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Old 08-27-2016, 01:49 PM   #16
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Well, yes, until you find the TV programs that you're paying taxes for aren't viewable without Flash (BBC) or similar. I now refuse to pay for any content delivered by Flash and my Flash use is, therefore, almost nil but when it's needed it's needed.
Maybe write to them or create kind of a campaign? I believe many people in UK would agree on moving away from it.

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and believe it or not, web designers, or whatever the people in charge are called, are moving away from flash, and towards html5 and complex (and terribly resource hungry) CSS animations and the like.
That's why I prefer simple websites. Nothing fancy. This and this.
 
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Maybe write to them or create kind of a campaign? I believe many people in UK would agree on moving away from it.
They are moving away from it but it's taking a while.
 
  


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