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Re: macromedia flash plugin for firefox?

Ron Johnson wrote:
On Sun, 2006-04-02 at 15:22 -0400, Nick Lidakis wrote:
Sridhar M.A. wrote:
Put this in your sources.list:
deb ftp://ftp.nerim.net/debian-marillat/ sid main

Adjust for sid or testing as to your system needs.
# apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

You'll get flashplugin-nonfree that works perfectly.
It doesn't work perfectly for me. Either installing the software direct from macromedia, or from the above mentioned method. I still have trouble with sites like Toyota.com or Pier1.com. The drop down lists don't show, or they half show behind the current graphic. Could not build a car because the zip code filed remains empty after trying to enter any number numerous times.

I have trouble with other sites as well. I still can't figure out if something is misconfigured or the Linux package is just buggy. Could someone humor me and please try the (the USA) www.toyota.com website?

I see the same problems you describe at toyota.com.

flash from neris.
firefox 1.5.dfsg+

In Win2k, using FF and Flash 8.0r24, it works fine.

pier1.com (your wife made you go there, right???) worked fine, with
the little testing I tried. What exact problem(s) are you having with it?

Same problem with th drop list: on the the main page the "shop" drop down list is hidden?/doesn't drop down. I don't dual boot or have immediate access to a windows machine when I am home, but using Firefox on winXP on a friends laptop, all seems to work fine. The Toyota site doesn't even have an option for a non-flash site.

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