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    Default Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    The latest update to flash opening BBC iPlayer - iPlayer Radio Home
    Firefox, Seamonkey lock up
    Closing apps results in a crash

    This only affects my box with a nvidia graphics
    Laptops with Intel are OK

    Can someone else try please
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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    Rolling back flash to previous version results in everything being OK
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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    Good morning Caf, i have encountered several problems with Flash 11.2 as well under my Nvidia Geforce 9400GT card with 295.33 driver installed.
    If in a tab i have a flash game opened, i can see the game frame in the other tabs in the same position. This goes for youtube clips too and of course performance issues. Flash 11.1 seems to be OK. Another fine mess labeled Adobe is guess.
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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    Quote Originally Posted by creatura85 View Post
    Good morning Caf, i have encountered several problems with Flash 11.2 as well under my Nvidia Geforce 9400GT card with 295.33 driver installed.
    If in a tab i have a flash game opened, i can see the game frame in the other tabs in the same position. This goes for youtube clips too and of course performance issues. Flash 11.1 seems to be OK. Another fine mess labeled Adobe is guess.
    Thanks
    I take it you rolled back to 11.1 flash then?
    And didn't update to 11.2 to try BBC?
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    Am 01.04.2012 09:16, schrieb caf4926:
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    > creatura85;2452778 Wrote:
    >> Good morning Caf, i have encountered several problems with Flash 11.2 as
    >> well under my Nvidia Geforce 9400GT card with 295.33 driver installed.
    >> If in a tab i have a flash game opened, i can see the game frame in the
    >> other tabs in the same position. This goes for youtube clips too and of
    >> course performance issues. Flash 11.1 seems to be OK. Another fine mess
    >> labeled Adobe is guess.

    >
    > Thanks
    > I take it you rolled back to 11.1 flash then?
    > And didn't update to 11.2 flash to test BBC?


    Somehow I'm wondering if there is hidden agenda from Adobe and Google to
    take over the Linux browser space?

    Given that 11.2 is the last Flash player for Linux (outside of Chrome)
    which _only_ gets security fixes (the above is no security issue) and
    they explicitely stated that they won't fix that issue which affects
    basically every nvidia based system it seems that Flash on Linux is
    almost dead now (outside of Chrome). The problem is that the internet is
    not ready to get rid of Flash yet :-(

    Bad times ahead.



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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    ...This only affects my box with a nvidia graphics
    Laptops with Intel are OK

    Can someone else try please
    Desktop with Ati (Mesa drivers) and Flash Player 11.2.202.228 works just fine.

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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    My x86 computer with nvidia and flash 11.2 crashes. My 64bit computer which also runs NVIDIA and flash 11.2 doesn't, all seems fine.
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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    I might add that this is flash in general, not related to BBCiplayer which isn't installed on neither.
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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Rolling back flash to previous version results in everything being OK
    I was having a problem with everything turned an intense blue. Happened in both Firefox and Chrome.
    Rolling back to flash v 11.1 fixed the problem.
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    Default Re: Flash-Player+BBCiplayer+(?nVidia?) Crash

    Quote Originally Posted by F_Sauce View Post
    I might add that this is flash in general, not related to BBCiplayer which isn't installed on neither.
    I wasn't meaning the iPlayer application, merely the iplayer web site
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