Particularly if you installed the beta, but also for vastly improved performance, you’ll want to grab the final version of Flash Player 8 as soon as possible.
I tried the beta, but all the content @ sites like cnet.com, and the macromedia site would not show. I don’t get any type of warning or errors. Just empty areas where the flash content should be. Looks like I’ll be using 7 until I figure out whats going on
oh thats in FireFox 1.06, BTW
Hopefully they are going to release a 64-bit version for Linux too. Because I’m still doing without Flash on a 64-bit Firefox, and I don’t like the precompiled 32-bit ones.
aha, I figured it out, and I just to let ya know, it was the FireFox extentsion, Adblock, causing the problem. You have to disable obj-tab option under adblocks extension preferences.
heres a link to a the posts @ mozillazine that helped me fix it
hope that helps someone!
Where’s the link?
Fixed MystaMax’s comment so the link is visible.
There is an online petition running here:
Sign it and send it along.
In my opinion, performance is still a bit slow if the Flash 8 swf uses too many filters and a lot of transparency, but it’s gotten better!
Thx to MystaMax with the FireFox help
every body said player 8 these days, if it’s really good, i will try!untill now, i still use quick flash player, seems ok!
But sometimes when I opened some flash embeded sites, it asks for flash player 9????