David E. Ross wrote:
On 2/22/2009 3:42 PM, Ken wrote:
Red Bird wrote:
I downloaded the Flash Player uninstaller to the desktop and ran it. And
then I downloaded the Flash Player for Mozilla to the desktop. I closed
SeaMonkey and the Tash Manager showed nothing running. I ran the Flash
Player. I went to the www.USAToday.com site and a message said I needed
the Flash Player. I went to C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash
I hesitate to comment since there are far more knowledgeable people
here that I, but I have had trouble installing flash into SeaMonkey and
found the problem to be where it placed the file NPSWF32.dll. Once I
copied that file and placed it into the plugins folder for Mozilla:
it solved my problem. Now it could be the later version does this
correctly and the older version did not. All I know is what worked.
The Flash Folder has the following in it.
NPSWF32 Flashutil.exe (this shows a flash icon)
Can anyone see where I have made errors? Thanks.
Placing the plugin into SeaMonkey\plugins should not be necessary.
Flash 10.0 r12 works okay for me with SeaMonkey 1.1.14 while the
NPSWF32.dll plugin remains in C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash. I
have several other plugins -- including Java -- that work okay while
remaining in their own installed directories.
for what its worth, others have been reporting a
problem with the 10 version and have been reverting
back to the 9 series.
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