It looks like this is driven by the content and might be browser dependent - http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flash/quickstart/color_correction_as3.html
However, I'd try disabling hardware acceleration to see if that makes a difference. I wouldn't be surprised if using the GPU altered the way this works.
Sorry for the late reply, Chris. I've used color managed firefox browser, and chrome browser. Both of them shows the same, oversaturated color. For the content, yes. Firefox does show the profile color, but the flash player didn't show it. What makes me confused is, how could the non-wide-gamut monitor could show at least the "standart" sRGB, but wide gamut can't? I've tried to disabling the hardware accleration with no luck.
I think at this point I'd recommend opening a bug report at bugbase.adobe.com so we can do some deeper investigation. Color management is tricky and I wouldn't want to weigh in without due diligence.
I've found the solution! For anyone who have a problem with wide gamut monitor, follow this procedure for the "correct" color on browser:
I assume you use Chrome Browser, as I didn't find the solution with Firefox.
1. Right click on Chrome shorcut, properties, then in the target text box, add:
"--enable-monitor-profile" "--disable-gpu" after the target link.
press okay. You should always run the Chrome Browser from that shorcut, otherwise it won't run properly.
2. Voilà. Its done.
Excellent! I'm not surprised that disabling gpu was critical, just didn't know you needed to do it at the browser level
Thank you so much for your time to following up my question. I appreciate it