Glad to help.
I give up. My opinion on problems is if it can't be solved in seven days or if no one post a fix to the problem, then it's not worth the time and it's time to look at alternatives...I'm pretty sure it's a bug in either Mozilla or RealPlayer 10.
Well I forgot that I had FireFox installed on my Linux boxes. I open Firefox up and went to www.ifilm.com
and was able to open up an embedded RealPlayer plugin within the browser It's was a great feeling. Then I went to USAToday, ESPN, and some other sites that required the RealPlayer plugin and it works. Just in case you're not fimiliar with Firefox, it's a browser owned and is the next generation browser from Mozilla. Don't get me wrong, I like mozilla a lot, but it doesn't work with some plugins I want it to use that are embedded. Firefox instead, once you create a dynamic link, it uses that, and run with it. Everyting is working fine on FireFox, but I'm still not having much luck with RealPlayer 10 with Mozilla. I would recommend crossing over to FireFox for now or permenantly. I've used FireFox on all my Windows boxes and they are working better then IE. Damn I sound like a spokesman/salesman for FireFox...Anyway, FireFox is a free browser, and it's a standalone browser. You don't have to install it, just download it, extract it, create a shortcut to the FireFox browser script, and you're ready to browse. You may have to re-install RealPlayer then after that, but try it first before you do.
Hope that helps wvdf96a[/B].