How do I get Firefox (47.0.1) to stop asking me about Flash? I want to answer "Yes, I want Flash to run here, there, and everywhere, always! Stop nagging me!" [more inside]
Firefox is not loading youtube video for me. I've tried many things (see inside for what I've tried). I am utterly stumped. [more inside]
Initially, I was having issues with Flash in Firefox, fixing that caused problems with my video drivers breaking. Partially fixing that caused problems with Chrome. Is there a way to fix all of these things? [more inside]
How to get Firefox to un-crash Adobe Flash player so I can get on with my life. [more inside]
How can I troubleshoot computer freezes in Windows 7? Possibly Flash and Nvidia causing problems. [more inside]
On Firefox, youtube only gives me the message "An error has occurred, please try again later". [more inside]
The latest versions of Firefox and Safari that can run on my Mac Intel G4 tower (OS X 10.4.11) keep crashing when I open more than one video in separate tabs or windows on YouTube or Hulu. The problem isn't consistent, but it does seem to happen when I have at least 7 or 8 tabs open at once. Can anyone help me solve this? [more inside]
Why isn't YouTube working? [more inside]
Firefox / Flash-filter: Currently, I'm running one of the last versions of Firefox 2.0 (22.214.171.124). I haven't upgraded to 3 yet, but I think I'm just about ready (well, YouTube is forcing me). I have a few concerns before I do... [more inside]
I installed Flash CS4 on my Mac and ever since then when browsing in Firefox I get all kinds of Flash 10 popup errors with an option to 'dismiss all' or 'continue'. It's like Flash thinks I want to debug everything in the course of my browsing. How do I turn that off?
how do I download mp3s from fileshare? My friend plays for the orchestra these songs are there to practice for, but has no internet connection, and wants these files on cd. I want to help him. [more inside]
How can I prevent flash from stealing my keyboard focus in Firefox on Win XP? [more inside]
Why doesn't Flash work properly in Firefox (WinXP)? When flash is embedded in a webpage Firefox handles it with no difficulty. But when I just want to view the applet itself, without it being embedded I get a message from the program asking me what I want to do with the file and then I get into a loop because it opens another instance of Firefox to handle it! [more inside]
How do I fix this: too many browser windows with flash open stops YouTube from functioning [more inside]
Adobe Flash Player apps won't work on my Internet Explorer 7 browser. [more inside]
Flash Player 9, running in Firefox pauses when it senses that it is no longer on screen. Please make it stop doing this so that I can listen to music (and videos) in the background. [more inside]
Firefoxfilter: Flash stops playing in background [more inside]
I'm hesitant to ask, because there is probably an easy fix, but Googling has failed me: why do I have no sound when using Flash in Firefox? [more inside]
Getting Flash/Macromedia in intel based IMac [more inside]
arrrrh. This is probably a stupid question. Flash 7.0.61 plug-in, Firefox 1.0.7, and Linux 2.6.14 : Flash was working. Then it stopped working. [more inside]
A couple of Firefox questions, if you please... Mostly Flash-display related. [more inside]
Is there a way to disable sound in Firefox, expecially from Flash? [more inside]
I created a web page using FrontPage (no snarks, please) and put it online. IE shows the new, updated web page. However, Mozilla and Firefox show the old web page. I thought it was just a cache problem with me, but I've loaded it on several different computers with the same result. How can I fix this?
This may be old hat, but does anyone know why Firefox (any version) chokes on Flash? It bogs down on both Mac and PC and generally runs terribly whenever anything Flash-related is on the webpage. Also, can anything be done to fix the problem that doesn't involve blocking the flash movies/animation?