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Whenever I visit a page that has as .wmv file embedded in it, OW crashes. This is true of all SP releases including yesterday's (8/12/07). For example, this page crashes all SP builds quite consistently.

wmv files are played via flip4mac in quicktime, and quicktime works quite fine with other media. Only wmv files seem to crash OW.

I'm afraid it just works for me. Is it possible that you have an internet plug-in or Quicktime plug-in conflict? E.g. do you have divX and/or perian installed, or more than one version of flip4mac player?
Works for me, too. Hope you can figure out what is causing the problem.
You might try making sure you have the latest flip4mac installed. Or try uninstalling it then reinstall.
Ok. I just updated to the latest alpha (90090), and installed the latest flip4mac wmv player released today, and this page
still crashes OW.

I know why it worked earlier. I had maxed out my traffic. So, the wmv file was not streaming. The file is now fed from a local link, and it crashes OW. It plays fine in the latest Safari beta.

Works fine for me in 90117

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