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Some help appreciated please.....

I'm trying to view SVG demos here http://www.adobe.com/svg/examples.html but get the following error response

The page “http://www.adobe.com/svg/demos/chart.html” has content of MIME type “image/svg+xml”. Because you don’t have a plug-in installed for this MIME type, this content can’t be displayed.

What do I need to add to my plugins?

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What OS version are you using? Which browser are you using?

I can see it fine with Safari 2.0.4 in 10.4.8...
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You need Flip4Mac
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According to this entry, there should be a SVG plug-in for Safari. I can't find it right now but I also stumbled upon this entry in the Surfin' Safari blog and it seems that in the latest version, support for .svg should be implemented by now?
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Weird....I'm using 10.4.8 and Safari 2.0.4 on an Intel Core 2 Duo imac and with flip4mac installed. Still getting the "Safari cannot find the internet plugin" message
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Well I'm at school right now and the bell just rang. Google it up, you should find it within a few minutes.
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Problem solved....

Download Adobe SVG plugin
Open Safari running under Rosetta (plugin not universal)
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