mediawrapUtils - Error message

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    freddie

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    I wonder if I have lost something, and if so, how can I reload it?

    I am running Linpus

    Clicking on http://www.nationalexpresseastcoast.com/ I get an error screen:

    • ERROR: The following error occured:
      mediawrapUtils is not defined
      in file: chrome://mediawrap/content/mediawrap.xml
      At line: 42

    Q1: Do other people get this?

    Looking in my Firefox add-ons I see I have Mediawrap 0.1.7.1-acer-patch
    I disabled it and reran Firefox and the error message no longer appears for that website

    Q2: Does anyone know what this patch was for? Will I have lost some capability by disabling it? Has my patch become corrupted and is there some way of reloading it as it doesn't seem to appear in the Xfce lists?

    Hoping someone can advise

    Thanks
     
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    Oh dear!

    So many people have looked at this topic - can't one of you just try the link and tell me if it works for you (or not)
    - it is quite safe - it is the East Coast rail booking website - quite the best there is!
     
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    Hi freddie

    It does the same on mine but interestingly if I click the OK button twice the message goes away.
     
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    Hi freddie

    It does the same on mine but interestingly if I click the OK button twice the message goes away.
    The message may be indicating a problem with their site.
     
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    Hi solpuerto

    Thank you so much for getting back to me (in duplicate too!)

    Yes, I forgot to say it goes away when you click twice - but that gets to be a bit of a pain, so I guess I'll just leave the patch disabled. Anyone know what the patch does?

    I had been concerned that loading and unloading Stardict had somehow screwed things up. Now its nice to know that is not the case...

    BTW that website is offering 20% off their lowest standard advance fares for travel booked anywhere on the East Coast Mainline route – that's double their usual online discount!. You can snap up your tickets by booking online between now and 6 April for travel any time between 15 April and 21 June 2009. No creditcard fee!
     
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    Hi freddie

    I meant to edit my original post not duplicate it.

    If you look under Tools, then Add-ons there is a brief description of what it does, but you may know this if you have disabled it.
     
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