Seven months after the previous update arrived, the Gnash community has released version 0.8.9 of its open source Flash Player. According to the developers, the last few months of development "have been pretty eventful" and the latest version includes several important advances.
I may be stating the obvious to many of you here but 4 years into using Ubuntu it has just dawned on me that it is easy to view Youtube videos so they do not check appallingly with Flash; Pepper and other Gnash ....
and smooth; no checks !
will only play up to 1280x720 but that is quite good [if anyone knows how to go h
I seem to be having some bother with flash not playing on bbc.co.uk & telegraph.co.uk. I've recently re-installed my system so I'm half-thinking I've done something wrong but I've tried the usual adobe one & also gnash and some other, but gnash etc. just doesn't seem to work in any case. I have noticed that Iceweasel was able to play some flash pages, e.g.
Who likes to watch stream videos inside the flash videoplayer? Not me.That's how I got rid of it.First of all you have to install the flashblock plugin in your browser (there's a version for chromium and firefox). Other browsers, like xxxterm can be configured to obtain the same result.