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The website in question probably did not update their flash detection scripts. Old detection scripts tend to break when new players come out. Player 10 is especially bad, because many old scripts only look for 1 number in the major version - in which case it would see 1 or 0, either way that looks like it is too old.
Problem Solved! I looked at the list of installed Plug-ins under the Safari Help menu and discovered that I had two versions of the Flash Player installed in the Library Internet Plug-ins folder. In the folder were the recently installed Flash 10 version and an older Flash v7. I deleted Flash v7 from the folder, restarted Safari, and the videos now play. Shouldn't the Flash installer write over, or delete, older versions? Thanks for your reply.
It should. Maybe notify Adobe for an installation bug.
but sometimes people like us like having different versions that we can switch between for testing.