4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 26, 2014 12:38 PM by jeromiec83223024

    Flash Player License Agreement Impossible to Find!  Still!


      Dear Adobe Systems Incorporated c/o the Flash Forum,


      The AFP 15.0 Installer dialog requires completion of a check box indicating "I have read and agree to the terms of the Flash Player License Agreement. Read the license here."


      What happens when one actually attempts to read the license agreement by clicking the Read the license here. link?


      One is whisked off to "www.adobe.com/legal/licenses-terms.html#flash_player" that lists, to my reckoning, every Adobe product and service that could conceivably require a license.  This list numbers upwards of 240 items.  Of these, should one have the presence of mind to use one's browser search function to search the page for instances of "flash player" one returns: "Adobe Flash Player" and "Adobe Premium Features for Flash Player."  Well, that was too hard.  But wait, it gets better!


      Once one has found it, what happens when one actually clicks on the :Adobe Flash Player" link "wwwimages.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/legal/licenses-terms/pdf/Flash%20Player_15.0.pd f"?


      The above PDF file opens.  AND IT'S A THREE HUNDRED and FOUR (304!) page document!  The link might lead one to believe that the file is in English, and there might actually be English in there, but if there is, it is sandwiched in between more foreign language text than I knew existed.


      My question?  Oh, it's the same one my mother has when she tried to follow Adobe's direction to "read and agree to the terms of the Flash Player License Agreement"...


      Why do they make this so hard?


      Sign me Really_Unhappy_with_Adobe