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Hello. Can this be used for a silent install like adobe reader with switches like

/msi EULA_ACCEPT=YES /qn

 

Also whats the difference between the active-x, plugin and ppapi?

thanksl

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I wondered what in the heck was going on. It seemed to be working just fine and then all of a sudden, Flash was blocked and I knew it wasn't an old version. Thanks for the update.

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It's due to the 0-days that surfaced with The Hacking Team leak...

However, this ability the FF team has of blocking things suddenly from their side is surely annoying, to say the least!

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flash player was updated to 18.0.0.232 on August 11 as noted in Adobe security bulletin APSB15-19.

it should still function on XP.

 

 

Also whats the difference between the active-x, plugin and ppapi?

thanksl

 

flash ActiveX download is for Internet Explorer, plugin is for Mozilla based browsers (Firefox/Seamonkey) and PPAPI is for browsers like Google Chrome and recent Opera browsers

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flash player was updated to 18.0.0.232 on August 11 as noted in Adobe security bulletin APSB15-19.

it should still function on XP.

Yes, Flash Player 18 is supported under XP. An XP Thinkpad is among the machines I use on a daily basis.

 

In fact, Flash Player 19 Beta is already available (http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer.html) and the system requirements have not changed: http://labsdownload.adobe.com/pub/labs/flashruntimes/shared/air19_flashplayer19_releasenotes.pdf

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Not to take issue with anything ... I've been using this version since around October 27th.

 

Shockwave Player 12.2.1.171

 

http://filehippo.com/download_shockwave/tech/

 

Title: Shockwave Player 12.2.1.171

Filename: Shockwave_Installer_Full.exe

File size: 13.25MB (13,895,144 bytes)

Requirements: Windows XP / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64 / Windows8 / Windows8 64

Languages: Multiple languages

License: Freeware

Date added: October 27, 2015

Author: Adobe Systems Inc

www.adobe.com

...

 

 

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No issue taken. :)

 

Then again, the link I gave is to the official non-adware installer (yes: there are two types of installer!)... :angel

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OK ... that's good to know. I had a feeling you posted the information for a reason. I would rather have that version ... With the FileHippo version I always have the Google Chrome toolbar and one other item with a check box ... I have to uncheck two boxes but the Google Chrome thing still seems to be installed. One of my registry cleaners will still find it and I remove it for good.

 

RegCleaner 4.3 by Jouni Vuorio will pull it up even though it was not supposed to be installed, since I removed the checkmark.

 

I'd like to know the exact link to that Adobe Shockwave download page so I can use that version from now on. I've been downloading the File Hippo version for years and always fooling around with those Google toolbar checkmarks.

 

RegCleaner 4.3.0.780

 

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/regcleaner.html

 

Author: Jouni Vuorio

Date: 01/23/2002 04:13 PM

Size: 541 KB

License: Freeware

Requires: Win All

...

 

 

 

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OK ... that's good to know. I had a feeling you posted the information for a reason. I would rather have that version ... With the FileHippo version I always have the Google Chrome toolbar and one other item with a check box ... I have to uncheck two boxes but the Google Chrome thing still seems to be installed. One of my registry cleaners will still find it and I remove it for good.

 

RegCleaner 4.3 by Jouni Vuorio will pull it up even though it was not supposed to be installed, since I removed the checkmark.

 

I'd like to know the exact link to that Adobe Shockwave download page so I can use that version from now on. I've been downloading the File Hippo version for years and always fooling around with those Google toolbar checkmarks.

 

RegCleaner 4.3.0.780

 

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/regcleaner.html

 

Author: Jouni Vuorio

Date: 01/23/2002 04:13 PM

Size: 541 KB

License: Freeware

Requires: Win All

...

 

The direct link for Adobe Shockwave is here: https://get.adobe.com/shockwave/

This will direct you to

https://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/shockwave/default/english/win95nt/latest/Shockwave_Installer_Slim.exe

The funny thing you'll notice is that it is still hosted in the "win95nt" directory which is surely ancient by now!

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I'd like to know the exact link to that Adobe Shockwave download page so I can use that version from now on. I've been downloading the File Hippo version for years and always fooling around with those Google toolbar checkmarks.

The link I gave, namely: sw_lic_full_installer.exe always points to the current (= latest) non-adware English version...

It's actually a permanent link.

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