Does Frash play facebook games?

Geoff.

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Jun 1, 2009
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Ive become addicted to a game on facebook and it uses flash so ive been using my macbook alot more. I want to know can frash play facebook games? My iPad is already JB
 

GaresTaylan

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Nov 11, 2009
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I had it installed for about a week and removed it. Its ridiculously unstable. I checked out some flash animations from newgrounds which worked somewhat well. The problem is all of the random crashes.

I was out on Logitech's website trying to view their keyboards. The site probably crashed on me 10 times before I gave up.

Flash content also doesnt play immediately. The browser will display a flash icon where the content would normally be and you can click on it to start. This may seem nice, and it would be if it worked right. The problem is that sometimes the flash icons will be oversized and cover most of your screen hiding normal content like text behind it. You have no choice but to click on it to view whats behind it. When you do that and then it crashes the browser, its very annoying.

I have tried it with both Safari and Atomic Web. I am probably in the minority of people who would like to have the OPTION to turn flash content on (def not on all the time). In the end though it just became a huge PITA and the very small pros didnt outweight the huge cons.
 

CrAkD

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Feb 15, 2010
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I had it installed for about a week and removed it. Its ridiculously unstable. I checked out some flash animations from newgrounds which worked somewhat well. The problem is all of the random crashes.

I was out on Logitech's website trying to view their keyboards. The site probably crashed on me 10 times before I gave up.

Flash content also doesnt play immediately. The browser will display a flash icon where the content would normally be and you can click on it to start. This may seem nice, and it would be if it worked right. The problem is that sometimes the flash icons will be oversized and cover most of your screen hiding normal content like text behind it. You have no choice but to click on it to view whats behind it. When you do that and then it crashes the browser, its very annoying.

I have tried it with both Safari and Atomic Web. I am probably in the minority of people who would like to have the OPTION to turn flash content on (def not on all the time). In the end though it just became a huge PITA and the very small pros didnt outweight the huge cons.
I couldnt have said it better. I had all the same issues finally uninstalled it. onlythings it played good were ads and homestarrunner videos.
 

Geoff.

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Jun 1, 2009
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Okay well that's all and good but can someone please answer my question??
 
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