Safari Add-On Features in Installer.... Legit?

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  1. darc10222

    darc10222 Banned

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    After refreshing I found Safari Add-On Features in my installer from the source iSpazio.net (Italian site, came with All Sources). The description says "Converts a variety of Flash content from web pages, and add lots of new features from bookmarks." It also says version 0.1. Anyone tried it? Oh, and btw, here is the site:
    http://www.spaziocellulare.com/ispazio/
    Translate it using Babelfish. I have and it looks good

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    . Confirmation?
  2. thorracing1

    thorracing1 New Member

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    i have installed it and it works fine try it out.
  3. FamousLastMCRmy

    FamousLastMCRmy New Member

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    So it converts content into what? It's actually viewable now?
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    wthoang New Member

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    so this doesnt mean flash is playable now does it?? im confused
  5. rome2ng

    rome2ng New Member

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    that's the problem...

    can those with installed flash pls try it and give us a verdict ?
  6. SkylarEC

    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    It most likly just adds iTransmogrify to your Safari bookmarks. The problem with iTransmogrify is that it only works if the flash is backed up by a QuickTime file.
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    rome2ng New Member

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    backup ? what do you mean ?
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    kappatango New Member

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    I tested it and for youtube it works. BUT it is a redirect to a quicktime file which then opens in your Youtube Player.

    I tried a couple other "sites" with embedded flash, and it doesn't work.
  9. Katarn

    Katarn New Member

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    kappatango - That's the built-in fuctionality of the ipod, that has nothing to do with this Safari add-on. When you go to Youtube.com and try to play a video it will open up the iPod Touch's built-in Youtube and play it from there instead. My iTouch has always done this and I haven't added anything to Safari... it does that automatically because there is no flash support.
  10. kappatango

    kappatango New Member

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    Thats my point. I fully understand how the functionality works.

    The fact is, unless there is a Quicktime file to use as a backup, it wont be able to play the embedded flash.

    It is the Quicktime file which is then opened in the player.....
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