“With regards to the video within the article you are referring to, it is of a different format than most of the videos posted on our website. Since the video uses Adobe Flash Player to function we recommend ensuring that the computer or device you are using has the most up to date version of that program. Once updated, the video should load and play as intended.”
I’m trying to limit software installation to the repositories, and since Yast shows no updates to install, must we wait for the repos to be updated? - Or will they ever be updated with more than “security” updates? - No more “version” updates?
So, bottom-line question: what would be a viable suggestion to the website for a player they could use that would work for everyone (including us!) who visits their site?
I’m thinking we should be applying a bit of pressure on sites to use technology that isn’t going to turn viewers away from their sites by their use of unusable programs - especially for those of us who don’t want to use the most buggy and security-prone software on the planet - but we need something to suggest they use.
you have the newest version of flash available for linux (as a standalone plugin) - the same as me . . .
and the link you provided plays without problem for me in both Firefox 27.0.1 and Chromium 33.xx