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Chrome-only Flash For Linux

Adobe seems to be really keen to get rid of Flash, at least on Linux. After 11.2, flash will be supported only through Google’s Pepper Plugin API, which is currently implemented only by Chrome/Chromium. Flash will be supported as an independent piece of software on other platforms. [Continue]

I Hope Lightspark Shines

Lightspark is the alternative Flash Player for Linux. This will do two good things – a possibility that Flash as a content medium will be free of vendor lock-in, and Linux will not be treated as an orphan in the Flash world any more. Part of the credit goes to Adobe for publishing an open specification for SWF, on which Lightspark is based. [Continue]

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