Catalyst from Chakra repository. I installed flashplugin when I tested behavior of other browsers. When I'm using Chrome or Chromium there's no difference with or without flashplugin. I didn't config anything so that may be issue.
Google has just released the new version of its popular web browser. Welcome to Google Chrome 5.0.375.3. In this new version, Google include many fixes and new capabilities. Now, flash support is activated by default.
It turns out that upgrading my Stable #! Chromium resulted in both Shockwave Flash 11.7 r700 and 11.2 r202 being enabled. Turn off one, right? Not quite.Problem is only with the new 11.7 /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/libpepflashplayer.sobut not with 11.2 /usr/lib/flashplugin-nonfree/libflashplayer.soPosted in case it helps anyone else. See chrome://plugins
The latest stable release of Google Chrome has brought in a number of regressions making it almost unusable for for some Linux users.
These regressions are:
Visual artifacts and incorrect rendering
Lack of highlight when selecting text
Youtube or any other flash video breaks the page
Cannot go fullscreen on any flash video
Increased flash video playback speed
Very recently, my kernel was upgarded from 3.2.0-25-generic to 3.2.0-26-generic through Update Manager. Since then, my google chrome cannot be opened up as usual from Dash Home or command line (google-chrome) although I can see it sleeping in the System Monitor. Now I have to run Google Chrome using command