3/11/2014 - Release - Flash Player 12

The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.
Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-08)
New Features for Flash Player 12:
Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 Support
Microsoft has released IE 11 on Windows 7 and we plan to officially support this in Flash Player 12.
Mac .pkg Installation Support
Deploying Flash Player and keeping it up to date is a critical task for system administrators worldwide.  In Flash Player 11.9 we added .pkg support for ease of deployment.  In Flash Player 12, we've incorporated feedback from system administrators to improve the workflow and UI.
Graphics: Buffer Usage flag for Stage3D
We've added a new enum Class called Context3DBufferUsage which defines two constants, STATIC_DRAW (default) and DYNAMIC_DRAW.  These constants specify how buffers will be used in Stage3D. We've also added a new parameter, called "bufferUsage", to the constructors of VertexBuffer and IndexBuffer. This "bufferUsage" parameter uses one of the constants form Context3DBufferUsage, which will allow you to select the appropriate buffer type according to your needs.
Stage3D Creation of Context3D with Profile Array
We've added a new interface to Stage3D.requestContext3DMatchingProfiles(profiles:Vector.<String> ) which will create a Context3D with highest level suitable profile that is in profile array,  based on the current hardware.  A developer can check the newly added property 'profile' to obtain the current profile that was chosen by the Flash Runtime.
Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
Stability and security fixes
Known Issues:
The following behaviors will be modified in Safari 6.1 and higher in Safe Mode:
AIR Badge Installs - AIR Badge Installer will not launch an installer when running Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details and workarounds on an Adobe website.
Adobe Connect Plug-In Install - The Connect Plug-In Express Install will no longer work on Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details on an Adobe website.
Flash Player Global Settings - When a users launches the Global Settings menu from the Flash Player context menu on Safari 7 in Safe Mode, the user will be taken to the classic SWF-based preferences menu on an Adobe website, instead of the native Flash Player settings UI in the MacOS Control Panel.
LocalConnection - When a LocalConnection is constructed from a SWF hosted in Safe Mode, it may only establish a connection with other SWFs also hosted in Safe Mode.  If a LocalConnection is constructed from a tab with Safe Mode disabled, it will not be able to communicate with a SWF in a Safe Mode tab.
For complete information please see our release notes.
Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though theWindows automatic update feature.
Flash Player 12 desktop for Mac: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.346
On July 9th, 2013 we changed the version of our "extended support release" from Flash Player 10.3 to Flash Player 11.7 for Mac and Windows. To continue to stay current with all available security updates you will need to install the 11.7 extended support release or update to the most recent available release (11.9, etc.). For full details, please see this blog post:
Extended Support Release Updated to Flash Player 11.7
Flash Player 11.7 desktop for Windows, Macintosh and Linux: 11.7.700.272
Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.
Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-08)
New Features for Flash Player 12:
Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 Support
Microsoft has released IE 11 on Windows 7 and we plan to officially support this in Flash Player 12.
Mac .pkg Installation Support
Deploying Flash Player and keeping it up to date is a critical task for system administrators worldwide.  In Flash Player 11.9 we added .pkg support for ease of deployment.  In Flash Player 12, we've incorporated feedback from system administrators to improve the workflow and UI.
Graphics: Buffer Usage flag for Stage3D
We've added a new enum Class called Context3DBufferUsage which defines two constants, STATIC_DRAW (default) and DYNAMIC_DRAW.  These constants specify how buffers will be used in Stage3D. We've also added a new parameter, called "bufferUsage", to the constructors of VertexBuffer and IndexBuffer. This "bufferUsage" parameter uses one of the constants form Context3DBufferUsage, which will allow you to select the appropriate buffer type according to your needs.
Stage3D Creation of Context3D with Profile Array
We've added a new interface to Stage3D.requestContext3DMatchingProfiles(profiles:Vector.<String> ) which will create a Context3D with highest level suitable profile that is in profile array,  based on the current hardware.  A developer can check the newly added property 'profile' to obtain the current profile that was chosen by the Flash Runtime.
Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
Stability and security fixes
Known Issues:
The following behaviors will be modified in Safari 6.1 and higher in Safe Mode:
AIR Badge Installs - AIR Badge Installer will not launch an installer when running Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details and workarounds on an Adobe website.
Adobe Connect Plug-In Install - The Connect Plug-In Express Install will no longer work on Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details on an Adobe website.
Flash Player Global Settings - When a users launches the Global Settings menu from the Flash Player context menu on Safari 7 in Safe Mode, the user will be taken to the classic SWF-based preferences menu on an Adobe website, instead of the native Flash Player settings UI in the MacOS Control Panel.
LocalConnection - When a LocalConnection is constructed from a SWF hosted in Safe Mode, it may only establish a connection with other SWFs also hosted in Safe Mode.  If a LocalConnection is constructed from a tab with Safe Mode disabled, it will not be able to communicate with a SWF in a Safe Mode tab.
For complete information please see our release notes.
Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.77
Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though theWindows automatic update feature.
Flash Player 12 desktop for Mac: 12.0.0.77
Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.346
On July 9th, 2013 we changed the version of our "extended support release" from Flash Player 10.3 to Flash Player 11.7 for Mac and Windows. To continue to stay current with all available security updates you will need to install the 11.7 extended support release or update to the most recent available release (11.9, etc.). For full details, please see this blog post:
Extended Support Release Updated to Flash Player 11.7
Flash Player 11.7 desktop for Windows, Macintosh and Linux: 11.7.700.272
Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

