Running Mate 13 MATE 64 bits. Using Chrome deb (from Google.com/chrome). When I visit a page with Flash, I get a bar on the top that says:
"Adobe Flash Player was blocked because it is out date."
When I click "Update plugin...", I'm taken to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_redirect
The page says:
If you are using the Google Chrome browser, Adobe® Flash® Player is built-in but has been disabled. To enable Flash Player, follow the steps in this TechNote (http://www.adobe.com/go/flashplayerchrome)
To learn more about the enhanced support for Flash Player in Chrome, including information for developers, see this TechNote .
If you are using the open source Chromium browser, please download and install the Flash Player plug-in below.
To learn more about Flash Player and Chromium, see this TechNote (http://www.adobe.com/go/flashplayerchromium).
So I click on http://www.adobe.com/go/flashplayerchrome, which redirects to http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/ ... hrome.html. This page says
The Google Chrome browser (32-bit) includes Adobe Flash Player built-in. Accordingly, Chrome users do not need to download Flash Player separately.
How do I install the latest version of Flash Player in Google Chrome?
Chrome users don't have to download new versions of Flash Player. Chrome automatically updates when new versions of Flash Player are available, to protect users with the latest security updates. Select About Google Chrome under the Tools menu to verify that your Chrome browser is up-to-date. (The wrench icon near the Chrome address bar indicates the Tools menu.) It can take some time before updates roll out to all Chrome users.
Advanced users and developers can also install specific plug-in versions of Flash Player. They can also install preview or release versions of Flash Player or run developer debugger versions of Flash Player.
So what should a newbie like me do?