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ggoldy
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Joined: 10 Aug 2013, 13:42
Location: Northwest Florida gulf coast

Linux and Adobe

Post by ggoldy » 28 Oct 2014, 10:55

Since Adobe has abandoned Linux users, I'm wondering what folks are using as a replacement? Gnash? Lightspark? Another I'm not aware of?

Pros and cons?
Gary
Mary Esther, Florida
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iowa_wildcat
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Location: Ames, Iowa

Linux and Adobe

Post by iowa_wildcat » 08 Dec 2014, 10:43

Use Chrome as you browser and you will have no problems. You can open and view just about anything under the sun using Chrome.

ggoldy
Posts: 373
Joined: 10 Aug 2013, 13:42
Location: Northwest Florida gulf coast

Linux and Adobe

Post by ggoldy » 08 Dec 2014, 13:27

iowa_wildcat wrote:Use Chrome as you browser and you will have no problems. You can open and view just about anything under the sun using Chrome.
Thanks Wild_cat. The problem was with flashplayer. It seems to work fine now. I'm betting someone at Linux added an update to fix it. I just love my Ubuntu!
Gary
Mary Esther, Florida
1436 jon
1954 and 55 Corsair 10 horse
Clinton 5 horse(haven't determined age yet)
1952 Johnson 5 horse
1940 Evinrude Elto 1.8 horse

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