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OS X How to fix ABC, FOX, The CW, etc Episode Players

My new most hated company: Move Networks. <rant>You guys suck and it's no surprise you have an office in Ann Arbor. If you wanted real talent you'd be in East Lansing. TV shows were way better to watch on Hulu instead of your player.</rant>

The Move Networks player is being used by pretty much every major broadcaster: ABC, FOX, The CW, FX Networks, ESPN, Televisa, Oprah and it's gathering more every day. Unfortunately, their install support is pretty much useless. If you search the web you'll find tons of people stuck and pissed off that it doesn't work.

Here's how I got the player to work on OS X. I assume there's a similar method for Windows people - someone please post it below if you find.

Non-techie way:
1. Open Finder
2. You should be your home directory with your username. For example, mine is "adam", if not, go to your home directory.
3. Click the "Library" folder
4. Click the "Internet Plugins" folder
5. Select the file named "Move-Media-Player.plugin"
5. Press the keys Command Delete (These are two different keys. The Command key has either an apple logo or this logo: ⌘).
6. Close Safari (you can press ⌘Q to do it)
7. Re-open Safari and visit: Move Networks. Click the Download button on the page.

Tech way:
rm -rf ~/Library/Internet\ Plugins/Move_Media_Player.plugin

I hope this helps save other people time.

Comments

This sounds good except I have windows. I've tried the move networks rendering bullshit and it doesn't fix it. Now what? Wonder how I do the above in Windows. Do you have any tech friends that would know but could speak or type to me in layman's terms?

Wow, after several days of frustration (I paid a lot of money to have my IP masked so I could access this from the Middle East!) I was finally able to access the player thanks to this simple straight forward info.

You are awesome to sharing it!

thank you thank you thank you, my need for lost and grey's anatomy is finally being fed! :)

when I click "download" and install, it just says its finished and quits and doesn't even offer me the "trust" dialogue box. what should I do?