[PC-BSD Testing] Adobe flash player needs to be updated first I think

Hans Ruhe hansruhe1 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 6 00:59:05 PST 2013


Hi guys

I also run Ubuntu and there it is not an issue, but they update frequently.
The fix is the new flashplayer. (I really hope) . All my hopes are for the
new updating roll out :-)

Best regards,
Hans


2013/3/5 Radio młodych bandytów <radiomlodychbandytow at o2.pl>

> On 05/03/2013 23:18, Ben Milman wrote:
>
>> This can be temporarily fixed by disabling hardware acceleration in
>> flash. Right click on the flash area and go to settings, then un-check
>> hardware acceleration.
>>
>> Ben
>>
>
> Doesn't work, a window with settings shows up, but ignores my clicks, I
> can't even close it other than by closing the browser window.
>
>
> Also, at more than 1 time I noticed a process leak - I closed a tab with a
> flash object, but it stayed in background. Killing the right flash process
> was necessary to solve the issue.
> Firefox ESR PBI; 10.0.11 if it matters.
>
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