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    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-09)
    New Features for Flash Player 13:
    Enhanced Supplementary Character Support for TextField
    Characters from the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) with Unicode code points between U+10000 and U+10FFFF now work correctly in TextField controls.  This change greatly enlarges the code point range we support, and now includes characters like emoticons and complex CCJK characters.
    New Stage3D Texture Wrapping Modes
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    0 = 1 subsample, no antialiasing
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    2 = 4 subsamples, medium quality antialiasing
    3 = 8 subsamples, high quality antialiasing
    4 = 16 subsamples, maximum quality antialiasing
    Relocated Full Screen Video Warning to Top of Screen
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    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    3620987 : TextBlock.findPreviousAtomBoundary incorrect after TextElement.replaceText when discretionary hyphens are used
    3683154 : Cannot get a get swf file to play in Chrome browser
    3683745 : API documentation says Event.PASTE says bubbles == false, but it is true in Flash Player
    3690516 : TextField scrolls when it shouldn't, because it's including/considering trailing non-zero "leading" value
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    3702884 : Flash 13 Beta: ActiveX invalidation no longer functions
    3703799 : New version 12.0.0.44 doesn't fully install and failure to install blocks all media playing capability
    3717098 : Exclude Windows 8.x from CUPT & SCUP catalog for ActiveX installation
    3058752 : The 'Press ESC to exit full screen' dialog has been moved to the top of the screen for non stage video
    3617020 : Addresses an issue where Flash Player was polling GamePad before the GamePad API was invoked
    3683154 : [Chrome] sciencenetlinks.com - Resolves an issue where content would not load completely in rare instances where a PPAPI getDownloadProgress event was not received
    3679210 : Resolved an issue where TextBlock.findPreviousAtomBoundary would return an incorrect value if it was called after TextElement.replaceText when discretionary hyphens were used
    3679537 : [OS X 10.9] Flash Player's native control panel can now be launched through the right-click context menu as expected. [Requires OS X 10.9.1 (13B40) or higher]
    3680211 : Resolves an issue where Flash Player would stop rendering when embedded in a page that also contains WebGL Canvas element and was forced to fall back to software rendering.
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    3697077 : [Win8.1] nba.com - Video controls are now correctly displayed in Full-Screen Mode
    3685519 : [Win8.x] Pressing the Menu key on the software keyboard now correctly triggers the right-click context menu when in Modern mode.
    3689360 : [Win8.x] Yahoo Messenger - The logo is now displayed correctly, instead of a black rectangle.
    3702323 : Resolves a intermittent hang encountered when playing Encrypted HLS content
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    3699038 : [HTTP Live Streaming] - When switching from an Audio/Video stream to an Audio-Only stream, audio now stays in sync with main content
    3697077 : [Win 8.1] - Video controls now display correctly in Full-Screen mode on www.nba.com
    3703367 : [Win 8.x] - Resolves an issue where videos in Full-Screen mode were cut off when the zoom setting was greater than 100% on cnn.com
    3685522 : [Win 8.x RT] - Corrects graphics rendering corruption in Cityville when placing new buildings
    3698459 : [Win 8.x] - Local video playback will now start automatically when PlayTo is disconnected during playback
    3698456 : [Win 8.x] - PlayTo will now start in the correct location when switching between the Digital Media Renderer and the local PC
    3714236 : Chrome Mac][HTTP Live Streaming] Resolves an issue where enabling the ABR switch caused flickering
    3712302 : [Safari 7] ProductManager.isAllowed() now returns the correct value
    3711206 : [HTTP Live Streaming] Switching from an Audio-only stream to an Audio/Video stream now works as expected
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    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" or the "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
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    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 13.0.0.182
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.182
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.182
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.182
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.182
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Mac: 13.0.0.182
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.350
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    Upcoming Changes to Flash Player Extended Support Release
    Flash Player 11.7 desktop for Windows, Macintosh and Linux: 11.7.700.275
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
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  • 4/28/2014 - Release - Flash Player 13

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-13)
    New Features for Flash Player 13:
    Enhanced Supplementary Character Support for TextField
    Characters from the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) with Unicode code points between U+10000 and U+10FFFF now work correctly in TextField controls.  This change greatly enlarges the code point range we support, and now includes characters like emoticons and complex CCJK characters.
    New Stage3D Texture Wrapping Modes
    Developers can currently set the wrapping mode of a texture to either clamp or repeat.  Using the repeat option will repeat the texture on both the U and V axis.  However, in some use cases, you may only want to repeat the texture on either the u or v axis.
    This is now possible with the introduction of two new parameters:  REPEAT_U_CLAMP_V and CLAMP_U_REPEAT_V
    Stage3D Anti-Aliasing for Texture Rendering
    Anti-Aliasing is a useful for improving perceived image quality.  Hardware based Multisampling Anti-Aliasing (MSAA) is now available on all desktop platforms.  To enable MSAA, set the level from 0 to 4 using the antiAlias property of the Context3D.setRenderToTexture() method.
    0 = 1 subsample, no antialiasing
    1 = 2 subsamples, minimum quality antialiasing
    2 = 4 subsamples, medium quality antialiasing
    3 = 8 subsamples, high quality antialiasing
    4 = 16 subsamples, maximum quality antialiasing
    Relocated Full Screen Video Warning to Top of Screen
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    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    Security updates
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
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    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 13.0.0.206
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.206
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.206
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.206
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.206
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    Flash Player 13 desktop for Mac: 13.0.0.206
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.356
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    Upcoming Changes to Flash Player Extended Support Release
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    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

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  • 5/13/2014 - Release - Flash Player 13

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    With today's release, we have also updated the Flash Player "Extended Support Release" from version 11.7 to today's version 13 build.  Enterprise customers that require the Extended Support Release will need to install version 13 updates going forward for future security updates.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-14)
    New Features for Flash Player 13:
    Enhanced Supplementary Character Support for TextField
    Characters from the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) with Unicode code points between U+10000 and U+10FFFF now work correctly in TextField controls.  This change greatly enlarges the code point range we support, and now includes characters like emoticons and complex CCJK characters.
    New Stage3D Texture Wrapping Modes
    Developers can currently set the wrapping mode of a texture to either clamp or repeat.  Using the repeat option will repeat the texture on both the U and V axis.  However, in some use cases, you may only want to repeat the texture on either the u or v axis.
    This is now possible with the introduction of two new parameters:  REPEAT_U_CLAMP_V and CLAMP_U_REPEAT_V
    Stage3D Anti-Aliasing for Texture Rendering
    Anti-Aliasing is a useful for improving perceived image quality.  Hardware based Multisampling Anti-Aliasing (MSAA) is now available on all desktop platforms.  To enable MSAA, set the level from 0 to 4 using the antiAlias property of the Context3D.setRenderToTexture() method.
    0 = 1 subsample, no antialiasing
    1 = 2 subsamples, minimum quality antialiasing
    2 = 4 subsamples, medium quality antialiasing
    3 = 8 subsamples, high quality antialiasing
    4 = 16 subsamples, maximum quality antialiasing
    Relocated Full Screen Video Warning to Top of Screen
    We've made a small tweak to the "Press Esc to exit full screen mode" warning that is displayed for full screen video.  We've received feedback from developers and users that the dialog obscures content.  We wanted to make a change that both satisfies security concerns and customer viewing enjoyment.  To reduce the impact of the dialog on the on-screen content, we've moved the dialog to the top of the screen.
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    Multiple security and stability fixes
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.214
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 13.0.0.214
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.214
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.214
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.214
    Flash Player 13 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 13.0.0.214
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    Flash Player 13 desktop for Mac: 13.0.0.214
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.359
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    Upcoming Changes to Flash Player Extended Support Release
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.214
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
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    Thank you for the heads up.  I'll take a look and get this fixed.

