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QuickTime X Plugin

It's bad enough that the QuickTime X player is crap, but there's a work-around: use QuickTime Player 7 when you don't want to deal with QuickTime X.

Unfortunately, on the Web, there's no such choice. You can't advance frame by frame, you can't control the volume, and there's a useless "rewind 30 seconds" button where more useful controls belong.

And you can't replace that plugin with a more useful one.


One Response to "QuickTime X Plugin"

  1. Funnily enough, I actually really miss the 'rewind 30 seconds' button in Quicktime Player X when I'm using that 🙂

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