Well? You only help computer-challenged people here, not solving the real issues with software?
I simply do not respond to your kind of language.
Well, I simply do respond to all kinds of languages (at least the ones that I know), especially to people looking for HELP (as in "not patronising"). But yeah, one does not simply post on forums when frustrated to the core.
May I so humbly be excused for my not so carefully withhold bursts of anger towards our very beloved company, it's non-functional customer support and softwares? I am really sorry to hurt Your feelings kind sir. Maybe I can relieve the situation by offering childrens books or related paraphenalia?
I mean really...
This is a forum for users of Adobe products and most of the replies are from fellow users trying to help each other and not from Adobe staff. Your language and ranting is unlikely to encourage other users to help you. I tried the site you mention on my Mac using Firefox with no problems, I don't use Safari.
I know it's not Adobe staff, thats whats really girding my loins. Fellow users not willing to help fellow users because some of them are so up to themselves (or plain ignorant).
Also I can tell by the pixels and from having seen quite a few forums in my time... your post is of absolutely no point and relation.
It is very clearly stated that the issue occurs in Safari, so what's your excuse to shine in with no insight or information other than what browser you are not using? The thing is, I'm not a frequent Firefox user nor do I want to be. It's working fine Opera too, and I suppose in Internet Explorer.
Maybe I should just switch to IE and be done with it?
Go make an apple discussions account and patronise there too, seems like an untapped oportunity. Jeez..
If you took a moment to think rather than just sounding off you might realise that the problem is with your Mac and Safari and is not an Adobe problem at all. I doubt you'll get any other replies as your attitude is so obnoxious and ignorant.
If you took a moment to actually read my first post then maybe you would realize, that SoundCloud on Safari works fine without Flash, it's when I enable Flash plugin things go off. And Flash is Adobe's problem, or should I ask on Macromedia forums instead? So... who's ignorant? I've seen many posts about soundcloud not working on safari and way more about flash, which is notoriously finnicky thing all by itself.
I can not force myself to act nice to trolls, really. And as it seems trolling and basic computer skills are all the "help" one can get around these parts, I'm off. Thank you.