On Sunday 16 Oct 2016 17:58:06 Alexander Kapshuk wrote: > On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 5:36 PM, Stephan Lukasczyk > > <mailingli...@lukasczyk.me> wrote: > > On 2016-10-16 15:14:07, Mick wrote: > >> On Sunday 16 Oct 2016 15:49:51 Alexander Kapshuk wrote: > >>> I've got flash working with these pkgs: > >>> www-plugins/adobe-flash-220.127.116.11 > >>> www-client/chromium-54.0.2840.59 > >>> > >>> With no www-plugins/chrome-binary-plugins installed. > >> > >> I have both www-plugins/chrome-binary-plugins and > >> www-plugins/adobe-flash. > >> The > >> plugin listed in chromium appears to be adobe-flash. I am guessing this > >> is a > >> recent change, because if I recall correctly I had to install > >> chrome-binary- > >> plugins to be able to play flash videos in the first place. > > > > Thanks for your help quick help, Alexander and Mick. I've unmerged > > `www-plugins/chrome-binary-plugins` and merged `www-plugins/adobe-flash` > > and now it works as expected. > > > > Best, > > > > Stephan > > > > -- > > Stephan Lukasczyk > > GPG-Key: 0x06E03C26B90F403D > > Microsoft isn't the answer. Microsoft is the question. > > And the answer is "No". > > Good to hear it worked out for you. > Thanks for letting us know.
I know the maintainers are busy, but it would be good to have an enotice telling us that chrome-binary-plugins are no longer necessary for flash media content ... unless they are for other things? -- Regards, Mick
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