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Adobe Media Player

I recently downloaded the Adobe Media Player. I would like to view the catalog, but when I click on "Catalog" nothing happens. Also, in little letters next to "Catalog", it says "Offline". However, I am on the internet. I have a Windows Vista computer, so it should support the software. Is there a way to fix this problem, so I can view the Catalog? Thanks for any help!

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According to the Adobe Website: "Effective June 18, 2009, Adobe Media Player software no longer contains third-party content in the default catalog. As part of Adobe's initiative to focus on and streamline business priorities, the decision was made to refocus efforts away from content aggregation."

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