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TV-FOX - Watch TV Online 18.104.22.168-signed Requires Restart
TV Add-on for Firefox - Watch TV directly from your Firefox Browser, 2780 Live TV Channels sorted by country & category, the TV-FOX allow you to watch thousands of TV channels freely available on the internet. powered by the biggest and most up to date database.
About this Add-on
(Google - Wikipedia - YouTube - Torrent - eBay & Amazon Search engines included).
NOTE: TV-FOX Windows users needs the Windows Media Player, if you don't have the WMP plugin you can get it here:
For Mozilla users: There is a known bug with the Windows Media plugin and Mozilla. There is a patch available from Mozilla that will fix this problem.
NoScript extension conflict - you need to add http://www.tv-toolbar.com to the white list of NoScript in order watch the TV Stream.
MAC OS Users 10.3.9 or higher, needs the Flip4Mac Windows Media plugin:
Note: When connecting to Windows Media streaming servers, the Flip4Mac may try to download the requested media instead of streaming it. This can cause the stream to stutter or loop back after a few minutes of play. To correct this:
Open the System Preferences utility
Click Flip4Mac WMV to open the Flip4Mac preferences pane
Open the Movie tab
Select "Create streaming movies"
Close System Preferences and restart any open browsers
The next time you access a WMA or WMV stream, the plugin will display the streaming progress bar instead of the download bar, and the stream should play correctly.
For OS X 10.3.8 or lower you will need:
After you've downloaded the correct codec or Media Player you may need to quit your browser and then re-start/re-open it for the player to work correctly
For Unix users:
Our TV-FOX streams are compatible with Unix
We tested our streams using the Mplayer plugin on:
- Gentoo Linux 1.5.1
- FreeBSD 5.x
Mplayer tends to take longer to connect and buffer the stream
than Windows Media player, so please be patient.
To reduce the buffering time in mplayer, update /etc/mplayerplug-in.conf by uncommenting the following line: