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New Flash Player 11.3.300.270

As of this writing, the about page and the download page still list .268 but the download page will serve up .270

Get it here: [url="http://www.adobe.com/special/products/flashplayer/fp_distribution3.html"]Download Adobe
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THanks for the heads up.

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i wonder if this'll fix my version of .268 that keeps crashing in Firefox

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Thanks for the heads up.

[quote name='Jdawg683' timestamp='1343926982' post='595054275']
i wonder if this'll fix my version of .268 that keeps crashing in Firefox
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Yeah, I hope it does.

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[quote name='Jdawg683' timestamp='1343926982' post='595054275']
i wonder if this'll fix my version of .268 that keeps crashing in Firefox
[/quote]I have the same problem with Safari

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Thanks, much like the others, I'm really hoping it fixes the issues with it crashing browsers that seems to have cropped up recently.

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Has anyone else noticed how the youtube player UI messes up when the page is scrolled? I noticed it happening a few weeks back. Is this a Flash issue or a youtube issue?

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[quote name='Lamp0' timestamp='1343929239' post='595054447']
Has anyone else noticed how the youtube player UI messes up when the page is scrolled? I noticed it happening a few weeks back. Is this a Flash issue or a youtube issue?
[/quote]it's a firefox issue as far as i'm aware, it doesn't happen in chrome for me just firefox

i think it has to do with how firefox has its smooth scrolling set up

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[quote name='Brando212' timestamp='1343929315' post='595054453']
it's a firefox issue as far as i'm aware, it doesn't happen in chrome for me just firefox

i think it has to do with how firefox has its smooth scrolling set up
[/quote]
I'm not too sure about that as I have the same issue with computers running IE9 and IE10 at the moment.

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[quote name='TheDisneyMagic' timestamp='1343929432' post='595054463']
I'm not too sure about that as I have the same issue with computers running IE9 and IE10 at the moment.
[/quote]hmm, I wonder what chome's doing differently then that it doesn't happen with the same version of flash

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It does sound very strange, am I correct in believing that Chrome has a special version of flash baked in though which may be slightly modified from the core versions?

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yeah you are

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[quote name='TheDisneyMagic' timestamp='1343929623' post='595054473']
It does sound very strange, am I correct in believing that Chrome has a special version of flash baked in though which may be slightly modified from the core versions?
[/quote]AFAIK it's not modified at all, just baked in (which you can still disable and use the version on your computer, which still the issue doesn't appear[at least it didn't for me])

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I am stumped then, I just tested it on a couple of other websites with flash banners at the top of the page and the problem occurs there as well, if flash is enabled the page blurs when scrolling until you scroll up and down slightly, with flash disabled no such issue. Are you testing it on Windows or OSX though?

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[quote name='TheDisneyMagic' timestamp='1343930279' post='595054527']
I am stumped then, I just tested it on a couple of other websites with flash banners at the top of the page and the problem occurs there as well, if flash is enabled the page blurs when scrolling until you scroll up and down slightly, with flash disabled no such issue.
[/quote]what browser?

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I just tested that on Windows 8 Release Preview (x64) Internet Explorer 10, but I definitely had the issue on some work PCs earlier with Windows 7 (x64) Internet Explorer 9 but they were only tested on YouTube.

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I just gave ie9 a go on win 7 x64 and didn't see any issues.

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[quote name='Brando212' timestamp='1343929822' post='595054487']
AFAIK it's not modified at all, just baked in (which you can still disable and use the version on your computer, which still the issue doesn't appear[at least it didn't for me])
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Its uses PPAPI rather NPAPI... plugin interface.. PPAPI which is standardized by Google (if wrong correct me).. As far as Mozilla does not have plan to implement it soon so PPAPI gives edge of Chrome Metro on Win8 having Plugin support etc.. So overall Flash in Chrome is quite different than others.

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But as far as I know the PPAPI version of Flash in Chrome is older than the currently released version. The draw issues when scrolling are very common on Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera. Very annoying too.

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[quote name='Lord Venom' timestamp='1343935167' post='595054813']
But as far as I know the PPAPI version of Flash in Chrome is older than the currently released version. The draw issues when scrolling are very common on Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera. Very annoying too.
[/quote]i'll agree with you there, it's a very annoying bug :/

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[quote name='Brando212' timestamp='1343929822' post='595054487']
AFAIK it's not modified at all, just baked in (which you can still disable and use the version on your computer, which still the issue doesn't appear[at least it didn't for me])
[/quote]

How do you disable the internal Chrome Flash plugin? I'm still searching for a way to set the browser completely back to defaults. I've probably messed it up so much trying to fix these Flash issues.

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[quote name='Somnus' timestamp='1343940994' post='595055115']
How do you disable the internal Chrome Flash plugin? I'm still searching for a way to set the browser completely back to defaults. I've probably messed it up so much trying to fix these Flash issues.
[/quote]chrome://plugins

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[quote]Today, Flash Player 11.3.300.270 for Windows was released to address a crash that was occurring in the Adobe Flash Player Update Service (FlashPlayerUpdateService.exe). There are [b]no other fixes[/b] or changes provided with this build.[/quote]

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1043626?tstart=0

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so is this a windows only update? ive been scouring lookin for the mac version of this but to no avail .. on my 2 windows machines even though the download page listed .268 it still delivered .270 , but on my MBP i still continue to only get .268 .. hmm?

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[quote name='SpiKedPSU' timestamp='1344001737' post='595056945'] so is this a windows only update? ive been scouring lookin for the mac version of this but to no avail .. on my 2 windows machines even though the download page listed .268 it still delivered .270 , but on my MBP i still continue to only get .268 .. hmm? [/quote]

Read what the link says - it clearly states that 11.3.300.268 is the latest version.

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