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I have tried Firefox, Safari and Camino. All 3 of them are not good at all for plugins, IE flash, WMV, or shockwave. I don't know if it the plugins if they are not universal yet or not, but I go to some sites and the window just closes. Mainly when flash is present. I havnt tired opera yet, but I will soon I believe. Adobe needs to make flash universal.
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