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Directory of plugins for Firefox?

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  • 最近回覆由 TheOldFox

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Where can I find a list with all existing plugins for Firefox?

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There is no central repository of all plugins that can be installed in Firefox, since anyway can develop one.

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Hi Tylerdowner. There is a much greater variety of add-ons and we have a repository of them: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/ This is also necessary for plugins. For example. If I have a M3U8 playlist, what are the plugins that can play it?

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If you want to see a list of plugins that are enabled in Firefox, enter about:plugins in the Firefox address bar. See this article for details:

http://kb.mozillazine.org/Issues_related_to_plugins#Identifying_installed_plugins

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Oops, sorry. I misunderstood your question. I didn't see your last, edited reply.

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Ok Alice. This it is the a list of plugins that are enabled in MINE Firefox installation. NOT a list of plugins that are enable in ALL Firefox installations, around the world.

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  • Oops, sorry. I misunderstood your question. I didn't see your last, edited reply.

Yes, Alice. This forum it is very slowwww to display ours posts.

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Here is a partial list of available Mozilla plugins for Windows, but it's outdated:

http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/windows-all.html

You asked specifically, If I have a M3U8 playlist, what are the plugins that can play it?

Do you really need a plugin? What about an external program or "helper application? Ref: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Gecko_Plugin_API_Reference/Plug-in_Basics#Plug-ins_and_helper_applications

A number of programs that can open m3u8 files are listed here:

http://extension.nirsoft.net/m3u8

I see that the VLC Media Player application for Windows (vlc.exe) is listed. VLC also includes a Mozilla plugin that is optionally installed with the applcation.

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Hi Alice. Excellent! It is what I am searching. I can not access the MIME Type List tab (http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/winmime.html). Can you do it?

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I can't get to the http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/winmime.html page either. The plugindoc.mozdev.org pages are no longer being maintained .... but a google search turned up this German version of the page:

http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/de-DE/winmime.html

I also found this alternate list, in case it helps: http://www.freeformatter.com/mime-types-list.html#mime-types-list

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Francisco6x2:

You can look up information on file extensions at one of the following, then you will need to determine which, if any, of the applications have a plugin for Mozilla:

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Hi Alice / TheOldFox.

All the sites about file extensions are excellent to applications. But they have nothing to plugins.

The VLC Media Player can play the m3u8 playlist.

The VLC has plugin to Firefox.

But, the plugin, not play m3u8.

Do you understand this?

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Francisco6x2 said:

All the sites about file extensions are excellent to applications. But they have nothing to plugins.

The file extensions links tell you what application(s) to use to load that file extension. Some media players have plugins for firefox and some do not. Generally, you set the items to default to that media player in that media players settings.

Francisco6x2 said:

The VLC Media Player can play the m3u8 playlist.
The VLC has plugin to Firefox.
But, the plugin, not play m3u8.

It appears a number of users of VLC are having problems with m3u8 playlists. Best to post in their forum for the more expert users of VLC to help you.

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TheOldFox.

The Firefox VLC plugin has the m3u suffix, but not the m3u8.

I can not register/login to Videolan forum.

In recent weeks I get this message:

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So:

  1. Have you tried another browser?
  2. Have you tried from another computer?
  3. Have you thoroughly checked your system for malware?

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Hi cor-el.

This site are excellent to applications. But they have nothing to plugins.

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Hi TheOldFox.

  1. Have you tried another browser? Yes. Firefox, Google Chrome, IE.
  2. Have you tried from another computer? Yes. Windows 7, Windows Vista, Ubuntu.
  3. Have you thoroughly checked your system for malware? See - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware . Yes.

VideoLan uses ISP address blacklist. This technique is wrong and offensive. How will we punish a person for the mistake of another?

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Francisco6x2:

As I said to you in one of my previous posts,

  • the links provided tell you which applications support a particular file type/extension
  • applications (some, not all) install plugins into a browser allowing you to view/play those file types/extensions in a browser

Therefore, knowing the application(s) that can recognize certain file types/extensions is basic to solving a problem with knowing how to play/view those file types/extensions in a browser.

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Francisco6x2:

A web site owner has the right to protect their site as they see fit. If their site software is detecting that you are entering their site through a site that is known for carrying, planting, or being infected with malware, they certainly have the right, and the obligation to their other users, to blacklist that site. If you are using a proxy through one of those blacklisted sites, then do not use that proxy when going to the VLC forum. If your ISP is connecting you through one of those blacklisted sites or is one of those blacklisted sites, then find an alternate ISP.

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As I said to you in one of my previous posts,

  • the links provided tell you which applications support a particular file type/extension
  • applications (some, not all) install plugins into a browser allowing you to view/play those file types/extensions in a browser

Therefore, knowing the application(s) that can recognize certain file types/extensions is basic to solving a problem with knowing how to play/view those file types/extensions in a browser.

Ok, TheOldFox.

For this reason, I believe it is important to organize a directory of plugins.

AliceWyman showed us http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/windows-all.html, which is very good, but the author no longer updates.

It will be good if this work is resumed and allow questions and answers from users (forum) to be perfected.

I've tested QuickTime and VLC.

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