Re: Bug in Latest Adobe Flash Plugin

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On 6/20/2012 12:31 PM, Keith Roberts wrote:
>
> Is there not a free alternative to Adobe's flash plugin
> please?
>

I haven't tried them myself, but I think both Gnash and Lightspark aim 
to be open source replacements for Adobe Flash.  I think one of them 
even works well enough to play YouTube video.

-- 
-Chris

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