[CentOS] flash-plugin crashes on full screen

m.roth at 5-cent.us m.roth at 5-cent.us
Wed Nov 10 16:39:55 EST 2010


Top posting, here, over the garbage... After the recent update of firefox,
a week or so ago, I can't see flash video at *all*: white area, *maybe*,
if I mouse over it, some diagonal garbage.

      mark
Rob Kampen wrote:
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> brett mm wrote:
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>  cite="mid:AANLkTinG5ZX8W0bEFU+_CSg_4xvGiAxsuq5fH-A8eiNe at mail.gmail.com"
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>       <pre wrap="">now today as I go to watch a movie from hulu.com it
> crashes the
> flash-plugin whenever I try to go full screen.
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>   <pre wrap=""><!---->
> On Fedora 13, some versions of Flash crashed when fullscreen button
> was clicked, if the user also had nvidia drivers installed. The
> workaround was to right click on the flash video content (before
> switching to fullscreen), unticking "enable hardware acceleration"
> then clicking fullscreen. Might be worth a try.
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> I'll try on one of my work stations - hadn't thought of that.<br>
> thanks<br>
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>  cite="mid:AANLkTinG5ZX8W0bEFU+_CSg_4xvGiAxsuq5fH-A8eiNe at mail.gmail.com"
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>   <pre wrap="">Brett.
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