Doc, I had this problem too but whenever I downloaded WM9 it was a .bin extension and StuffIt took care of it. Try downloading again.DrRock said:I have stufit expander, and when I went to open it, it told me that it didn't need expansion. The download has an extension of '.stix' Does that sound right? I'll try those others you mentioned as well.
Tiger does not change the extension. The file downloaded when you click on .bin is actually .sitx. Save this, the instructions on the download page are correct. Stuffit Expander properly unstuffs Windows Media.sitx to extract Windows Media Installer.DrRock said:Ok, that's weird; I found a download with the .bin extension, and when it started, it hsowed that as the extension, but then changed to .sitx??? Is this some new function in Tiger or something?
Ditto everything Chundles said for me too. Stuffit was included on system installs under Panther, but is not under Tiger. I re-installed WMP9 under Tiger using the method described. If you can get it to work through double-clicking, try starting Stuffit Expander and then dragging the .sitx file into the window or onto the dock icon.Chundles said:There is no Stuffit included with Tiger at all, not in classic and not in OSX you have to download it. [...]
It's cheap enough thoughFukui said:If you use flip4mac, in combination with real player, you can open almost all files with real player because it can also open quicktime, and with flip4mac you can open WMV. But flip4mac is not free...