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HTML5 player for windows xp 32 bit sp3 Firefox 52.9.1 ESR

Hello,I have Windows XP 32 bit with service pack 3 and Firefox 52.9.1 ESR browser. Now that adobe flash player is history I can't play videos online that are not on youtu… (read more)

Hello,I have Windows XP 32 bit with service pack 3 and Firefox 52.9.1 ESR browser. Now that adobe flash player is history I can't play videos online that are not on youtube. I can still watch youtube videos.

Is there a HTML5 video player or something else I can install on this old system that will work or is that not possible? I know it's an old system but it still does the job.

Thanks.

Asked by adm 3 weeks ago

Answered by James 3 weeks ago

Stop button by kiheru (extension)

Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I've got a problem. On both my towers I have the Stop Button (and the Reload Button too) installed because I hate that lit… (read more)

Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I've got a problem. On both my towers I have the Stop Button (and the Reload Button too) installed because I hate that little dual purpose thing that looks like a worm in an apple (small a apple) and can't be moved out of the URL bar to the bar I want it in. The installation on the tower (Windows 10 and updated today Firefox whatever that is) is working perfectly. On the machine running XP, with Firefox ESR 52.9.0, both buttons have died. I have removed and reinstalled. Not a flicker of life. AVG has been intermittently badgering me and offering to remove them, but I always tell it where to go (even though it won't) and close the warning. The people at AVG don't seem to understand that a lot of people outside AVG don't accept their prog's fatwa on certain extensions. What I'm wondering is, is it AVG being sneaky, or is there a reason why two extensions working happily for several months should go legs up? AVG warns me on the 10 machine too, btw. But the buttons still work. Before I made the Final Upgrade to ESR 52.9.0, I had real Mozilla buttons, but these ones by kiheru are the only replacements I can find. PS for software reasons I need both XP and 10.

Asked by StPhil 1 week ago

when watching a video on YouTube, the message "you cannot play the video in this browser" appears

Please tell me how to fix the situation with online video playback on YouTube? (and on other sites the problem is the same) a message appears "you cannot play the video i… (read more)

Please tell me how to fix the situation with online video playback on YouTube? (and on other sites the problem is the same) a message appears "you cannot play the video in this browser" when you click on the "more" link, the following message appears ... how to be maybe that in the settings, although I did not change anything?

operating system windows xp 32 browser mozila 52.5.2.

Asked by bopuc.kim 2 weeks ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 weeks ago

Password Reset Problem

I Forgot My Mozilla Firefox Password of another account (banarzee@gmail.com). I try about 3 days For Reset my password by click forgot password & email link but i fai… (read more)

I Forgot My Mozilla Firefox Password of another account (banarzee@gmail.com). I try about 3 days For Reset my password by click forgot password & email link but i fail repeat & repeat. when i create new password show massage "Unable to deliver email". Please Help me for reset my password. Mozilla Firefox ID Email- banarzee@gmail.com

Attach:- Problem Screenshot.

Asked by banarzeecomputers 1 month ago

Play HTML5 video and flash video replacement for Adobe Flash Player

I’m using Firefox 52.9.0 on Windows XP 32bit system and looking for help to continue playing website video tubes now that Adobe Flash Player is going away: 1. Is there a… (read more)

I’m using Firefox 52.9.0 on Windows XP 32bit system and looking for help to continue playing website video tubes now that Adobe Flash Player is going away: 1. Is there a replacement ‘plug-in’ that I can install to continue playing videos on websites with flash video content? How to install and use? 2. Have noticed many of these sites moving to HTML5 or H.264 format for video tube stream, but my browser will not play these. Is there a compatible HTML5 and/or H.264 player that will enable my browser to play these? Or other way to enable play on my existing version of Firefox? How to install and use? Thank You!

Asked by dalesalmon 1 month ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 month ago