Crossfire is a Firefly Media Server (http://www.fireflymediaserver.org/) client initially written for the Apple iPhone/touch but now supports a whole range of mobile/desktop devices and browsers.It has support for streaming, browsing and searching mu

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  • Hi unfortunately you didn't leave any contact mail and opening bugs is also deactivated. I installed Crossfire on my system. It successfully connects to FireFly, but the player doesn't play anything. It just keeps silent. I tested with - FireFox 33.0.2 - Safari 7.1 (9537.85.10.17.1) - iOS 8.1 (12B410) I couldn't see any http errors in log - yet it didn't want to play any of the songs in list.

  • Overall this is an excellent client if you are using FireFly media server. It seems very stable and works well at with the browser on every PC I use. One addition I'd like to see is the recognition of the browser on Android based phones. This is the one thing holding me back from using this full time.

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

JavaScript, PHP

Registered

2008-02-06