Adobe Flash 64 Bit Support
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Posted 9/30/10 , edited 9/30/10
Seems Adobe wasn't lying. They just released a 64 bit version of Adobe Flash for Linux, Mac and Windows.
http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/

I haven't tried it out yet so let me know how Crunchyroll functions with it.

Note: This is only for people with a 64 bit operating system and 64 bit web browser installed. Also, this is a Preview Release which I suppose is the same as a Beta Release so, when the final version is released, you will need to uninstall this and install the newer ones.
Posted 9/30/10
it seems to be working fine, the sound and speed of the video are working good as well. I used internet explore 64-bit edition to give it test .run.
Posted 9/30/10
well the only thing I did notice was the sound, you have to fiddle around with volume controls to get it to work right and some times that doesn't work, you have to re-load the video as well. I hope this helps
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Posted 10/1/10
Just tried it out for myself on Windows 7 with IE 64-bit and I noticed the audio problem as well. Another thing I noticed is that the videos stay in fullscreen mode when you have 2 monitors and click to the other monitor which is a feature that I've personally wanted for a long time now. Other than that, it functions more or less the same as the latest stable version which is a good thing.

I'll have to try it out on Linux though since there are people that wanted better support for 64-bit versions of Linux.
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