Firefox doesn't detect text field on flash content in the Firefox for Android browser

Using the latest Firefox for Android from Google PlayStore as of 04/19/2013.
Installed Flash Player 11.1 for Android 4.0 (11.1.115.54).
Logged in with my account on www.chatango.com, which is a pure flash based site.
I can't type into the text field because the keypad doesn't popup when clicked on the field.

No, you have to click on "Login" and get in with your credentials. And then try sending someone a message. You won't be given a keypad to type with when you click on the input field. Why are you trying to do "Create A Public Group"? That wasn't what I meant when I wrote "Logged in with my account".

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