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It should run on all the major platforms(Windows,Linux,MacOSX,BSD) and have free editors,converters,etc,and finally have a better picture to size ratio than flash or silverlight. Heather says: June 3, 2011 at 6:07 pm I updated my flash player to 10.3 when I went on adobe site but i still cant play it…and when I searched on What is the time estimate for an updated download with the bug resolved? This is getting ridiculous. http://avissoft.net/flash-player/adobe-flash-player-following-me.php

You are strobgly advised to restart Firefox. Anyone else want to verify if I'm reading this right?Click to expand... Again IE8 works fine. I would think Adobe would have posted this on their homepage by now as it seems to have affected almost all users of intel I3 and I5 processors on IE9. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/213332/adobe-flash-player-vista-aint-getting-along/

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But you want to develop in Adobe Flex, which is a wonderful tool with a for-pay IDE, but a free CLI compiler. I'm no genius but somehow everything is working again. I received a message that one program might not have installed properly, but it seems to run well. Guess it's time to upgrade.

If there was a better platform with good penetration, while maintaining the ability to build rich interactivity, I'd be the first to jump. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Insightful) by corbettw ( 214229 ) writes: Flash (and Silverlight, et al) are a threat to the Internet generally.BS. I'm currently running 0.8.3 and suddenly quite a lot of things (including youtube) work.I'm puzzled by the original article though. No change.

I unistalled, doesn't work! The software is changed so you have your full admin rights back. There's absolutely no reason why flash ads need to be used. ashley says: May 27, 2011 at 3:42 pm the zombie pets wont load tamara jones says: May 27, 2011 at 9:38 pm cant get it to upload Ani says: May 27,

If its not one problem, its another problem coming from Adobe. When I removed PulseAudio, suddenly audio didn't work anymore (in addition to, you know, the crashing all the time), but when I replaced the .so, it did again. i found this page by google search. No problems with YouTube, although some sites appear to be using crap detection scripts that give me a "You must upgrade to Flash 9 to view this" when in fact I

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The only thing its used for is *** ads. check these guys out Is Adobe IT testing any of these before they become forced-down-our-throats / mandatory / in order for my computer to operate?? Flash Player Update fred says: August 5, 2011 at 8:39 am Anyone of the hierarchy at Adobe are going to take ownership and fix this issue!! Nothing has changed on my machine for weeks.

Poser 6 and 7? 2. check my blog And the only 64 bit compatibility listed is for Windows 7. Now I can't go on youtube, picnick, videos ect.. talkwme posted Dec 18, 2016 Loading...

That means I can deploy video without forcing some large percentage of my users to install yet another player/plugin/codec just to see it. Clicked on request and went to install flash player page and clicked on install flash player. But at least crashing isn't part of the list anymore, at least for me. http://avissoft.net/flash-player/adobe-flash-player-trouble.php The real issue seems to me to be their failure to produce a 64-bit version of flash for *any* platform - Linux or Windows.

So, as of now, I have Vista 64 installed, and tried all manner of Flash installers (both 64 bit and 32 bit), even older ones. Is Adobe trying to force people to buy new computers inorder for your programs to run properly?? I can't even download anything!

Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Open Source Flash? (Score:4, Informative) by Russ Nelson ( 33911 ) writes: on Sunday August 17, 2008 @02:30PM (#24637069) Homepage None of the open-source implementations,

beverly goodnight says: July 19, 2011 at 8:51 am Runing slow. Therefore I don't blame Adobe but Intel, for them making faulty drivers. ads flashing on left hand side of web page, I will try suggestions. But Vista?

Was suckered in to download the latest version of Flash Player 10.3 181.23 for security and now having the same problems as everyone else. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Emmy Huang says: May 23, 2011 at 10:14 pm Unfortunately, we really can't recommend you roll back to 10.2 as 10.3 contains security updates that are important for you to have. have a peek at these guys I have had nothing but problems with it since i got.

Think "any application in the world that does not need direct hardware access or to maximize its access to computing resources" It runs over the web, it runs locally, and it if i remember it was like 3 different verifications ya had to do before you could delete anything as even a file you yourself created not just the junk files that Obligatory Car Analogy: GP suggests using a pickup truck to move a shipping trailer on a long-haul delivery. Please get a fix out asap.

For single computer users, with what I know now, I believe it is the solution. Erm... You know you distribute these updates and until this one everyone has been fine but all of a sudden you put out this update which I freely installed when prompted and Tierd Coder says: May 25, 2011 at 1:50 am After installing Flash 10.3 on IE and FireFox my Flash website does not function as it should, 6 separate SWF files are

How annoying. After the release of Firefox 3.0 I opted to install Adobe Flash Player 10 Beta. But nobody said a word about the GOOGLE app that's being included. My restore points only go back a couple weeks.

ShouldNotAcceptUpdate says: May 20, 2011 at 12:26 am I too recently, just accept adobe update, and all website that flash player is needed flicker…I try to go back to previous version This [ubuntuforums.org] is one [ubuntuforums.org] of many [adobe.com] threads [launchpad.net] like this on the Ubuntu forums where people are having serious issue with flash (especially compared to earlier versions (before 9.048). It seems to work very smoothly.