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higuita View Drop Down
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    Posted: January 01 2006 at 10:34pm
Hi

Any plans for firefox plugins support in windows?

how about linux and macosX support? a java viewer would support all java supported OS and would be easy to support browser plugins...

thanks
higuita
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Hello,

 

Limiting TerraExplorer to Windows and Internet Explorer, is a very serious problem and limitation of Skylinesoft!!!!

We have recently launched www.3dedv.com and have already received hundreds of critics from firefox, mac and linux users visitants.

Please, take this in consideration, and act as fast as you can, before we lose more potential users.

Thank you,

Ricardo Pinho



Edited by rpinho - April 04 2007 at 5:53pm
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Yea a unix client is welcome ...
And what about opensourcing the software ?

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http://rzr.online.fr/q/ClosedSource


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