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CarlosViloria says
^ Both Google and Adobe support HTML5 because HTML5 is a good thing. But just because you support HTML5 doesn’t mean you have to be ignorant (like some other company) and not support the awesome power that is Flash. ...

Which company? ha ha ha :P

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Crizzo_Designs says

It already is available in the dev beta, which you can install but it is very buggy still.. especially on this site or other forum boards such as vBulletin sites.. I had a ton of problems using it!

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sekler says

Mozilla should act like Google..

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MSFX Moderator says

hopefully FF will also follow suite :) I can’t see Apple or MS ever doing this though…

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ZoomIt says

I wish Adobe would remove the button “About Flash Player x” from the right click menu .. it makes Flash look so propertery

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Chuckanucka says
I wish Adobe would remove the button “About Flash Player x” from the right click menu .. it makes Flash look so propertery

so true, I wish Flash was more transparent.

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damojo says
I wish Adobe would remove the button “About Flash Player x” from the right click menu .. it makes Flash look so propertery
so true, I wish Flash was more transparent.

Agreed. Would make flash look more like “belonging to the web”.

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MSFX Moderator says
I wish Adobe would remove the button “About Flash Player x” from the right click menu .. it makes Flash look so propertery

they’d never do that… even SilverLight has “Silverlight” on the context menu…

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Reaper-Media says
I wish Adobe would remove the button “About Flash Player x” from the right click menu .. it makes Flash look so propertery
they’d never do that… even SilverLight has “Silverlight” on the context menu…

lol… that would mean it would be slightly trickier for us flash devs to work out if something is flash or canvas. We’d have to look at the source or use firebug :D

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SparkyFlash says

That’s great news! Thanks Michael for bringing it up :) I use Google Chrome and its so light and fast, just love it even more now with Flash being bundled :)

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