Adobe Flash (Aurora)

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by RedPearbook, Jul 27, 2013.

  1. RedPearbook macrumors newbie

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    Aurora flash won't work on my iBook g4, and on my Tenfourfox it can play 360p videos perfectly but Aurora fox is faster but cannot play adobe flash. Any ideas of how I can hack or get adobe flash on Aurora fox? :confused:
     
  2. MrPilot macrumors 6502

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    I don't use aurora so I might be mistaken, but can you try this version and report back?

    Aurorafox Nightly 17.0.2esrpre
     
  3. chibiterasu macrumors 6502

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    This is the world of PowerPC browsers there isn't a perfect browser on the platform, I normally skip between leopard WebKit, ten four fox and camino, why because they all do things better or worse than the other, it's just something you have to get used to so if tenforfox works best for flash use that, if you like aurora for web browsing then use that and just switch between them. Yes it's a pain but its not really a problem.
     
  4. eyoungren macrumors P6

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    Aurorafox uses TFF code. So, assuming that you have different preferences for TFF and Aurorafox, I would suspect that the plugin settings are disbaled in Aurorafox.

    That would be my guess anyway. If you use the same preferences for both apps and it works in TFF and not Aurorafox then I don't know what to say. Maybe check about:addons and see if the Flash plugin is on in Aurorafox.
     
  5. Intell macrumors P6

    Intell

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    Starting with Firefox 18, Mozilla removed carbon plugin support. PowerPC Macs use carbon based plugins. There's no way to get plugins working on a Mozilla based browser that is 18+.
     
  6. wobegong Guest

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    Have to say I havn't found anything that Leopard Webkit can't handle perfectly
     

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