Updating your version of flash
At time of writing, the Plug-in Finder Service is triggered but fails to install the Flash plugin on Linux or Mac OS in Firefox 3 and above (you will need to manually download and install the plugin).
Design interactive animations with cutting-edge drawing tools and publish them to multiple platforms — including Flash/Adobe AIR, HTML5 Canvas, Web GL, or even custom platforms — and reach viewers on broadcast TV or virtually any desktop or mobile device.
If you encounter any issues, downgrade to 10.0.10.263 using the Autoloader method. The 10.3 SDK OS (10.3.0.442) is also being made available to those developers who would like to test on their Black Berry 10 device.
It’s April 2017 and Microsoft has just released their fourth update / “version” of Windows 10 – externally referred to as the “Creators Update”.
Since I haven’t updated my “How To” on creating customized Windows media since Windows 8.1, I think we’re overdue for a follow up. I’ll preface this article by saying that Microsoft has made this effort much simpler since 2014 (when my original write up went live).
There are three different types of Flash Players: an Active X version for Internet Explorer, a Chrome version built-in the browser and a plugin version for Firefox and some other browsers.
If you want Flash to work in Firefox you must install the plugin version, as explained above.