Director Shockwave Plug-in on Snow LeopardPosted on August 24th, 2010 No comments
Installing Shockwave on Mac OS X (Snow Leopard) 32-bit, at the end you get this vague dialog:
To use Shockwave, launch Safari in 32-bit mode.
Then when launching Safari, you get:
Um, ok, you have to hunt for the ‘More Info..’ button in Finder –> Applications –> Safari, not In Safari. Dialog Fail.
Also, this has probably been covered on Direct-L, but if you visit a page with Shockwave content with the plug-in installed but Safari running in 64-bit mode, Safari hangs badly, requiring a force-quit. Adobe fail.
Then check here…
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