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Hmmm... all I got was a screen saying "You need Macromedia Flash in order to view the movies", which is strange because I have got Flash installed properly and every other Flash site I've been to works OK. Weird.
Originally posted by Thymox Hmmm... all I got was a screen saying "You need Macromedia Flash in order to view the movies", which is strange because I have got Flash installed properly and every other Flash site I've been to works OK. Weird.
Now that's annoying. I just installed the latest Flash plugin. It doesn't work under Galeon (even with the correct plugins symlinked into the correct place) but it does work under Mozilla. Not to worry, though... it looks like it'd take a while on 56k dialup
That was a great movie! really funny and very like the kind of better commercials they have in Europe, being that it's from Denmark, I see why. By the way, they didn't say LQ.org, cause those words don't in exist in Danish, so they would have to say it in English!
Dammit! I hate it when I'm being stupid. You were right, I needed a newer Flash. It still didn't work, however, because I was running Galeon when I installed the libflashsomething.so file. D'oh! Runs fine. Good 'advert' thingy. Cheers.