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Embedded Objects 1.7 released

I just finished the new version of Embedded Objects. I fixed a small bug that prevented downloading Apple HD trailers, it works great now.

I also improved the code a little bit, now when you try to download a QuickTime (.mov) file, instead of downloading the entire file and then inspecting it to look for a hidden URL to the real movie file, it analyses the file on the fly, saving bandwidth.

It’s not been approved by Mozilla foundation yet, but you can download it in here: Embedded Objects 1.7.

Update: It’s been approved now.

2 Comments

  1. Bert wrote:

    Maybe i am a dumbo, but i’ve never worked with firefox. I’ve downloaded your file but how do i install this or where do i put the files. I can’t get this to work…..on my Apple. I have Firefox 3.0.

    Thanks

    Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 07:52 | Permalink
  2. Fábio wrote:

    It’s been aproved by Mozilla foundation, you can download it from the site (just click the “Add to the Firefox” button).

    Wednesday, November 12, 2008 at 14:19 | Permalink

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