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)
JoeBingo wrote:Tried Flash-Aid
nomko wrote:JoeBingo wrote:Tried Flash-Aid
Flash-aid is no longer supported/maintained/updated (Last updated September 08, 2012). Using this tool might work, but it is outdated already.
JoeBingo wrote:You can also achieve the same results by simply using the Package Manager to install the Adobe-Flashplugin (ver. 22.214.171.124) which auto removes Mint-Flashplugin (ver. 126.96.36.199). You don't even need to use Flash-aid at all, although it does work in Firefox 17.0
nomko wrote:@ topic starter:
Try installing this package: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/fl ... in-nonfree. It is standard available in the repository.
richardsdma wrote:you can also try to install google chrome who has the latest flash in the market embeded.
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
richardsdma wrote:it is a little bit confusion, i am not talking about chromium, have you tried google chrome from google?
google chrome has flash 11.5.31.xxxx version.
in the meantime, adobe dropped support for linux flash. the only way to get the latest version is to use google chrome (not chromium)
Version 23.0.1271.64 is my google chrome downloaded from here
https://www.google.com/intl/ro/chrome/b ... _medium=ha
richardsdma wrote:can you give me a reason, a healthy one, that you would not like google chrome?
chrome will be the only way to get the latest version of flash player, and you know why? because linux only haz ONE % of desktop market due to its cappy philosophy.
so i am glad that you solved the issue.
read this.....google chrome is, for the moment, the only way to have the latest flashplayer.
i can tell you about me: google chrome was love at first sight. i have google account and it is pretty easy to synchronyse all my bookmarks, username, pass, with every new install. needless to say that chrome is working much better than firefox.
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