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Is there any Flash player for Mozilla Firefox instead of Shockwave Flash plugin?

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What's wrong with the official plugin that a third party one would resolve? –  ceejayoz Nov 21 '09 at 13:17
    
Might want to edit that title to reflect that you're looking for an Adobe alternative. –  Nathaniel Nov 25 '09 at 20:01
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if you don't want any headaches use the standard flash plug-in

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To answer the question asked: There are alternative players on linux, libflash-mozplugin for one, but not on Windows so far as I know.

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if you're running linux, there is gnash, the FSF endorsed flash player.

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+1 correct answer. It's not worth using though. Don't expect any games to work. Youtube might though. –  Brendan Long Dec 1 '09 at 2:24
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