Installed then trashed Snowtape - how to get rid of the Snowtape playback message

Nick G

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Oct 15, 2009
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I've just recently tried Snowtape (an app that lets you record internet radio) but as it didn't work the way I wanted it to I trashed it. Even so, when I click on WMA streams I still get the "Playback will continue in Snowtape" window, even though I've changed the preferences in Firefox to "always ask". How do I get back to the original behaviour?

I trashed all the files I could find referring to Snowtape but there must be some hidden ones remaining somewhere.

Any ideas please?
 

Nick G

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Oct 15, 2009
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Bumping this up again as this message seems to be stopping me playing WMA streams. It seems to override playback using Flip4Mac which is very annoying.

Please help!
 

Nick G

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Original poster
Oct 15, 2009
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Did you follow the "How to uninstall Snowtape" guide here:
http://www.snowtape.com/support.php It lists the documents you need to remove.
Thanks for that. I deleted the last remaining file and it has stopped the dialogue coming up but now when I click on a WMA radio stream it is coming up with a blank page. Before it would start playing content in what I presume was the Flip4Mac plug-in in Firefox as I have this selected in Firefox's preferences.

Oddly, in the Flip4Mac WMV preferences>Browser, the 'Use Flip4Mac Browser plug-in', although it is ticked, is greyed-out. Perhaps this is why I'm not getting anywhere? So I still can't get the plug-in to play WMA streams, and this seems to be since installing Snowtape. Coincidence? Maybe, but any other help much appreciated.
 
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