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Chrome Flashplayer

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#1 gamla7


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Posted 07 December 2013 - 08:26 PM



Maybe this was posted before  :cherry: . Normal I use Adobe Flashplayer. But when Chrome was running a flash presentation had problems - sound interrupted in shocks - sound was not in equal speed with image - image was also interrupted.  

So I went inside Chrome and type in the command bar : chrome:/plugins and received a complete list of plugins - on the right top window I clicked detail and got even more info.  Under flashplayer - 2 players found pluged in = Adobe and PepperFlash. I disabled Pepperflash and saved. Restarted Chrome and indeed the quality has improved.  Hope it will stay stable now.


Kind regards - Gamla 


Addicted to my portable T42 [xp] and a Desk PC with mobo Asus P5WD2 E PREMIUM [vista] - both operational in older OS but want to add both onto Linux.  All my application software works perfect in the XP environment. 

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#2 jhayz


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Posted 08 December 2013 - 07:31 PM

Thanks for posting your solution that worked gamla7. :thumbup2:


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