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Flash player and Slide.com problems

by Angel_Wings00 / January 13, 2007 10:45 AM PST

I'm having a problem with Flash player 9.0 and the website www.slide.com. Until last night I could upload and view the slideshows fine. I've uninstalled the flash player two or three times and I've checked on their website and tested the flash player out and it works fine until I try to view a slide.com or rockyou.com slideshow. I'm running Windows XP and Firefox 2.0. Last night Microsoft had some new updates to upload and once it did, I lost the capability to view the slideshows!

Thank you for any suggestions!

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The latest
by PudgyOne / January 13, 2007 11:55 AM PST

Flash Player can be downloaded here

http://www.adobe.com/


If you are using NoScript, you have to tell it to allow

slide.com and
rockyou.com

If you don't you will get the error message saying that you do NOT have the latest version of Flash installed.


Hope this helps.


Rick

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Been there, done that!
by Angel_Wings00 / January 13, 2007 10:25 PM PST
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Rick,
Thanks! I had already done the latest download, uninstall and downloaded again and installed and it still doesn't work. I have NoScript but I added those sites to the allow list still doesn't work, even turned off the NoScript and I still can't see them! I checked out another site that does slideshows, Picture Trail, and I can see theirs fine! It certainly has me baffled! The updates from MS showed a Javascript logo so I'm going to check into that today!
Thanks again!
Angel_Wings00

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Nothing has worked
by Angel_Wings00 / January 15, 2007 4:22 AM PST
In reply to: Been there, done that!

Everything that I read about, I've done:
Clear Cookies
Clear cache
Turn off firewall (Norton)
Uninstalled NoScript on Firefox 2.0
Uninstalled and Reinstalled Flash Player 9.0
Reloaded the page
Did a test of Flash Player (it works but for these 2 sites!)
Allowed www.slide.com and www.rockyou.com onto my list

Nothing...has fixed the issue!
Angel_Wings00

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