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==Silverlight Browser Compatibility==
==Silverlight Browser Compatibility==
'''Windows Users:'''
'''Windows Users:'''
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[*]With Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater: You can view any Silverlight page without downloading any plugins
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*With Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater: You can view any Silverlight page without downloading any plugins
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[*]With Firefox 2 or greater: You can view Silverlight pages with the Silverlight plugin.  See download section below.
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*With Firefox 2 or greater: You can view Silverlight pages with the Silverlight plugin.  See download section below.
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[*]With Chrome: You can view Silverlight pages with the Silverlight plugin.  See download section below.
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*With Chrome: You can view Silverlight pages with the Silverlight plugin.  See download section below.
'''Mac Users:'''
'''Mac Users:'''

Revision as of 09:10, 22 January 2009

Microsoft Silverlight is a programmable web browser plugin that we use for all of our players at Spacial. Currently we utilize Silverlight 2.0.

More information about Silverlight can be found at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Silverlight
http://www.silverlight.net/

Silverlight Browser Compatibility

Windows Users:

  • With Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater: You can view any Silverlight page without downloading any plugins
  • With Firefox 2 or greater: You can view Silverlight pages with the Silverlight plugin. See download section below.
  • With Chrome: You can view Silverlight pages with the Silverlight plugin. See download section below.

Mac Users:

Currently the only browser we have tested Silverlight with that seemed to work is Firefox. See download section below.

Linux Users:

Currently there is a developmental release for Silverlight on Linux, called Moonlight. More can be found at http://www.mono-project.com/Moonlight or on the Moonlight Wiki at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonlight_(runtime)

Download Section

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