Adobe Flash Player Petition
pcloches at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 22:22:09 UTC 2008
Note that there isn't even a x64 version of the flash player for Linux. I
think it also took quite a while before they released the Windows 64-bit
Can't hurt to try though.
On 09/04/2008, E. J. Cerejo <ejcerejo at optonline.net> wrote:
> Da Rock wrote:
> > On Wed, 2008-04-09 at 10:15 +0200, herbert langhans wrote:
> > > Hi Volodymyr,
> > > I already use swfdec, but the curent port gets old too and doesnt seem
> > > to play recent Flash pages. I dont care about the animations, but it is
> > > frustrating not being able to enter some websites..
> > >
> > I'd say talking to the web designers and drawing away Adobe's business
> > might be a better angle at this point. They won't listen to most OSS...
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> It's going to be interesting when microsoft's silverlight comes out, it is
> supposed to be superior to flash, if it becomes popular even the linux
> community will have problems because I really doubt that they will release a
> plugin for other OSes other than Mac OS any way.
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