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My husband's Mac, Panther, Dual 1.25 Power PC G4, is using FireFox 2.00.20. He is unable to play QT movies on Firefox, ie, torn QT image. How do I find a QT plug-in for Panther? I've been searching, but nothing.He has QT version 6.4.

Please help me help him, if you please!

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QuickTime 7.5 for Panther

But how about helping out with permission to go and get himself a new Mac?




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But how about helping out with permission to go and get himself a new Mac?

(Us guys gotta stick together ya know.)
Or at least "newer"!

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Not until I get a newer Mac! Besides, if he got a Mac newer than me, who would help him figure it out; it would be way more than he could handle? We got his Dual 1.25 Power PC G4 2 years ago to replace his Beige G3, remember those, and I've had my G4 since Jan. 2003. I've only had to replace a power unit, these beasts just don't die. When we got his Mac from ebay, it came with Tiger and a bunch of software. Knowing he would never use any of the software, I helped him out by swapping hard drives. What can I say, it's pay back for all the hours and hours I've spent getting him out of a mess with his G3 Mac. Yea, that's right, this ole gal still has a few tricks up her sleeve, not unlike you guys, I bet.

Mean while... thanks for the link for QT 7.5 (I have QT 7 Pro) (I work with video etc.) I sure missed finding that one.

You guys are great, it's sports like you that keep me afloat, couldn't do it without you.

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Well, if you're the geek in the family - letting him get a newer one should convince him that you need a newer model also.

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