  • 7/8/2014 - Release - Flash Player 14

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Based on feedback from our customers, we have also relaxed the recent restriction to navigateToURL. Additional details can be found on our forum post or the official bug report.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-17)
    New Features for Flash Player 14:
    Anisotropic Filtering
    This new texture sampling filter can enhance the image quality of textures on surfaces that are at oblique viewing angles. There are two ways to enable this feature:
    In AGAL, set one of the values – "anisotropic2x", "anisotropic4x", "anisotropic8x", or "anisotropic16x" to the filter option in the sampling instructions. Or call Context3D::setSamplerStateAt with the 3rd parameter "filter" being one of the values defined in Context3DTextureFilter - "ANISOTROPIC2X", "ANISOTROPIC4X", "ANISOTROPIC8X", or "ANISOTROPIC16X"
    New Stage3D "Standard" Profile
    Developers can now request this high level profile when creating Context3D. Three new features are available in this profile:
    Multiple render target allows to you to draw geometry to multiple outputs (up to 4) during one drawing
    Floating point texture allows you to create Texture, RectangleTexture and CubeTuxture with the RGBA16F folder.
    AGAL v2 contains these improvements:
    Increased register size
    Partial derivative instructions
    Fragment depth output
    Conditional forward jump
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    navigateToURL and sendToURL - CORS Simple Headers are now allowed (3768250)
    Multiple security and stability fixes
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 14.0.0.145
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 14.0.0.145
    Flash Player 14 for Windows 8.x 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 14.0.0.145
    Flash Player 14 for Windows 8.x 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 14.0.0.145
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Mac: 14.0.0.145
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.394
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    Upcoming Changes to Flash Player Extended Support Release
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.231
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    OK! Let's take 7 steps ... an easy answer to a focus problem not a machine problem. (MAC!)
    1.1. Download the Adobe Flash Player file version 14 at Adobe - Install Adobe Flash Player
    1.2 or dowonload the above link: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/support/install_flash_player_osx.dm g
    2.1 Double-click the AdobeFlashPlayerInstaller_14_ltrosxd_aaa_aih.dmg in your download folder
    4. Do not double-click the red face (png file) - Installer "Install Adobe Flash Player".
    5. Right click the face to perform a precise selection: Show Package Contents.
    6.1 Select - Contents and double click; Select - Resources and double click; Select - Adobe Flash Player.pkg and double click.
    6.2 Warning!! Select - Contents and double click; Select - Resources and double click; Select - app.bundle and copy it to your internet plugin folder (more work!!)
    7. Select: Continue and complete your installation.
    R. Alexander

  • 11/25/2014 - Release - Flash Player 15

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with critical security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-26)
    New Features for Flash Player 15:
    Relaxing Stage3D Render Target Clear
    In previous versions of Stage3D, after switching the render texture through Context3D::setRenderToTexture, you were required to clear it before drawing. In this release, we're removing this limitation and optimizing the use of render textures. This change will allow you to further optimize and reuse depth and stencil buffers between different render textures.
    For additional information, please see Relaxing Render Target Clear Operation in Stage 3D.
    Improved support for browser zoom levels - Windows 8
    Flash Player now has improved support for browser zoom factors other than 100% on Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x.  Devices, like the Microsoft Surface tablets, default to a zoom level of 150%.  In the past, this could cause problems with Flash Player and some 3D content.  With our new implementation, we can now scale the content and 3D buffers to keep everything aligned.  In addition, Flash Player introduces an option to render to an increased Stage3D back buffer, rather than scaling, on browser zoom to keep the resolution of the rendered content high. This option allows to the stage3D buffer to change in size in synch with the change in the browser zoom factor.  Developers are notified of this change with a new ZOOM_FACTOR_CHANGE event.
    For additional detail, please see the article Improved Resolution of Stage3D Content on Browser Zoom
    Flash Player Fullscreen Orientation Change - Windows
    Flash Player will now detect and appropriately scale your content to fit best in a fullscreen display when your device orientation is changed.  This change is specific to Windows and is implemented across all browsers.  We're focusing on providing the best tablet experience possible.  A resize event will fire when in fullscreen mode and the device orientation changes.  Developers, if your content does not resize, you will need to handle the resize event appropriately.  Additional details will be made available in a separate blog post.
    For additional details, please see the Guide for Supporting Screen Orientation with Full-Screen Flash Player Content.
    Hardware video decoding on Chrome (PPAPI) for Windows
    We're pleased to announce that hardware video decoding is now enabled by default for Chrome users on Windows.  This feature will drastically reduce the CPU usage and improve performance on supported videos players.  We're working closely with Google to bring this feature to OS X and will provide additional details when available.
    Automatic software fall back with StageVideo
    Flash Player 15 now supports a Software version of StageVideo that provides an automatic failover to the software version when hardware StageVideo is not available. To leverage this automatic failover, the swf apps need to be compiled for Flash Player 15 and above.
    When the swfs are compiled for Flash Player 15 and above, and when hardware StageVideo is unavailable, the app will get a StageVideoAvailability event as earlier, but instead of being "Unavailable" it will ALWAYS be "available", and the reason will always be "noError". The app will no longer need to implement a Video object failover as the failover is automatic inside flash player. The apps can still choose to use Video object instead of StageVIdeo if needed.
    Hardware StageVideo availability is dependent on a number of factors, including:
    Browser hardware rendering support: If available, all wMode based apps will support hardware StageVideo. If not available, wMode=direct based apps will be the only ones that will support hardware StageVideo, unless there are other exceptions, like the ones mentioned below.
    On Windows:
    IE11: IE has an accelerated pipeline and the FlashPlayer is HW accelerated in all wmode, so StageVideo should always be available. Note that the decision to use the HW accelerate rendering pipeline reside in IE.
    Firefox: There is currently no HW accelerated pipeline available in Firefox on windows and only wMode direct will have StageVideo available all other wMode should generate a unavailable event.
    Chrome: Pepper has HW acceleration in all wMode, but some restrictions apply. For example Chrome will refuse to use HW acceleration on Windows XP and it has its own driver blacklisting mechanism. It is also possible for the user to disable the HW acceleration in the settings panel. Chrome exposes a somewhat useful page to allow one to see the status of its gpu acceleration: chrome://gpu/
    On Mac:
    Safari: All wMode should expose StageVideo
    Firefox: All wModes should expose StageVideo
    Chrome: All wMode should expose StageVideo, with the same limitations as the windows version.
    Driver version: Certain older drivers may not support hardware StageVideo
    User settings: If a user turns off hardware acceleration, then hardware StageVideo will not be available
    Full Screen: Hardware StageVIdeo is always available in Full Screen mode.
    When the hardware StageVideo fails because of browser support, wMode, driver version or user settings, starting with Flash Player 15, SW StageVideo will be used automatically without needing any configuration or code in the app.
    New MMS.CFG Flag - EnableInsecureJunctionBehavior
    Flash Player 15 restricted the ability for Flash Player in Internet Explorer to write to paths that traversed Junction files in Windows. This affected some enterprise organizations that relied on redirected user folders that also leveraged Junctions, and we have introduced a new mms.cfg that allows organizations to revert to the insecure behavior as temporary pain relief. We recommend that administrators only use this flag as a short-term workaround.
    This Flag only works in Internet Explorer with Protected Mode disabled.
    To enable this behavior, add the following line to your mms.cfg file:
    EnableInsecureJunctionBehavior = 1
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Fixed Issues
    [Mac][Chrome] No longer inadvertently requiring some users to reset their license files when viewing content protected video
    Current Flash Player users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today.  Windows users will need to restart their system or log out and in to receive the notification dialog.
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8.x are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 15 for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer (ActiveX): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 15 for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers (NPAPI): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 (64-bit machine): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 (32-bit machine): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 (64-bit machine): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 (32-bit machine): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 15 desktop for Mac (NPAPI): 15.0.0.239
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux (NPAPI): 11.2.202.424
    Flash Player 13 Extended Support Release for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.258
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Flash Player Archive page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Thanks Clark for addressing my problem.
    I was out of town, just returned today. Hence some delay in my reply.
    The application being at an enterprise level and huge, I am not sure how to share a simplified source.
    The complexity of the elements getting created in the application may also cause error in rendering at that zoom level.
    Let me find out some way out of how to share more details on this.
    I will be able to share the swf link with you after discussing the confidentiality terms with the concerned person.
    I appreciate your patience.
    Have a good day!
    Best
    Deepanjan

