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    Re: Adobe Flash Plugin

    Hi ,

    Chrome had some problems lately ,with an upgrade . Avoid to use it .

    Try to use Chromium instead . The open source alternative of Chrome.
    I think Chromium uses as well this Pepper Api thing. Check it out.

    Thanks

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    Re: Adobe Flash Plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by electricmaster View Post
    I think that's about the size of it.

    Honestly though, I wish legit companies would start thinking about the Linux community. A lot of people disagree with me, but I'd be willing to spend money on commercial products. I'd take a copy of PsE over GIMP any day!
    Well i am happy with GIMP why would i pay for PsE !
    If i really have to spend money i would rather donate some to GIMP.

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    Re: Adobe Flash Plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by NikTh View Post
    Hi ,

    Chrome had some problems lately ,with an upgrade . Avoid to use it .

    Try to use Chromium instead . The open source alternative of Chrome.
    I think Chromium uses as well this Pepper Api thing. Check it out.

    Thanks
    Chrome has been working perfectly for me and is more up to date than Chromium, which has been stuck at version 18 for some time now.

    The only problem I've had with Chrome is Flash 11.3, and it's easy to go to: chrome://plugins/ and disable 11.3 and enable 11.2 and problem solved. I plan to continue to use 11.2 in newer version of Chrome until the Flash 11.3 bug is fixed by Google.

    As for Flash no longer updating in Linux outside of Chrome, I don't see it as a big deal. I agree with what someone said earlier that there won't be much new innovation in newer versions of Flash since Adobe is expecting it to be phased out by the time HTML5 matures. So expect Flash 11.2 to work flawlessly until Flash is completely dead.

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    Re: Adobe Flash Plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by marl30 View Post
    Chrome has been working perfectly for me and is more up to date than Chromium, which has been stuck at version 18 for some time now.

    The only problem I've had with Chrome is Flash 11.3, and it's easy to go to: chrome://plugins/ and disable 11.3 and enable 11.2 and problem solved. I plan to continue to use 11.2 in newer version of Chrome until the Flash 11.3 bug is fixed by Google.

    As for Flash no longer updating in Linux outside of Chrome, I don't see it as a big deal. I agree with what someone said earlier that there won't be much new innovation in newer versions of Flash since Adobe is expecting it to be phased out by the time HTML5 matures. So expect Flash 11.2 to work flawlessly until Flash is completely dead.

    well I would like to learn a language on livemocha and this is what I get when I try to access any of the lessons:

    This content requires the Adobe Flash Player version 11.3 or higher.
    Get Flash

    Click here for a non-Flash view of the lesson
    If I try the non-flash version I only get plain text, and no interaction - no exercises, pictures or audio.

    Can anyone tell me how to fix this?
    [btw I've tried Chromium, same result]

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    Re: Adobe Flash Plugin

    The only way to get flash content at that site is to use Chrome.

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