Mac OS X only: Slingbox owners can now stream video to Mac systems thanks to the release of SlingPlayer for OS X.
With SlingPlayer for Mac OS X, customers now have the ability to watch and control their home TV from any Mac laptop or desktop located just about anywhere in the world. SlingPlayer for Mac OS X includes Sling Media's photo-realistic remote controls as well as the ability to program favorite channels, change viewing modes and of course using SlingStream to optimize the broadband connection on both ends to deliver the best possible video stream.
I'm not a Slingbox owner, but I'm sure this comes as good news to Mac users, who have long been left out of the 'sling' loop. SlingPlayer for OS X, currently in beta, is free.
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Safari no longer supports most plug-ins. To load webpages more quickly, save energy, and strengthen security, Safari is optimized for content that uses the HTML5 web standard, which doesn't require a plug-in. To enhance and customize your browsing experience, you can use Safari Extensions instead.
If you visit one of the small number of webpages that still require a plug-in to show certain content, Safari might tell you that the plug-in is missing. And after you install the plug-in, Safari might ask how often you'd like to use it, or if you want to trust or update the plug-in.
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Before you can use a plug-in that you've installed, you might need to turn it on:
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- Choose Safari > Preferences from the Safari menu bar, then click Websites.
In some earlier versions of Safari, click Security instead, then click Plug-in Settings.
- Select the plug-in from the list on the left, then use its checkbox to turn the plug-in on or off. After you turn on a plug-in, it remains active for as long as you regularly use that plug-in on any website.
- The pop-up menus on the right turn the plug-in on or off for specific websites. If you choose Ask, Safari will ask you for permission before allowing the website use the plug-in. The pop-up menu in the lower-right corner shows the default setting for when you visit other websites that require the plug-in.