  • 10/14/2014 - Release - Flash Player 15

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-22)
    New Features for Flash Player 15:
    Relaxing Stage3D Render Target Clear
    In previous versions of Stage3D, after switching the render texture through Context3D::setRenderToTexture, you were required to clear it before drawing. In this release, we're removing this limitation and optimizing the use of render textures. This change will allow you to further optimize and reuse depth and stencil buffers between different render textures.
    For additional information, please see Relaxing Render Target Clear Operation in Stage 3D.
    Improved support for browser zoom levels - Windows 8
    Flash Player now has improved support for browser zoom factors other than 100% on Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x.  Devices, like the Microsoft Surface tablets, default to a zoom level of 150%.  In the past, this could cause problems with Flash Player and some 3D content.  With our new implementation, we can now scale the content and 3D buffers to keep everything aligned.  In addition, Flash Player introduces an option to render to an increased Stage3D back buffer, rather than scaling, on browser zoom to keep the resolution of the rendered content high. This option allows to the stage3D buffer to change in size in synch with the change in the browser zoom factor.  Developers are notified of this change with a new ZOOM_FACTOR_CHANGE event.
    For additional detail, please see the article Improved Resolution of Stage3D Content on Browser Zoom
    Flash Player Fullscreen Orientation Change - Windows
    Flash Player will now detect and appropriately scale your content to fit best in a fullscreen display when your device orientation is changed.  This change is specific to Windows and is implemented across all browsers.  We're focusing on providing the best tablet experience possible.  A resize event will fire when in fullscreen mode and the device orientation changes.  Developers, if your content does not resize, you will need to handle the resize event appropriately.  Additional details will be made available in a separate blog post.
    For additional details, please see the Guide for Supporting Screen Orientation with Full-Screen Flash Player Content.
    Hardware video decoding on Chrome (PPAPI) for Windows
    We're pleased to announce that hardware video decoding is now enabled by default for Chrome users on Windows.  This feature will drastically reduce the CPU usage and improve performance on supported videos players.  We're working closely with Google to bring this feature to OS X and will provide additional details when available.
    Automatic software fall back with StageVideo
    Flash Player 15 now supports a Software version of StageVideo that provides an automatic failover to the software version when hardware StageVideo is not available. To leverage this automatic failover, the swf apps need to be compiled for Flash Player 15 and above.
    When the swfs are compiled for Flash Player 15 and above, and when hardware StageVideo is unavailable, the app will get a StageVideoAvailability event as earlier, but instead of being "Unavailable" it will ALWAYS be "available", and the reason will always be "noError". The app will no longer need to implement a Video object failover as the failover is automatic inside flash player. The apps can still choose to use Video object instead of StageVIdeo if needed.
    Hardware StageVideo availability is dependent on a number of factors, including:
    Browser hardware rendering support: If available, all wMode based apps will support hardware StageVideo. If not available, wMode=direct based apps will be the only ones that will support hardware StageVideo, unless there are other exceptions, like the ones mentioned below.
    On Windows:
    IE11: IE has an accelerated pipeline and the FlashPlayer is HW accelerated in all wmode, so StageVideo should always be available. Note that the decision to use the HW accelerate rendering pipeline reside in IE.
    Firefox: There is currently no HW accelerated pipeline available in Firefox on windows and only wMode direct will have StageVideo available all other wMode should generate a unavailable event.
    Chrome: Pepper has HW acceleration in all wMode, but some restrictions apply. For example Chrome will refuse to use HW acceleration on Windows XP and it has its own driver blacklisting mechanism. It is also possible for the user to disable the HW acceleration in the settings panel. Chrome exposes a somewhat useful page to allow one to see the status of its gpu acceleration: chrome://gpu/
    On Mac:
    Safari: All wMode should expose StageVideo
    Firefox: All wModes should expose StageVideo
    Chrome: All wMode should expose StageVideo, with the same limitations as the windows version.
    Driver version: Certain older drivers may not support hardware StageVideo
    User settings: If a user turns off hardware acceleration, then hardware StageVideo will not be available
    Full Screen: Hardware StageVIdeo is always available in Full Screen mode.
    When the hardware StageVideo fails because of browser support, wMode, driver version or user settings, starting with Flash Player 15, SW StageVideo will be used automatically without needing any configuration or code in the app.
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Fixed Issues
    [Win8.1][IE11] Resolves an issue introduced with Flash Player 13.0.0.182 that affected Dragon Quest Monster Parade (3818827)
    [Win8.x][IE10+] printJob.addPage() no longer throws an erroneous exception (3822297)
    [Win8.x] Fixes an issue where Print To Printer only printed the first page (3825794)
    [Win8.x][MSFT 654468] Full-Screen content is incorrectly scaled when the user requests Full-Screen Mode after zooming in or out with the browser zoom (3822208)
    [Win][Firefox] Fixes an issue where FileReference.browse() file dialog was opening behind the browser window (3822025)
    [Mac] Resolves an issue introduced with Flash Player 15.0.0.29.  Using the volume keys on the keyboard now works as expected in Adobe Connect (3827641)
    [Mac] Resolves an infrequent issue where the Flash Player installer could not determine the correct OS version for users on MacOS 10.8+ (3814718)
    [Mac 10.9+] Resolves an issue where Flash Player would use a large amount of CPU if the network was disconnected while a video using the Adobe Video Engine was playing (3811674)
    Stage3D Content is now available on the Nvidia Tegra K1 (3809317)
    WebVTT Captions are now correctly displayed after a mid-roll ad is inserted into a video stream (3809912)
    [HTTP Live Streaming] The lowest possible bitrate i-frame stream was not being used if TrickPlay was enabled (3812854)
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" or the "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8.x are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 15 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer (ActiveX): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 15 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers (NPAPI): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 (64-bit machine): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 (32-bit machine): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 (64-bit machine): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 15 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 (32-bit machine): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 15 desktop for Mac (NPAPI): 15.0.0.189
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux (NPAPI): 11.2.202.411
    Flash Player 13 Extended Support Release for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.250
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Flash Player Archive page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Sometimes the release version has a later build number than the last beta we received, which in a way can be even worse than if the build is the same. The thing that has caused some confusion is that a few posts here have been answered with "we've fixed that and it will be in the next build", and the next build turned out to be the same as the previous build.
    So, I think the truth is that those things are fixed in the next build that appears on labs, and the release one doesn't count as a new beta build. I don't know when the next labs build will be.

