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If the browser doesn't have the required plugin (& version), I'd like a separate browser window to open to the plugin download. (Don't want the viewer to leave the site, ya know?) I've seen some scripts that detect the plugin, and maybe the version, but don't direct to the download. Any help? Thx.
However, I believe you could use these sample scripts as a basis to create a pop-up window for your visitor to acquire the upgrade.
Windows Media Player might be a bit harder. I believe Microsoft has embedded version detection into the recent versions of WMP, and it just does its own thing. The MS Media Player website pages didn't give me a clue - but it may be somewhere in their developer downloads.
However, I got to thinking -- after the download, doesn't a plug-in installation ask the user to close their browser? Even with a pop-up window, you would lose them at that point.