Dealing with a browser that fails to play video animations

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What can be done when your browser is unable to play animations and videos?

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Dealing with a browser that fails to play video animations

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Try Installing Adobe Flash Player from the Adobe site at:

get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

In fact, to run any Add – on your web browser, you require plug-ins and add-ons which are most active X controls built with Java and other such Programming Languages. The plug-ins need to be installed so that the format of data received is identified by the web browser. Check compatibility issues of the controls with the web browser.

If you are using Operating Systems like Linux, then find it compatible with the Linux Operating System. Then you get to use the video and animations play in Mozilla Firefox. Just click Install plug-ins or install add-ons that appear on your screen. Thanks.

 

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Dealing with a browser that fails to play video animations

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When you are having problems with your web browser like unable to play streaming videos from YouTube, display flash animations on the web page, some parts of the web page doesn’t display properly, and others, you should check if your machine is using the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.

My computer is presently using Adobe Flash Player 11.5.502.110 and after checking the latest version of the player from Adobe’s website, this version is still up-to-date.

To check your computer for the version of Adobe Flash Player, click Start then Control Panel. From the panel on the left side of the window under See Also, click Other Control Panel Options then Flash Player. From the Flash Player Settings Manager window, select Advanced. You will then see the player’s present version beside the Check Now button.

If you are seeing a different version which is older than the one mentioned above, you should update Adobe Flash Player.

You can download the latest version of the flash player from Adobe Flash Player.

Install it after downloading the installer then see if this fixes the problem.

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