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How to add plugins in opera

Posted on 2008-06-10
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Hi Experts,

      I have developed a plug-in(download manager) which used to download and maintain the files and i have successfully included with IE, now i need to implement this with opera browser, help me on how can i include  my developed plug-in in opera browser.
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To develop a plugin for Opera you will need to start at http://www.opera.com/docs/pluginapi/ .  If your current plugin works for Netscape 4 (or those that use that technology) then there should be nothing to change.  However you may need changes if it just currently is made for IE.  I am not a plugin developer so I don't know what the differences are if there are any.

Let me know if you have a question about this.

bol
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