Any alternative for the Firefox plug-in 'Adobe Flash Player'?
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Sat Jul 18 09:18:44 UTC 2015
On Sat, 18 Jul 2015 08:54:07 +0200, O. Sinclair wrote:
>> After much experimenting I managed, had to
>> install Chrome instead of Chromium though. That does not bother me
>> too much, am not a "gnu fanatic". I tried various links of how to
>> get it to work w/o Chrome but failed all of them.
>A note though: it kills flash in Qupzilla totally and in Rekonq you get
>just a black square. Rekonq I dont use any more but Qupzilla.. hm have
>to think about this
It's said that the Google browsers are more secure, than the Mozilla and
Mozilla based browsers and Firefox isn't really GNU.
If you want a GNU browser based on Firefox consider to use GNU IceCat,
it's enabled, then Start Page and YouTube don't work anymore. Another
drawback of IceCat is that it has the same odd history, as Firefox has
got. I prefer QupZilla's history, that doesn't lose focus, if a link is
I dislike Google browsers, but I will test Iridium.
However, my Qupzilla's HTML5 does work, e.g. YouTube videos aren't an
issue. On my machine no Flash, Gnash or other is installed.
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