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Adobe Flash Player 10.2.152.32


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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/Adobe_Flash_Player_80x80.png" class="logo" alt="Adobe Flash Player" title="Adobe Flash Player" /> Adobe Flash Player is a cross-platform browser-based application runtime that delivers uncompromised viewing of expressive applications, content, and videos across screens and browsers. Flash Player delivers breakthrough web experiences to over 98% of Internet users. Adobe Flash Player is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

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Judging by the build number, I'd say just minor changes and bug fixes made...

EDIT: Thanks for the share, though, :)

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Judging by the build number, I'd say just minor changes and bug fixes made...

EDIT: Thanks for the share, though, :)

+1!

(something for me to be grumpy about :hehe:)

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Thanks Jalaffa for the update..:)

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Thanks for the update.

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lol :D

Between Incubator and the 10.3 release, we FORGOT to post our first release update to the Runtime Releases blog. Sorry for the confusion, and the release notes will be updated this week.

Flash Player 10.2.152.32 (Windows) and 10.2.152.33 (Mac) addresses critical bugs, primarily related to video hardware acceleration:

* Windows users with systems using NVidia Optimus technology which has two GPUs that switch dynamically depending on the graphics operation would occasionally see a black screen when trying to view video in fullscreen (2745863).

* On Windows systems, AMD/ATI GPUs would not engage hardware decoding while watching H.264 video, causing a decrease in performance (2806826).

* Browser tab operations, such as switching between tabs playing video or closing many tabs displaying video, may have caused rendering problems or even a crash (2801091).

* Attempts to upload multiple files from an Apple Macintosh computer would fail due to a disk write error. However, on Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5 systems, users may continue to find a limit on the amount of data they can upload at one time (2812090).

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CHRONOMASTERs patch to remove annoying Press Esc to exit full screen mode message in Flash Video

every time when its going to full screen.

Download v.1.01:

Site: http://www.mediafire.com/

Sharecode: ?m5g9r71pl243dd2 [?]

Note: Close all web browsers windows before run file.

Staff Note: Sharecoded the link.

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