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    Firefox - download plugin

    I've just downloaded firefox, and when I go to this site, it asks to download a plugin to see the new egg advert. I know I don't really need it, but I'm sure it'll come in useful, so could someone tell me how to get the plugin, because it sasy "no suitable plugin found".

    Thanks - also on a smaller side note, is there a way to get a noise when you click a link (I'm used to a little "click" from the speakers)?

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    its the macromedia flash plugin you need.
    get it from
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    there are 2 types of plugin, activex plugins (used my msie, and the root of insecurities) and netscape plugins (used by everything else). you need to get netscape-type plugins for things like flash. use the url moby gave.

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