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Old February 1st, 2014, 11:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How do I use a website that requires a SABA LMS plugin?

I have a Nexus 7 tablet running the newest version of Android. I have a website that I use that's an internal website for the company and is used for training purposes. For that reason I can't post it here but I can easily use it on my Mac computer and can view the website, videos, etc. Unfortunately I can't use the website on my Android tablet. When I try to use it it says it's missing a plugin. It seems to be looking for something for SABA LMS. I looked it up and it seems to be a learning management system made by a company called SABA. I was unable to get help from them and the company I work for is unable to help me. I actually have the same issue on my iPhone. I've tried using both Chrome and Firefox on Android and both give the same message.
There must be some type of plugin I need. Does anyone know what plugin I can use or possibly another web browser, media player, or some way that I can get this to work?
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What plugin is it using in which desktop browser?

(It may not be possible to do it on an iPhone or an Android tablet.)
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How is the best way to tell which plugin it's using on the desktop browser?
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Thinks it's a proprietary thing that only runs on Windows or Mac. The company that makes it is here Learning Management Systems | Employee Training Software | LMS | Learning Management
Might be worth contacting them, tell them you're using Android or iOS, and see what they have to say about it.
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