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PostSLGray on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 16:26

I have been reading that browsers will not be supporting Adobe flash in the future.  Does anyone know the exact date this will end?

I use Shockwave Flash.  Does this mean I need to replace it?
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PostGuest on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 16:32

@SLGray wrote:I have been reading that browsers will not be supporting Adobe flash in the future.  Does anyone know the exact date this will end?

I use Shockwave Flash.  Does this mean I need to replace it?

Indeed. It's because of the crappy security.
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PostJazeon on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 17:10

I can't even tell the difference between having an Adobe plugins in my browser, like I've been using Chrome far too long.

The only specific time I could probably have issues regarding with Flash, would be during times when I want to stream on a specific old series, since some of them are uploaded on old players that are pretty buggy.
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PostAnge Tuteur on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 20:21

Flash support will still be available as an option in some browsers like Chrome for some time, but eventually I see it being discontinued altogether. Why ? HTML5. Developers nowadays are using the HTML5 canvas for most applications, like web-based games and even video for example. I'm not sure of an exact date though.. Think

This is good for a comparison btw :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_HTML5_and_Flash
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PostJazeon on Wed 24 Aug 2016, 08:01

@Ange Tuteur wrote:Flash support will still be available as an option in some browsers like Chrome for some time, but eventually I see it being discontinued altogether. Why ? HTML5. Developers nowadays are using the HTML5 canvas for most applications, like web-based games and even video for example. I'm not sure of an exact date though.. Think

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_HTML5_and_Flash

I don't know about those comparison though, since most of those especially that part where it mentions both of these
Streaming video Yes[42] Supported by IE, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera.[43] Flash Video, H.264 and partial support for MP4 wrote:
Image formats Depends PNG, JPEG, Animated GIF PNG, JPEG, JPEG-XR, Single-frame GIF[38][39] wrote:

I didn't even notice one of these. Like I've been saving a lot of photos and never have I encountered any issues with the bitmap decompressing.

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