Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 23rd May 2012 21:40 UTC
Internet Explorer This is interesting news. According to WinUnleaked.tk, and given credence by Rafael Rivera and Paul Thurrot, Adobe has given Microsoft the source code to Flash, so that Microsoft could fully integrate it into Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8. Interesting move, and probably not a bad one considering just how popular Flash still is, especially for games.
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RE[2]: Comment by ssokolow
by 0brad0 on Thu 24th May 2012 01:15 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by ssokolow"
0brad0
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2007-05-05

Adobe is not favouring Chrome over other browsers. They are making Flash available for anyone who adopts that plug-in standard. Any browser teams willing to implement the feature will be able to run future versions of Flash on Linux. Chrome just happens to be the first to do so.


Kinda hard when the plugin does not exist. You must be living under a rock. Adobe will no longer support Flash on Linux, mobile devices (phones / tablets, etc.) or embedded devices (media players, etc.).

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RE[3]: Comment by ssokolow
by lucas_maximus on Thu 24th May 2012 09:15 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by ssokolow"
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2009-08-18

No the NPAPI version, Pepper API is going to be supported by Google (via Chrome) on Linux.

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