  • 1/14/2014 - Release - Flash Player 12

    Today we're pleased to announce that the next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  This update includes the following new features and improvements:
    New Features:
    Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 Support
    Microsoft has released IE 11 on Windows 7 and we plan to officially support this in Flash Player 12.
    Mac .pkg Installation Support
    Deploying Flash Player and keeping it up to date is a critical task for system administrators worldwide.  In Flash Player 11.9 we added .pkg support for ease of deployment.  In Flash Player 12, we've incorporated feedback from system administrators to improve the workflow and UI.
    Graphics: Buffer Usage flag for Stage3D
    We've added a new enum Class called Context3DBufferUsage which defines two constants, STATIC_DRAW (default) and DYNAMIC_DRAW.  These constants specify how buffers will be used in Stage3D. We've also added a new parameter, called "bufferUsage", to the constructors of VertexBuffer and IndexBuffer. This "bufferUsage" parameter uses one of the constants form Context3DBufferUsage, which will allow you to select the appropriate buffer type according to your needs.
    Stage3D Creation of Context3D with Profile Arra
    We've added a new interface to Stage3D.requestContext3DMatchingProfiles(profiles:Vector.<String> ) which will create a Context3D with highest level suitable profile that is in profile array,  based on the current hardware.  A developer can check the newly added property 'profile' to obtain the current profile that was chosen by the Flash Runtime.
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    [3629735] [Chrome x64] XPS Printing produces blank documents
    [3633845] [Win8.x] YouTube videos don't always resume when tapping inside the video in desktop IE
    [3637507] [Win8.1 Pepper] Camera is listed twice in the setting ui panel with Chrome
    [3638403][Mac] Extra characters render when pressing the shortcuts CMD+C, CMD+X, CMD+A, and CMD+V in Stage Web View.
    [3638538] [Win7][IE 11 - Instaback] Video continues to play for a few seconds after navigating away from page
    [3646580] [Win8.1] edit control does not handle IVS characters or surrogate pairs such as emoticons correctly
    [3641030][Mac] flash.media.scanHardware() does not work on NPAPI Flash Player
    [3649243] [Win8.x] ARM devices: YouTube controls disappear when when exiting fullscreen by invoking app bar
    [3649329] PlayTo stops in the middle when network connection is not stable
    [3652092][Win8.x] unable to upload multiple images in file-browse dialog
    [3656409] some menu controls are not refreshing when clicking controls and inputting text
    [3655274] Fullscreen (with sourceRect) doesn't work correctly in Pepper version
    [3659511][Win8.1][IE11] drawToBitmapData fails to draw correctly when using constrain mode
    [3659511] on some graphics cards, Stage3d works in software mode, instead of GPU
    [3664207] Audio continues to be heard when video is fast forwarded after a rewind operation
    [3657240] wrong value is momentarily returned after trickPlay is ended using a pause
    [3660676] KingsRoad Stage3D performance impacted on low-end laptops running Chrome with PPAPI player
    [3673798] white/black background displays in CC mode
    Known Issues:
    Due to a recent issue discovered with the last released versions of Flash Player 11.9 (version 11.9.900.170 ) and Flash Player 12.0 ( version 12.0.043 ), audio or video playback when streaming over an RTMFP based peer to peer connection, including direct peer to peer, ip multicast or app level multicast configurations, will fail on IE 9 and IE 10 browsers. The issue does not affect Firefox, Chrome or Safari browsers.
    The fix will be made available in the next Flash Player 12 update. Until then we recommend users use an alternate browser for applications that use p2p real time communications, including audio, video, data conferencing or chat applications.
    The following behaviors will be modified in Safari 6.1 and higher in Safe Mode:
    AIR Badge Installs - AIR Badge Installer will not launch an installer when running Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details and workarounds on an Adobe website.
    Adobe Connect Plug-In Install - The Connect Plug-In Express Install will no longer work on Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details on an Adobe website.
    Flash Player Global Settings - When a users launches the Global Settings menu from the Flash Player context menu on Safari 7 in Safe Mode, the user will be taken to the classic SWF-based preferences menu on an Adobe website, instead of the native Flash Player settings UI in the MacOS Control Panel.
    LocalConnection - When a LocalConnection is constructed from a SWF hosted in Safe Mode, it may only establish a connection with other SWFs also hosted in Safe Mode.  If a LocalConnection is constructed from a tab with Safe Mode disabled, it will not be able to communicate with a SWF in a Safe Mode tab.
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-02)
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in either the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" or "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.38
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 12.0.0.43
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.38
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.38
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.38
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.38
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Mac: 12.0.0.38
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.335
    On July 9th, 2013 we changed the version of our "extended support release" from Flash Player 10.3 to Flash Player 11.7 for Mac and Windows. To continue to stay current with all available security updates you will need to install the 11.7 extended support release or update to the most recent available release (11.9, etc.). For full details, please see this blog post:
    Extended Support Release Updated to Flash Player 11.7
    Flash Player 11.7 desktop for Windows, Macintosh and Linux: 11.7.700.260
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Hello,
    The release notes have been updated.  http://helpx.adobe.com/en/flash-player/release-note/fp_12_air_4_release_notes.html
    Maria

