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Re: [opensuse] flash player 9 problems?
  • From: J Sloan <joe@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 23:43:12 -0800
  • Message-id: <45B07690.6060901@xxxxxxxxxx>

Dennis E. Slice wrote:
> Mathias Homann wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> first, rest assured. this is not yet another announcement that flash player 9
>> has been released for linux.
>> BUT. If I install it, and go to
>> and hit "play this game",
>> or go to, in about 95 of 100 tries the running flash applet
>> doesn't get any keyboard input.
>> And you'll all agree that a search engine with a dead input field (or a game
>> that tells you to "hit space to start") are pretty useless without keyboard
>> input...
>> Am I the only one who has such problems?
> So far.
> I haven't bothered with Flash and such (I'd just bail on a page that
> demanded it), but recent posts about flsh player 9 led me to install
> from here: via YAST.
> Yours was the first mention of sites to try, and they work just fine for
> me. Some anime girl seems to have just kicked my ass.
> SUSE 10.0

Worked great for me - the download was a bit choppy, but that was because
Azureus is sucking up most of my bandwidth right now, but the game worked fine
and responded to keyboard input.

suse 10.1 i386


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