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    Question Adobe Flash Player Setting kills the page

    Greetings.
    I have got Ubuntu 12.04 on an EeePC netbook.
    All works fine.

    However, I want to make a web conference, as a speaker on meetcheap.com.

    To set it up, it popps up the Adobe Flash Player Setting's little window... and then it is blocked. I cannot make any clicking.

    I spoke with their Support, and they tested it, and said, it was a system problem, with my Ubuntu.

    Please, help. How may I make my mic work?

    Btw, I can well participate on webconferences there... as a listener. I hear well, and I can ask questions well via the chat function.

    However, no talking.
    And my videocamera is not working, either.

    What to do?

    THANKS,

    Tamas
    An idea, what changed my life is in the books of Daniel QUINN: "Ishmael" and "The Story of B"

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    Question Re: Adobe Flash Player Setting kills the page

    Hi!

    What do you think, can a Windows browser with Flash work under wine?
    If yes... which one?
    And how to install it?

    Thanks,

    Tamás
    An idea, what changed my life is in the books of Daniel QUINN: "Ishmael" and "The Story of B"

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    Re: Adobe Flash Player Setting kills the page

    first, is the proper mike/camra drivers intalled? can you test your setup in another program?

    second, if you are using firefox, try Flash-Aid.

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    Re: Adobe Flash Player Setting kills the page

    Thanks Gster4!

    My mic works well with ALL other applications (including Skype, Voip telephones, recorders, etc.)

    I tried Flash-Aid. When restarted... it asked immediatelly for installing Flash... and it is still the same.

    So, unfortunatelly, it does not work.

    Any further idea?

    Greetings,

    Tamás
    An idea, what changed my life is in the books of Daniel QUINN: "Ishmael" and "The Story of B"

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