On Aug 14th 11 PM ET/Aug 15th 03:00 UTC, due to scheduled Firefox Account server maintenance, users may not be able to sign in or create a new subscription. This is expected to last approximately 30 minutes. Status updates can be found at https://status.vpn.mozilla.org or https://status.relay.firefox.com.

Mozilla 도움말 검색

고객 지원 사기를 피하세요. 저희는 여러분께 절대로 전화를 걸거나 문자를 보내거나 개인 정보를 공유하도록 요청하지 않습니다. "악용 사례 신고"옵션을 사용하여 의심스러운 활동을 신고해 주세요.

Learn More

Plugin check makes incorrect or misleading diagnosis about quicktime version on Mac OS X 10.6.4

  • 1 답장
  • 19 이 문제를 만남
  • 70 보기
  • 최종 답변자: AnonymousUser

more options

After reading about security issues with plugins, I ran the Mozilla plugin check to see if my plugins are up to date. It says my Quicktime plug-in is out of date and points me to the Apple web site for an update. However the information on the apple web site tells me about an upgrade to a version 7.something, available for Mac OS X versions up to 10.5.something, when my computer is running Mac OS X 10.6.4 and quicktime on my computer claims to be version 10 -- both of which are *later* than what I'm told to "upgrade" to. This makes no sense.

== I visited the mozilla plugin check web page.

After reading about security issues with plugins, I ran the Mozilla plugin check to see if my plugins are up to date. It says my Quicktime plug-in is out of date and points me to the Apple web site for an update. However the information on the apple web site tells me about an upgrade to a version 7.something, available for Mac OS X versions up to 10.5.something, when my computer is running Mac OS X 10.6.4 and quicktime on my computer claims to be version 10 -- both of which are *later* than what I'm told to "upgrade" to. This makes no sense. == I visited the mozilla plugin check web page.

모든 댓글 (1)

more options

I have the same problem, with slightly different versions:

Mac OS X 10.6.4 Firefox 3.6.4

According to plugin check I have QuickTime 7.6.3. and it is outdated. I downloaded update to 7.6.6 and got message that it can't be installed because I already have QuickTime Player 10.0. Does Firefox recognize 10.0 as a plugin? Do I need to disable 7.6.3? Do I delete 7.6.3 and, if so, how? How do I get 10.0 to show up as a plugin in Firefox? Lots of questions! I'm stumped.