  • 2/04/2014 - Release - Flash Player 12

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-04)
    New Features for Flash Player 12:
    Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 Support
    Microsoft has released IE 11 on Windows 7 and we plan to officially support this in Flash Player 12.
    Mac .pkg Installation Support
    Deploying Flash Player and keeping it up to date is a critical task for system administrators worldwide.  In Flash Player 11.9 we added .pkg support for ease of deployment.  In Flash Player 12, we've incorporated feedback from system administrators to improve the workflow and UI.
    Graphics: Buffer Usage flag for Stage3D
    We've added a new enum Class called Context3DBufferUsage which defines two constants, STATIC_DRAW (default) and DYNAMIC_DRAW.  These constants specify how buffers will be used in Stage3D. We've also added a new parameter, called "bufferUsage", to the constructors of VertexBuffer and IndexBuffer. This "bufferUsage" parameter uses one of the constants form Context3DBufferUsage, which will allow you to select the appropriate buffer type according to your needs.
    Stage3D Creation of Context3D with Profile Array
    We've added a new interface to Stage3D.requestContext3DMatchingProfiles(profiles:Vector.<String> ) which will create a Context3D with highest level suitable profile that is in profile array,  based on the current hardware.  A developer can check the newly added property 'profile' to obtain the current profile that was chosen by the Flash Runtime.
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    Security Fixes
    Known Issues:
    Due to a recent issue discovered with the last released versions of Flash Player 11.9 (version 11.9.900.170 ) and Flash Player 12.0 ( version 12.0.043 ), audio or video playback when streaming over an RTMFP based peer to peer connection, including direct peer to peer, ip multicast or app level multicast configurations, will fail on IE 9 and IE 10 browsers. The issue does not affect Firefox, Chrome or Safari browsers.
    The fix will be made available in the next Flash Player 12 update. Until then we recommend users use an alternate browser for applications that use p2p real time communications, including audio, video, data conferencing or chat applications.  The following behaviors will be modified in Safari 6.1 and higher in Safe Mode:
    AIR Badge Installs - AIR Badge Installer will not launch an installer when running Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details and workarounds on an Adobe website.
    Adobe Connect Plug-In Install - The Connect Plug-In Express Install will no longer work on Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details on an Adobe website.
    Flash Player Global Settings - When a users launches the Global Settings menu from the Flash Player context menu on Safari 7 in Safe Mode, the user will be taken to the classic SWF-based preferences menu on an Adobe website, instead of the native Flash Player settings UI in the MacOS Control Panel.
    LocalConnection - When a LocalConnection is constructed from a SWF hosted in Safe Mode, it may only establish a connection with other SWFs also hosted in Safe Mode.  If a LocalConnection is constructed from a tab with Safe Mode disabled, it will not be able to communicate with a SWF in a Safe Mode tab.
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in either the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" will receive this update automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.44
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 12.0.0.44
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.44
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.44
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.44
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.44
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Mac: 12.0.0.44
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.336
    On July 9th, 2013 we changed the version of our "extended support release" from Flash Player 10.3 to Flash Player 11.7 for Mac and Windows. To continue to stay current with all available security updates you will need to install the 11.7 extended support release or update to the most recent available release (11.9, etc.). For full details, please see this blog post:
    Extended Support Release Updated to Flash Player 11.7
    Flash Player 11.7 desktop for Windows, Macintosh and Linux: 11.7.700.261
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Thank you for the heads up.  I'll take a look and get this fixed.

  • 2/20/2014 - Release - Flash Player 12

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-07)
    New Features for Flash Player 12:
    Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 Support
    Microsoft has released IE 11 on Windows 7 and we plan to officially support this in Flash Player 12.
    Mac .pkg Installation Support
    Deploying Flash Player and keeping it up to date is a critical task for system administrators worldwide.  In Flash Player 11.9 we added .pkg support for ease of deployment.  In Flash Player 12, we've incorporated feedback from system administrators to improve the workflow and UI.
    Graphics: Buffer Usage flag for Stage3D
    We've added a new enum Class called Context3DBufferUsage which defines two constants, STATIC_DRAW (default) and DYNAMIC_DRAW.  These constants specify how buffers will be used in Stage3D. We've also added a new parameter, called "bufferUsage", to the constructors of VertexBuffer and IndexBuffer. This "bufferUsage" parameter uses one of the constants form Context3DBufferUsage, which will allow you to select the appropriate buffer type according to your needs.
    Stage3D Creation of Context3D with Profile Array
    We've added a new interface to Stage3D.requestContext3DMatchingProfiles(profiles:Vector.<String> ) which will create a Context3D with highest level suitable profile that is in profile array,  based on the current hardware.  A developer can check the newly added property 'profile' to obtain the current profile that was chosen by the Flash Runtime.
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    [3680211] [IE11 Win7] Flash now renders correctly on a page with both WebGL and Flash content playing simultaneously
    [3685519] [Win8] Context Menus triggered by the software keyboard's Menu key on Windows 8.x now work correctly in Modern mode
    [3691916] [Installer] Resolved an issue where SCUP/CUPT catalog configuration was detecting Flash Player updates as available when users had the current version installed
    [3684347] [Video] Resolves an issue injected in Flash Player 11.9.900.170 that caused Flash IP-Multicast playback issues on Internet Explorer 9 and 10 on Windows 7
    [3689061] [Video] Resolves an issue injected in Flash Player 11.9.900.170 that caused the video buffer to no longer be filled if the buffer was emptied while playing an RTMP stream
    Known Issues:
    The following behaviors will be modified in Safari 6.1 and higher in Safe Mode:
    AIR Badge Installs - AIR Badge Installer will not launch an installer when running Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details and workarounds on an Adobe website.
    Adobe Connect Plug-In Install - The Connect Plug-In Express Install will no longer work on Safari 7 in Safe Mode.  Users will instead see a dialog with a link to more details on an Adobe website.
    Flash Player Global Settings - When a users launches the Global Settings menu from the Flash Player context menu on Safari 7 in Safe Mode, the user will be taken to the classic SWF-based preferences menu on an Adobe website, instead of the native Flash Player settings UI in the MacOS Control Panel.
    LocalConnection - When a LocalConnection is constructed from a SWF hosted in Safe Mode, it may only establish a connection with other SWFs also hosted in Safe Mode.  If a LocalConnection is constructed from a tab with Safe Mode disabled, it will not be able to communicate with a SWF in a Safe Mode tab.
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.70
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 12.0.0.70
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.70
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.1 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.70
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.70
    Flash Player 12 for Windows 8.0 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 12.0.0.70
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 12 desktop for Mac: 12.0.0.70
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.341
    On July 9th, 2013 we changed the version of our "extended support release" from Flash Player 10.3 to Flash Player 11.7 for Mac and Windows. To continue to stay current with all available security updates you will need to install the 11.7 extended support release or update to the most recent available release (11.9, etc.). For full details, please see this blog post:
    Extended Support Release Updated to Flash Player 11.7
    Flash Player 11.7 desktop for Windows, Macintosh and Linux: 11.7.700.269
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Thank you for the heads up.  I'll take a look and get this fixed.

