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Posted 10/15/16
Chromium 53.0.2785.143
chrome-binary-plugins-54.0.2840.59

You either have Javascript turned off or an old version of Flash Player.

Dont seem to be able to watch any videos today, worked fine yesterday.

Anybody else having this issue?
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Posted 10/15/16 , edited 10/15/16
See if this is the issue:

Go to the address bar in Chrome and type "chrome://plugins"
scroll down to the flash player plugin

If it is grayed out click "enable".
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Posted 10/15/16

turrimix wrote:

Chromium 53.0.2785.143
chrome-binary-plugins-54.0.2840.59

You either have Javascript turned off or an old version of Flash Player.

Dont seem to be able to watch any videos today, worked fine yesterday.

Anybody else having this issue?


I use Chrome and haven't had any issues i do keep my plug ins up to date and once i had to do a roll back because something went wrong but the roll back fixed it.

Ps Cool avatar !
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Posted 10/16/16 , edited 10/16/16
chrome://flash says Not installed so i guess it crashes while loading ... fml can we have html5 player pretty please? :z

EDIT: So upon further investigating it seems that for whatever reason flash is no longer included in the chrome-binary-plugins package

So as of now no idea how to watch CR in Linux :| fml times 2

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Posted 10/16/16

turrimix wrote:

chrome://flash says Not installed so i guess it crashes while loading ... fml can we have html5 player pretty please? :z

EDIT: So upon further investigating it seems that for whatever reason flash is no longer included in the chrome-binary-plugins package

So as of now no idea how to watch CR in Linux :| fml times 2



I've been using the pepperflashplugin-nonfree package for years without many issues, and it's currently working with Chromium Version 53.0.2785.143 Built on 8.6, running on Debian 8.5 (64-bit), with the plugin listed as Adobe Flash Player - Version: 22.0.0.209
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Posted 10/16/16
https://chrome.googleblog.com/2016/08/flash-and-chrome.html

Today, sites typically use technologies like HTML5 *wink wink* CR hint hint!

starting this September, Chrome 53 will begin to block flash

... and thus the Flash Wars (final?) chapter has begun o.O

Maybe time to invest in ipad since my iphone screen is so small to enjoy cr >D
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turrimix wrote:

https://chrome.googleblog.com/2016/08/flash-and-chrome.html

Today, sites typically use technologies like HTML5 *wink wink* CR hint hint!

starting this September, Chrome 53 will begin to block flash

... and thus the Flash Wars (final?) chapter has begun o.O

Maybe time to invest in ipad since my iphone screen is so small to enjoy cr >D


Thats been the standard for Firefox for quite a while now. Good to see Chromes going there now.
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Posted 6 days ago

ARKriderMax wrote:


turrimix wrote:

https://chrome.googleblog.com/2016/08/flash-and-chrome.html

Today, sites typically use technologies like HTML5 *wink wink* CR hint hint!

starting this September, Chrome 53 will begin to block flash

... and thus the Flash Wars (final?) chapter has begun o.O

Maybe time to invest in ipad since my iphone screen is so small to enjoy cr >D


Thats been the standard for Firefox for quite a while now. Good to see Chromes going there now.


It's apparently been click-to-play in Chrome for a while, and this is just making Flash a secondary playback method, where applicable.
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