Source of /mozilla/extensions/navsounds/index.cps
Navigational Sounds Extension
This is just a small extension to play the Windows Start and End Navigation sounds when using Firefox. It includes no sounds of its own, it just tries to play the Windows ones.
"Version 1.2.3" <https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/1030> is available for Firefox 3.0 and above, from the "Mozilla Add-ons" <https://addons.mozilla.org/> site.
"Version 1.2.3 (debug)" <http://twpol.dyndns.org/temp/NavigationSounds-debug-1.2.3.xpi> is available if you're having problems.
Navigational Sounds may be a very small extension (only 8KB currently), but there are many, many possible problems with it working. Below I will explain what you can do to try and help work out what is wrong.
1. Start Firefox with a single blank page, "|about:blank|" will do, though this procedure will work with any page - the important point is to open Firefox with only one tab.
2. Load the URL "|about:config|" into the Firefox window.
4. Make sure the /Value/ is "|true|"; if it is not, double-click to change it. You can also use the context menu to change the value.
5. Load any simple, static webpage you like. The "Mozilla.org homepage" <http://mozilla.org> will do.
6. Open the Error Console (select the /Tools/ menu, then the /Error Console/ option).
7. Look for any items in the Error Console that start "|navsounds|". There may be none, a couple, or even lots, depending on the problems it has encountered.
8. Open a text editor or e-mail program, ready to "send me the details" <mailto:email@example.com>.
9. Right-click on each entry in turn that mentions "navsounds" and select /Copy/. Then paste the item into the e-mail.
10. Include as much information about your operating system as possible. If you are not sure what information to include, I suggest following these instructions:
a. Hold down the /Windows/ key on your keyboard (the one with the Windows logo on it), then press the /Break/ key. This should open a window titled "System Properties".
b. Type out all the information at the top, under the "System:" heading, into the e-mail. This will include the version of Windows, and the Service Pack installed.
c. Do not include anything below the "Registered to:" line, this is not relevant (or even any of my business!).
d. Close the window either with the /X/ in the top-right corner, or the /Cancel/ button, to ensure no accidental changes are made.
11. Send the e-mail. If you included a valid /From/ e-mail address, I will most likely reply to thank you for the information. I may also ask for some extra information, or ask if you would try a special version of the extension to help diagnose the problem.
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