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Results:
Pros: Youtube videos played correctly (no more blue human skin).
Cons: When scrolling the Youtube page up and down with my mouse wheel, the Flashplayer crashed displaying sad-looking Lego-type block. Pausing the video and restarting resulted in another crash. Clicking the video ahead or behind the play point caused yet another crash. At other times the player simply crashed without provocation.
Untick the option HWDecode in Flash-Aid tweaks to avoid instability. But then you need to disable hardare acceleration in Flash Settings.

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Next Step
Opened Synaptic Package Manager to remove all Adobe references (adobe-flashplugin, adobe-flash-properties-gtk) and tried various other methods from the Flash-Aid menu. All other methods failed claiming a 404 error. Removed Flash-Aid from my plug-ins.
That's because Adobe removed the last beta from their site. You need to click "Check Update" in Flash-Aid menu, so it can rfetreive the new ulr. However, since there is no more Beta, the downloaded file will be the same as the stable version from the repos.

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SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION:
Followed the advice listed as a bandaid solution here. Placed a copy of libflashplayer.so in /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer

Results:
Pros: The Flash player at the Youtube site no longer crashes, no longer has difficulties when jumping through the video's time line.
Cons: Wasted too much time trying other solutions.
Keep in mind this is the unsafe solution. Besides, you could simply puth the file inside ~/.mozilla/plugins.

See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1953796