Latest Version of Adobe Flash Player

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       #761

    Brink said:
    New Adobe Flash Player New 15.0.0.183 BETA released. See first post for more details. :)
    Beat me to it

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  2. Posts : 70,196
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       #762

    Hehehe
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  3. Posts : 53,666
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       #763

    Flash Player 15.0.0.199 Beta

    # Fixed Issues
    * Mac NPAPI] Adjusting the Camera/Microphone volume now works as expected
    * [Safari][HTTP Live Streaming] Resolves a hang encountered when playing Multi-bitrate video streams
    * [Windows ARM] Corrects an issue preventing Adobe Access authorization in some instances
    * [HTTP Live Streaming] Adobe Video Engine no longer returns multiple TimedMetadata events

    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1602269

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  4. Posts : 18,408
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       #764

    Flash player 15.0.0.189 released.

    Adobe Flash Player Distribution | Adobe
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  5. Posts : 6,330
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       #765

    Thanks for the heads up, flash updated here :)
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  6. Posts : 9,615
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       #766

    Shouldn't these notices be called News Flashes?
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  7. Posts : 70,196
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       #767

    Airbot said:
    Flash player 15.0.0.189 released.

    Adobe Flash Player Distribution | Adobe
    Thank you Aaron. First post updated. :)
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  8. Posts : 53,666
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       #768

    Flash Player 15.0.0.207 Beta

    Fixed Issues
    [Mac] Added support for GL_TEXTURE_RECTANGLE (3835486)
    [Windows] Resolves an issue injected in Flash Player 14. The standalone uninstaller will now prompt you to close Firefox if it's open.
    Introduced MMS.cfg workaround for users with redirected home directories using junction files (3819045)
    Multiple Stability and Security Fixes
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1610855

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  9. Posts : 288
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       #769

    Strange Installation Behavior


    I used the "Check What Version..." button in the 'top post.' (I don't understand why it is dated 04 Nov 2008 but announces:
    Version: 15.0.0.189
    Date Released: October 15th 2014


    I navigated to the last page and found this opportunity to reply here.



    https://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/

    told me that I had version 15,0,0,152 for Firefox installed. I asked that it be updated and it took me through what seemed like a slow download and install routine. I ended up here in an IE 11 window:

    Adobe - Download Adobe Flash Player


    where I was told:


    The 'Java(tm) Plug-In SSV Helper' add-on from 'Oracle America, Inc.' is ready for use.



    and asked if I wanted to enable or disable.


    I thought I'd downloaded Adobe Flash not Java. I also passed on the 'opportunity' to include a McAfee 'Security Scan Plus' product but saw nothing about a Google toolbar.


    Why can't the process of downloading and installing an update be a simple process to download and install the offered update?


    If Adobe knew I use FireFox (SeaMonkey) as my browser why did it open IE 11?


    Is the 'Java(tm) Plug-In SSV Helper' software important or just bloatware that came with this update without an opt-in/opt-out?


    thanks


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  10. Posts : 10,994
    Win 7 Pro 64-bit
       #770

    Hello baumgrenze -

    I found it's easiest and safest to go directly to Adobe - Install Adobe Flash Player and just uncheck any offered add-ons (middle section.) Doesn't matter if you're updating IE or Firefox, this website will automatically recognize which browser you're updating and install the correct version.
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