No not really, videos do work but hang after awhile. i am still getting the plugin-in container exe error message when running them after awhile. Then i get prompted to continue the plugin or end it.Sometimes if i wait long enough then it goes away. So i enabled the Adobe Flash protection box to see if that makes a difference.I had it off all day yesrerday,but it didn't make much of a difference.
As i said in previous posts, i read on Firefox itself that if you"unchecked' that box that might help resolve the issue,but i doubt it.
I also get this error message>>>>>
Info: This browser does not allow you to watch this video. ry to update your browser or use a different browser"<<<<<<
I'm using Firefox and it gets updates all the time so how can it ask tell me that this browser doesn't allow me to view it?These would be videos on CNN that i can't view. I suspect that maybe it is Win XP that is causing this,is this possible?
You never answered my question as to why when i go to that link(https://get.adobe.com/shockwave/
) i am able to uninstall a version of ShockFlash but when i try to download the latest version,it takes me to this Creative Adobe site and the download is not completed.
As i said i have according to Firefox ADD on's, Shockwave Flash 188.8.131.52 version is that the latest then?