[Bug 933509] [NEW] Incorrect Flash Player version

Launchpad Bug Tracker 933509 at bugs.launchpad.net
Wed Feb 22 14:15:56 UTC 2012

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In firefox, I click Tools / Addons /  and it reports I have shockwave flash 10.1.
Then, I click on "Check to see if your plugins are out of date".  Flash 10.1 shows as out of date.
I click the Update button which takes me to an Adobe page which says "Adobe Flash Player version" is current; please do an update.  
I select "APT for Ubuntu", and click the Download button, which redirects me to Ubuntu Software Center.
After waiting a long time watching the icon rotate, I give up, and click on "All Software", and search for "flash".
It turns up title  "Adobe Flash Plugin 10" subtitled "Adobe Flash Player plugin version 11" [ ok, which is correct? ]
I removed the version that was there [ verson 10.1 ].
I installed the current version.  I check the "more info" button, and it says it was installed today.

goto start

Apparently the software center is still installing an out-of-date
version of adobe flash player.

I'm on Ubuntu 11.10

** Affects: flashplugin-nonfree (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: Incomplete

** Tags: bot-comment
Incorrect Flash Player version
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