Thanks, that work to download the player, but now I have to click on FLASH every time I watch a video.
From: m_vargas <email@example.com>
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Subject: Problem installing Flash Player update on a mac
Problem installing Flash Player update on a mac
created by m_vargas in Installing Flash Player - View the full discussionHi, Please try the offline installer posted at the bottom of the Installation problems
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In safari go to Preferences, Security, press button "Manage settings websites" and Always allow for Adobe Flash Player.
Restart your browser and try Youtube or any site that requires Flash Player.
You're right. Anyway so allows you to continue browsing.