Thank you Mel,
I guess is tie to start looking into a different direction hence Macromedia do 
not want to open the code for us, I will give swfdec a try and see if the lag 
time is good enough for me to play animate pages. Thanks again for your input.

> To:
> Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 16:27:02 +0200
> Subject: Re: linux-firefox+flash=crash
> On Tuesday 18 September 2007 15:36:00 Lisandro Grullon wrote:
> > Well, I have tried both plugins 7 and 9, they both seem to be giving me
> > difficulties, I try installing from ports/packages, but still the same
> > issues. 
> So far, swfdec (graphics/swfdec and the plugin www/swfdec-plugin) is the only 
> one that works reliably and it has a nice feature (I consider it a feature) 
> that it gives you a pause screen when a flash is loaded, so that you don't 
> get the flashy ads flickering your screen.
> Movies from youtube "work", but they have a huge lag and it's more like a 
> slideshow then a movie. However, it's more promising then any of the 
> linux-flashplugin* stuff I've seen past few years and it looks like it's 
> actively developed from scratch rather then trying to make Macromedia linux 
> spaghetti work.
> I had one crash, when a page loaded 5 different movies and during loading I 
> clicked a slider control in the non-flash part of the page.
> -- 
> Mel
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