Playing embedded midi file in firefox – Part 1

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Many web sites that you may visit will have embedded media that requires the use of a plug-in for playing these embedded “midi” background music files.

When somebody opens a web page or may be an eCards site which is supposed to have a background music, we get the banner in Firefox “Additional plugins are required to display all the media on this page”, and there is a button “Install missing plugins

FIREFOX-MIDI TUTORIAL

Following are some easy instructions on how to play these embedded “midi” (.mid) files in Windows and Ubuntu (Linux).

Playing embedded midi file in firefox – Part 2: Windows

Playing embedded midi file in firefox – Part 3: Ubuntu (Linux)

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Priyanka Naskar Majumder - the Owner, Eyedea LAB. Graphic & Web Design Studio, lives in Kolkata, India. Interested in: Usability research, Graphic Design, Web Design & Development.

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