  • 12/9/2014 - Release - Flash Player 16

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with critical security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-27)
    New Features for Flash Player 16:
    Stage3D - Standard Constrained Profile
    In version 14 of the Runtime we added the new Standard profile to desktop systems.  This improvement in 3D graphics brought massive improvements to both Flash Player and AIR.  In Version 15 we expanded that to mobile devices in AIR.
    In Flash Player 16 we've added a new Standard Constrained profile.  Like Baseline Constrained, Standard Constrained targets older and lower powered GPUs on both desktop and mobile devices.
    While Standard profile reached a little over 20% of all iOS devices, the new Standard Constrained profile can now reach more than 85% of iOS devices!  Developers can access this new mode by using the new STANDARD_CONSTRAINED constant in Context3DProfile.  The chart below breaks down the differences between the different profiles that are currently available.
    PPAPI Installers for Windows and Mac
    We're pleased to announce that we now have PPAPI installers for the standard version of Flash Player for Windows and Mac.  Previously, this version of the Player was available only as an integrated component of Google Chrome.  With the introduction of these installers, Flash Player is now available for all Chromium based browsers using the PPAPI interface.  Please note that these installers are not required nor used by Google Chrome.  Chrome will continue to include Flash Player without requiring any additional installation.
    Customers can download the PPAPI based installer from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer or http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions
    Developers interested in using the PPAPI debuggers can download the installers from the Flash Player Support Center.
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Fixed Issues
    [Mac 10.10] Flash Player shows "plug-in failure" when system language is Hebrew - 3847876
    Multiple security and stability fixes
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" or the "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8.x are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 16 Windows for Internet Explorer - ActiveX: 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 Windows for Firefox and other Netscape Compatible Browsers - NPAPI: 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 Windows for Opera 24 and Chromium Based Browsers - PPAPI: 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 (64-bit machine): 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 (32-bit machine): 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 (64-bit machine): 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 (32-bit machine): 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 Mac for Safari, Firefox and other Netscape Compatible Browsers - NPAPI: 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 16 Mac for Opera 24 and Chromium Based Browsers - PPAPI: 16.0.0.235
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux (NPAPI): 11.2.202.425
    Flash Player 13 Extended Support Release for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.259
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Flash Player Archive page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Thank you for the heads up.  I'll take a look and get this fixed.

  • 8/12/2014 - Release - Flash Player 14

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-18)
    New Features for Flash Player 14:
    Anisotropic Filtering
    This new texture sampling filter can enhance the image quality of textures on surfaces that are at oblique viewing angles. There are two ways to enable this feature:
    In AGAL, set one of the values – "anisotropic2x", "anisotropic4x", "anisotropic8x", or "anisotropic16x" to the filter option in the sampling instructions. Or call Context3D::setSamplerStateAt with the 3rd parameter "filter" being one of the values defined in Context3DTextureFilter - "ANISOTROPIC2X", "ANISOTROPIC4X", "ANISOTROPIC8X", or "ANISOTROPIC16X"
    New Stage3D "Standard" Profile
    Developers can now request this high level profile when creating Context3D. Three new features are available in this profile:
    Multiple render target allows to you to draw geometry to multiple outputs (up to 4) during one drawing
    Floating point texture allows you to create Texture, RectangleTexture and CubeTuxture with the RGBA16F folder.
    AGAL v2 contains these improvements:
    Increased register size
    Partial derivative instructions
    Fragment depth output
    Conditional forward jump
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    Content of Depth buffer on some gpus with OS windows xp is wrong (3778417)
    StageVideo with camera doesn't work properly, no video is displayed. (3781244)
    Multiple security and stability fixes
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" or the "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer (ActiveX): 14.0.0.176
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers (NPAPI): 14.0.0.179
    Flash Player 14 for Windows 8.x 64-Bit and Internet Explorer (ActiveX): 14.0.0.176
    Flash Player 14 for Windows 8.x 32-Bit and Internet Explorer (ActiveX): 14.0.0.176
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Mac (NPAPI): 14.0.0.176
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux (NPAPI): 11.2.202.400
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.241
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    OK! Let's take 7 steps ... an easy answer to a focus problem not a machine problem. (MAC!)
    1.1. Download the Adobe Flash Player file version 14 at Adobe - Install Adobe Flash Player
    1.2 or dowonload the above link: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/support/install_flash_player_osx.dm g
    2.1 Double-click the AdobeFlashPlayerInstaller_14_ltrosxd_aaa_aih.dmg in your download folder
    4. Do not double-click the red face (png file) - Installer "Install Adobe Flash Player".
    5. Right click the face to perform a precise selection: Show Package Contents.
    6.1 Select - Contents and double click; Select - Resources and double click; Select - Adobe Flash Player.pkg and double click.
    6.2 Warning!! Select - Contents and double click; Select - Resources and double click; Select - app.bundle and copy it to your internet plugin folder (more work!!)
    7. Select: Continue and complete your installation.
    R. Alexander

  • 4/16/2014 - Release - Flash Player 13

    In today's release we are updating the Macintosh Flash Player plug-in for Safari and Firefox.  This resolves an issue that was causing Flash Player to crash on a subset of Apple systems built between 2006 and 2008.  This bug was Macintosh specific, and no other platforms were impacted..
    New Features for Flash Player 13:
    Enhanced Supplementary Character Support for TextField
    Characters from the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) with Unicode code points between U+10000 and U+10FFFF now work correctly in TextField controls.  This change greatly enlarges the code point range we support, and now includes characters like emoticons and complex CCJK characters.
    New Stage3D Texture Wrapping Modes
    Developers can currently set the wrapping mode of a texture to either clamp or repeat.  Using the repeat option will repeat the texture on both the U and V axis.  However, in some use cases, you may only want to repeat the texture on either the u or v axis.
    This is now possible with the introduction of two new parameters:  REPEAT_U_CLAMP_V and CLAMP_U_REPEAT_V
    Stage3D Anti-Aliasing for Texture Rendering
    Anti-Aliasing is a useful for improving perceived image quality.  Hardware based Multisampling Anti-Aliasing (MSAA) is now available on all desktop platforms.  To enable MSAA, set the level from 0 to 4 using the antiAlias property of the Context3D.setRenderToTexture() method.
    0 = 1 subsample, no antialiasing
    1 = 2 subsamples, minimum quality antialiasing
    2 = 4 subsamples, medium quality antialiasing
    3 = 8 subsamples, high quality antialiasing
    4 = 16 subsamples, maximum quality antialiasing
    Relocated Full Screen Video Warning to Top of Screen
    We've made a small tweak to the "Press Esc to exit full screen mode" warning that is displayed for full screen video.  We've received feedback from developers and users that the dialog obscures content.  We wanted to make a change that both satisfies security concerns and customer viewing enjoyment.  To reduce the impact of the dialog on the on-screen content, we've moved the dialog to the top of the screen.
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    3739504: [Mac] Compiler change causes Flash Player to crash on load
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Mac Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update option will receive this release automatically and silently within 24 hours.  Users that have selected the "Notify me to install updates" update option will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Mac: 13.0.0.201
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    Hello,
    I have confirmed that a non-US locale (in this case Germany) is still getting 13.0.0.241 instead of 13.0.0.244.  I've escalated this to have the issue fixed and find out why non-US locale is still getting the old files and not the new files.  I'll post here when I have an update.
    Maria

