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Old 3rd April 2007, 06:49 PM
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real player as default player for firefox browser

Sir,
When I tried to listen some classical music from online radio, the Totemplayer showed that it cannot do that due to the absense of some plugins. I saw the extension of the file as .rm. I pasted the location name to real player 10 and again tried. This time I could hear the music. Can I listen music through totem player from internet? I can see movie in totem player during offline. Can I see movies online with totemplayer? Can I make real player as default player in Firefox browser so that I could listen online music directly. Can I see movies through RealPlayer?
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