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Flash replacement for Linux

I am using Adobe flash browser plugin 11.0 in Linux however playing a simple youtube clip causes the CPU to spike considerably on the npviewer.bin process with Firefox, the same is true for Chrome on ...
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Unable to change preferences in Acroread v9.4.2

I can view the preferences but the selection boxes are all locked, as well as the Cancel and OK buttons. The only option is to close it. Have tried uninstall/re-install acroread but situation ...
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Alternatives to Adobe Products [closed]

I'm looking for alternatives of Adode products, such as Dreamweaver or Flash. I thought to run them on Wine, but I'm sure it wouldn't work. Thanks
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play audio that are embedded in pdf file

I have a PDF file that has audio embedded in it. In Windows the audio is played when I click the link after opening the pdf file in Adobe Reader. I opened the same file in adobe in Ubuntu, however am ...
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How do I switch Flash players?

Firefox shows that I've got Gnash installed, but in Synaptic I have the most recent Adobe Flashplayer. I've been having trouble with Flash content not working, and I'd like to try switching to the ...
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Getting a weird message box on watching YouTube videos?

I am getting the message box shown in the screenshot below when watching videos on YouTube using Firefox 4.0.1. Also, Adobe Flash is crashing very often. It's not only YouTube, I can see this message ...
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Which options on Adobe Flash Player do I choose so that I could watch videos on YouTube?

Somehow YouTube wrote that I must have a Flash Player to watch videos, and apparently I don't? The website that was suggested on YouTube was: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ And I didn't know ...
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Where are flash cookies stored?

Flash Cookies used to be located in ~/.macromedia. This folder no longer exists in 11.04. I chose to install Flash via the Ubuntu Installer option. So where are the Flash Cookies now located? I've ...
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Using Adobe Digital Editions to transfer books to the Nook, or a workaround

I've successfully installed Adobe Digital Editions using Wine in Linux Mint 10, and it appears that the program operates normally for the most part, as I can open eBooks and view my library. However, ...
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Adobe Lightroom 3 in Wine

Has anyone got Lightroom 3 working under wine? As with most posts out there, I have successfully completed the install, but where the photos should be (in grid view, loupe view or edit view) there are ...
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How do I open inDesign CS5 files?

this post may seem like a duplicate from my other post, "Is is possible to export Inkscape files for inDesign?" but this completely different. I need to open my inDesign CS5 files in Ubuntu but I ...
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Why are 2 Adobe Flash Plugin on USC (Ubuntu Software Center)? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: flashplugin-installer vs. flashplugin-nonfree vs. adobe-flashplugin As you know in Ubuntu Software Center is 2 times Adobe Flash Plugin. One is called Adobe Flash Plugin ...