez609s8ic8ffvjmqs2o5

Thanks...

you can use the Divx Web Player Plugin for Mozilla .you can search or that or download from here:https://app.box.com/s/ez609s8ic8ffvjmqs2o5 Thanks...
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According to the Bug report for the Unity Web Player "block" request, it was set to Click-to-Play.

See this support article.
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/why-do-i-have-click-activate-plugins

According to the Bug report for the Unity Web Player "block" request, it was set to Click-to-Play. See this support article. <br /> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/why-do-i-have-click-activate-plugins
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I updated to Unity Player 4.3.7f1 after I noticed that a previous version when I noticed that an earlier version of Unity was disabled by Firefox. The entry for the plug-in no longer has the red warning about Unity being disabled because it is dangerous, but it still shows as "Never Activate".

How can I find out the current safe/not safe status of this plug in?

I updated to Unity Player 4.3.7f1 after I noticed that a previous version when I noticed that an earlier version of Unity was disabled by Firefox. The entry for the plug-in no longer has the red warning about Unity being disabled because it is dangerous, but it still shows as "Never Activate". How can I find out the current safe/not safe status of this plug in?

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I'm still on WP 4.3.5, I just uninstalled then re-installed, mine says "Ask to Activate", you have to change it manually. I've had no problems since, but FIrefox is having ISSUES with Java now, ticking me off.

Don't know about your safe/not safe status, that's a Firefox support question.

I'm still on WP 4.3.5, I just uninstalled then re-installed, mine says "Ask to Activate", you have to change it manually. I've had no problems since, but FIrefox is having ISSUES with Java now, ticking me off. Don't know about your safe/not safe status, that's a Firefox support question.