[K12OSN] Poor flash 188.8.131.52 performance solved
krsnendu108 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 01:52:00 BST 2008
I have tried this and I also have LDM_Directx running. It was working fine
with K12ltsp6 and edubuntu feisty. Now with Hardy it is jerky again. I think
the graphic driver is wrong because everything is slow not just flash. How
can I troubleshoot and fix this?
On 07/04/ 2008, Krsnendu dasa <krsnendu108 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Have others tried this? Are there any other tricks needed to make it work
> for all users?
> On 04/04/2008, William Fragakis <william at fragakis.com> wrote:
> > Finally figured out (and sorry if I've discovered the obvious) how to
> > resolve the issue of the new version of Flash working so poorly on my
> > thin clients.
> > This latest version includes hardware acceleration which is a great idea
> > for stand alone desktops with average to modern graphics cards. It's a
> > rotten idea on a low powered thin client.
> > Right click a Flash animation and you'll get a menu of options. Choose
> > "Settings" near the bottom.
> > In settings, the first pane (the leftmost) has the option for hardware
> > acceleration. By default, it is checked. Uncheck it and restart your
> > browser.
> > If you've tried this version before and reverted to 9.0.48, you'll see
> > the tab for the display pane but won't be able to access the dialogue.
> > And even reverting, you may experience poor performance (it was driving
> > me nuts).
> > Note: some Flash files disable the ability to change settings. If you
> > can't access a menu, go to a different web site, e.g. adobe.com
> > Hope this helps someone.
> > Regards,
> > William
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