  • 6/10/14 - Release - Flash Player 14

    The next version of Flash Player is available for immediate download.  In today's release we've updated Flash Player with important security updates and bug fixes.  We recommend users update to the latest version.
    Security update details can be found here: Security Bulletin (APSB14-16)
    New Features for Flash Player 14:
    Anisotropic Filtering
    This new texture sampling filter can enhance the image quality of textures on surfaces that are at oblique viewing angles. There are two ways to enable this feature:
    In AGAL, set one of the values – "anisotropic2x", "anisotropic4x", "anisotropic8x", or "anisotropic16x" to the filter option in the sampling instructions. Or call Context3D::setSamplerStateAt with the 3rd parameter "filter" being one of the values defined in Context3DTextureFilter - "ANISOTROPIC2X", "ANISOTROPIC4X", "ANISOTROPIC8X", or "ANISOTROPIC16X"
    New Stage3D "Standard" Profile
    Developers can now request this high level profile when creating Context3D. Three new features are available in this profile:
    Multiple render target allows to you to draw geometry to multiple outputs (up to 4) during one drawing
    Floating point texture allows you to create Texture, RectangleTexture and CubeTuxture with the RGBA16F folder.
    AGAL v2 contains these improvements:
    Increased register size
    Partial derivative instructions
    Fragment depth output
    Conditional forward jump
    Notable Fixes and Enhancements:
    PPAPI Debugger Preview - Multiple Stability Fixes (3720385, 3720431, 3720925)
    TextField.getFontList() and Font.enumerateFonts() now return 0 in Private Browsing Mode (3720929)
    Font.enumerateFonts now returns an alphabetically sorted list (3720932)
    Resolves an issue introduced in Flash Player 11.10 and AIR SDK > 13 where attached connected game controllers were not detected at launch (3752605)
    Hardware Decoding support is now enabled for Intel Baytrail hardware (3752291)
    [Chrome] Resolves an issue where some render textures could not be displayed with Chrome and D3DX11 (3743626)
    [Chrome] Angry Birds on Facebook now works as expected (3761933)
    [Chrome] Flash Player will not load a SWF if Content-Type-Options: nosniff is specified and the Content-Type header does not match (3712045, Chromium 172918)
    [HTTP Live Streaming] The value of AudioTrack.isDefault is now returned correctly (3761057)
    [HTTP Live Streaming] The value of AudioTrack.name is now returned correctly after AUDIO_UPDATE events (3767714)
    [Mac] Fixes a memory leak encountered during video and Stage3D playback (3738368)
    [Win] Resolves a video playback issue that was introduced in 11.9.900.166 that caused a small number of H.264 streams to not play (3735300)
    [Win] IME - Corrects an issue where words were duplicated in the candidate window on third-party bottom line IMEs (3721064)
    [Win8.1 ARM] Farmville2 - The maximum number of Stage3D instances allowed on Win8.x ARM devices has been increased from one to four (3732718, MSFT 607382)
    [Win8.1 x64] The Windows Narrator tool now recognizes Flash Player objects embedded in web pages (3618169, MSFT 458063)
    [Win8.1] Reduces power consumption during video playback in portrait orientation (3699152)
    [Win8.1] Improves performance of video blitting on DirectX 11 systems in portrait mode (3748772)
    [Win8.1] Video from built-in cameras now rotates as expected when the device changes from landscape to portrait mode (3722322, MSFT 611601)
    [Win8.1] Sprite.graphics.beginFill(Number) now correctly sets the provided color after a page refresh (3729475, MSFT 508518)
    [Win8.1] HTTP Live Streaming - Resolves an issue where encrypted video playback would hang intermittently (3710245)[Win8.x] The [Tab] key now works as expected in Full-Screen mode (3719314)
    [Win8.x] Resolves a stability issue for standalone applications that use Flash Player in an embedded Internet Explorer instance (3763486)
    [Win8.x] StandAlone Player - Exiting FullScreen mode now works as expected (3730508)
    [Win8.x] Flash Player will now gracefully recover from a graphics driver reset (3752447, MSFT 346563)
    [Win8.x] Resolves a stability issue with HTTP Live Streaming (3758254)
    [Win][Networking] Set default network request timeout to 5 seconds.  Added new configuration property "NetworkRequestTimeout" which can be set in configuration files.
    Multiple security and stability fixes
    For complete information please see our release notes.
    Current Flash Player desktop users that have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" or the "Notify me to install updates" update options will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from today (please note that Windows users will need to restart their system to receive the notification dialog.)
    If you would like to install the update immediately, please use one of the links below:
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Internet Explorer: 14.0.0.125
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and Other Browsers: 14.0.0.125
    Flash Player 14 for Windows 8.x 64-Bit and Internet Explorer: 14.0.0.125
    Flash Player 14 for Windows 8.x 32-Bit and Internet Explorer: 14.0.0.125
    Please note that both Flash Player for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 8 are updated using different mechanisms.  Flash Player for Google Chrome updates will occur during regular Chrome updates.  Flash Player updates for Internet Explorer on Windows 8 will be provided by Microsoft though the Windows automatic update feature.
    Flash Player 14 desktop for Mac: 14.0.0.125
    Flash Player 11.2 desktop for Linux: 11.2.202.378
    Beginning May 13, 2014 we have updated the version of our "Extended Support Release" from Flash Player 11.7 to Flash Player 13 for Mac and Windows. To continue to stay current with all available security updates, you will need to install the version 13 Extended Support Release or update to the most recent available release.  For full details, please see this blog post:
    Upcoming Changes to Flash Player Extended Support Release
    Flash Player 13 desktop for Windows and Macintosh: 13.0.0.223
    Previous versions of Flash Player can be found on the Archived Flash Player page
    If you encounter a problems with broken or missing links, please clear your browser cache and try again.  If the problem persists, please create a new post in our forum or send email to [email protected]

    OK! Let's take 7 steps ... an easy answer to a focus problem not a machine problem. (MAC!)
    1.1. Download the Adobe Flash Player file version 14 at Adobe - Install Adobe Flash Player
    1.2 or dowonload the above link: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/support/install_flash_player_osx.dm g
    2.1 Double-click the AdobeFlashPlayerInstaller_14_ltrosxd_aaa_aih.dmg in your download folder
    4. Do not double-click the red face (png file) - Installer "Install Adobe Flash Player".
    5. Right click the face to perform a precise selection: Show Package Contents.
    6.1 Select - Contents and double click; Select - Resources and double click; Select - Adobe Flash Player.pkg and double click.
    6.2 Warning!! Select - Contents and double click; Select - Resources and double click; Select - app.bundle and copy it to your internet plugin folder (more work!!)
    7. Select: Continue and complete your installation.
    R. Alexander

  • 2/5/2015 - Release - Flash Player 16

    Hi Chris:
    Don't know if it's only an incorrect file's name... but please note that in your latest update release announcement, the direct download link for Flash Player 16 for Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x: 16.0.0.305 points to KB3008925 (December 9, 2014), being the correct one: KB3021953 (February 5, 2015), as also shown on Microsoft (updated) Security Advisory 2755801. Thanks.

    Thank you for the heads up.  I'll take a look and get this fixed.

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