axel668 wrote:you can downgrade flash in Synaptic - search for "flash" and you will find older versions of Mint flashplugin, even 10.x (at least that's the case in Mint 13, hope they have kept it in Mint 14 repos)
Yep, the same version 10.x choices are still available in Mint 14 as they were in Mint 13. But removing the default Mint-Flashplugins and installing 10.x doesn't solve the problem.
The previous default Mint-Flashplugin version in Linux Mint 13 was 220.127.116.11 and I had no problems/issues with it.
That version is unavailable in Linux Mint 14. I'm stuck with a newer default Mint-Flash Player version 18.104.22.168 ... or the 10.x versions.
However, both Linux Mint 13 & 14 can be upgraded to the lastest Adobe Flash Player for Linux (22.214.171.124) as well. I have a desktop running Mint 14 and a laptop running Mint 13. On each ... when I upgrade to the latest Adobe Flash Player for Linux ... most games at arcadeprehacks.com still will not load and run properly.
Additionally, I just installed the available Chromium Browser for Linux Mint 14 and ... most arcadeprehacks.com games won't load and run, JUST like in Firefox (version 17.0). The Chrome Browser version available is 22.0.1229.94~r161065-0ubuntu1
The only way for hacked games at that site to load and run in Linux Mint is with the old Mint 13 (or earlier) version using an old/outdated version of Mint-Flashplugin or older version of Flash Player for Linux from Adobe.
Interestingly ... the links on the game pages that bring up an unhacked version of the individual games ... loads and runs fine. It's only the hacked versions I'm having a problem loading and running and only with the newest version of the Linux Mint operating system AND/OR newest version of the Adobe Flash Player for Linux, downloaded and installed directly from Adobe.
There is a forum at arcadeprehacks.com and I've posted this same information there as well. Hopefully between here and there ... this can be resolved.