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Scott Mitchell wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 09, 2007 at 10:54:11PM -0600, Nikolas Britton wrote:
>> On 1/9/07, Garrett Cooper <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Don't know about some of the items, but...
>>>    -Flash support with Mozilla products is being done through Mozilla's
>>> ActionScript Engine:
>>> <http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/pressroom/pressreleases/200611/110706Mozilla.html>.
>>> So, I expect the latest version of Adobe's Flash Player to be supported
>>> on all Unix platforms to some extent in the future. Sound support will
>>> be interesting though.
>> But I use Opera?? And It needs to work with youtube, without crashing
>> and without install headaches. 'cd /usr/ports/www/flash; make install
>> clean; exit;' then open browser to youtube.com and go. No library
>> shuffle or libmap configuring.
> I'm not sure how it's FreeBSD's problem that Flash doesn't work in Opera,
> but anyway - the latest Opera release (9.10, in ports now) works very well
> with the Linux Flash 7 plugin, or at least the beta I tried a few weeks ago
> did, and I assume they didn't break it since.  YouTube worked fine, apart
> from some loss of sync between the audio & video, but that is apparently
> not a FreeBSD-specific problem.
> There was a thread about this on -questions about a month ago explaining
> what was needed to make it work, although the real 9.10 release, or the
> port, might make this easier.
> Cheers,
>       Scott

Scott and Nikolas,
        I'll try to get the linuxplugin-wrapper port to work with Flash9
for Linux and then I'll submit the change upstream to the maintainer. I
too am tired of the fact that Flash is so ubiquitous, but don't have
much choice but to get it working.
        Aw well.. when in Rome, one must do as the Romans do.. even if
it involves "hideous" plugins/content :).
- -Garrett
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