After many tries of downloading the Flash 10.3.183.10 (after deleting the one that worked before) I tried to download this installer. As with about 5 previous downleads I get to the red Adobe 'box', click on it, it asks me either Quit or Install, BUT Install is Grayed out. I'm a not completely hip to gargon, but think I've done what I can. Please, can someone help me in a simple but step-by-step way to get back to using any Adobe Flash, so I can continue working?
I use Safari and Firefox. Mac OS 10.6.8. Thanks
First: many thanks, since now I can read Flash content on Firefox. For any interested, here is the sequence I followed:
Installing latest version Adobe Flash Player on a Mac.
For Firefox and Safari, assure you have the current versions, as well as the latest updates of OS 10.n.n
Go to Adobe.com and navigate to the Flash Player free download. Click to download and save to your location choice.
Open it: you get a window with the Flash ‘box’ labeled ‘Install Adobe Flash Player’.
Double click: then click ‘Open’
You get the ‘Adobe Flash Player 10.3 installer’ window.
read the license and THEN,
Click in the gray box to the left of ‘I have read . . .’
Click the ‘INSTALL’ button, and follow the prompts.
This was successful for Firefox.
BUT, still not working on Safari. Please, help. Thanks in advance.
Now this is a completely different problem from the original post. Could you please start a new topic with all details, including the meaning of "not working" (what exactly do you see on Safari?).
First, thanks for leading me to start a new topic. I did, as:
"How can I make current Adobe Flash Player work with Safari on Mac?
History: I deleted the older version of Adobe Flash Player on my MacbookPro OS 10.6.8, and I then assured that all updates were current for browsers and OS.
I then downloaded current Adobe Flash Player ( . . .183 . . .) which now works within Firefox: BUT not in Safari.
So what do I need to do to have it work on Safari?"
Sorry, but I didn't include specifics of 'what was not working'. It was that there was no flash content at all, not even a quote that a 'plug-in was missing'. Only blank space where the flash player should be.