this is my first post and I guess not my last style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif first of all I need to say that I really like piwik, I installed it a few days ago and had no troubles at all installing/using it.
Anyway, when it comes to modifying piwik I do have troubles (which I guess is normal as piwik seems biiig). As the topic says I am trying to detect a specific browser plugin which is currently not supported by piwik. To name it: unity3d. I don’t know if anyone knows it, it is a relatively new game-engine which comes with a webplayer (and surprise: a browser-plugin).
I was able to find the “detectBrowserPlugins” function in piwik.js and I think I adapted it correctly for my needs. The script should be able to tell if the unity-plugin is installed and if this is the case the information is stored in the “pluginsMap”. I really hoped this would be all I need to do and that everything else would work by “magic”. Well, it didn’t style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif
I would like to see the result in the piwik-interface but I have no idea how to get there. Any help would be appreciated!
Thanks for reading.