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AmEv wrote:Then again, Apple is actively saying "no" to Flash.
All well and good but that's like saying Apple doesn't believe in cars. Cars are everywhere and so is flash.
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Post by thomas_w_bowman »

Read the EULA, I did and didn't want the software 'calling home', so stopped updating it.

On the web it's mostly just to animate ads anyway...

Heck, at work we're still 'stuck' at Explorer 6... plenty of websites want to pop-up an "upgrade now" window so that their pop-ups will work (like they care about our security...).
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