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Flash Player-problem ?

Post by ElenaRPG on Tue Dec 25, 2012 2:53 pm

Hi!

I have a problem... again. Confused
This is hard for me to explain because all member is using different browser. In any event... I don't know why, but when I write a post, the browser (opera) crashes. Doesn't respond anything. But only, If I am in my forum.
After come a window, with something flash player problem.

The Google Chrome is different. Chrome throws out some plugin problem, that the plugin you want to stop.

What is this? Confused Question

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by Kaizer Lee on Tue Dec 25, 2012 5:28 pm

Lol, actually, it's just probably some of the widgets you used. Using flash isn't actually that ideal much in forums since you can use JS which is preferred by some Wink

Don't worry, from time to time, Flash does crash and it's a problem for everyone. If you'd like it to stop, remove the Flash program you have in your forum and see if you can post a question for the same type of code you used in flash to be used as a JS like a clock for example, lol.

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by ElenaRPG on Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:11 am

@Kaizer Lee wrote:Lol, actually, it's just probably some of the widgets you used. Using flash isn't actually that ideal much in forums since you can use JS which is preferred by some Wink

Don't worry, from time to time, Flash does crash and it's a problem for everyone. If you'd like it to stop, remove the Flash program you have in your forum and see if you can post a question for the same type of code you used in flash to be used as a JS like a clock for example, lol.

Yes, I had such conjecture. Therefore I remove the Flash Program (JS) yesterday, but the forum do still the same... Mad Confused

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by Kaizer Lee on Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:13 am

Well then, now it's all up to the browser. Best browser to use IMO is Chrome and Mozilla.

Also, I asked some of my irl programmer friends, Safari is just a rip off, rather, a pirated version of a browser Smile so you might not want to use it much or you still use it but it's up to you lol. Just a thought in case you experience glitches with it.

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by ElenaRPG on Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:26 am

@Kaizer Lee wrote:Well then, now it's all up to the browser. Best browser to use IMO is Chrome and Mozilla.

Also, I asked some of my irl programmer friends, Safari is just a rip off, rather, a pirated version of a browser Smile so you might not want to use it much or you still use it but it's up to you lol. Just a thought in case you experience glitches with it.

I am using Chrome now, because the Opera still crashes. There isn't problem with forum... seems. But yesterday night I came a "message" here. "a plugin (shockwave flash) isn't responding"

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by Kaizer Lee on Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:52 am

As I said, Flash Player crashes from time to time ._.

It's the Flash's problem, not yours, basically.

Since you're using a different browser now, you won't encounter that problem much anymore Smile than before, that is Smile.

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by ElenaRPG on Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:55 am

@Kaizer Lee wrote:As I said, Flash Player crashes from time to time ._.

It's the Flash's problem, not yours, basically.

Since you're using a different browser now, you won't encounter that problem much anymore Smile than before, that is Smile.

OK, thank you!

And sorry, but I noticed something in Chrome... an error message: Unsafe JavaScript attempt to access frame with URL http://diariesfrpg.hungarianforum.com/ from frame with URL http://ad.z5x.net/st?ad_type=iframe&ad_size=728x90&section=1649904. Domains, protocols and ports must match.

This is a advertisment the forum's top, and all forums.

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by Kaizer Lee on Wed Dec 26, 2012 1:08 am

Yes, yes they are.

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by ElenaRPG on Wed Dec 26, 2012 1:10 am

@Kaizer Lee wrote:Yes, yes they are.

Just have to wait the end?

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by Kaizer Lee on Wed Dec 26, 2012 1:34 am

Just close them. Flash player problems is I'm not sure if forever or not, but their programming sucks more than the nonflash, so it's recommendable to just avoid using it overall.

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by ElenaRPG on Wed Dec 26, 2012 4:38 am

@Kaizer Lee wrote:Just close them. Flash player problems is I'm not sure if forever or not, but their programming sucks more than the nonflash, so it's recommendable to just avoid using it overall.

OK, thank you for help and patient. Embarassed I hope to chease the problem. If not, I come again. Razz

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Re: Flash Player-problem ?

Post by Kaizer Lee on Wed Dec 26, 2012 9:14 am

I'm afraid the possibility of avoiding Flash player from being crashed is impossible since it generally happens to everyone using it Smile.

So yes, hope that removes some of the confusion and you're welcome Smile.

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