The browsers I use are Mozilla Nightly and Comodo Dragon, and it seems like the Adobe Flash installer is having trouble distinguishing between the two.
I recently noticed that for some reason, YouTube videos and other Flash applications did not work in Dragon anymore, while I remember to have them work before. Dragon notified me of a plugin missing, so I tried installing Adobe Flash by going to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_redirect and installed it using the autodetected settings, ‘Windows 64-bit , English, Chrome’, but when I ran the installer, it urged me to close Nightly (I had it open at the time) halfway through the process. I did so, and exited the installer when it was done. However, nothing was installed on Dragon yet, as I didn’t see any plugin with a/the name (similar to) ‘(Adobe) Flash’. I tried rerunning the installer without closing Nightly and just telling it to retry, but it would just repeat the prompt.
After that, I went to the Adobe Flash page again and clicked ‘Do you have a different operating system or browser?’, which as expected didn’t have specific support for Dragon, so I just picked ‘Windows 7 64-bits, English, Other Browsers’. I reran the steps I took with the previous installer, but it still didn’t work.
- Mozilla Nightly has the last version of Adobe Flash.
- I use a Windows 7 64-bits system.
- If I’m right, Flash has worked on Dragon in the past. Not sure though.
Does anyone know how to fix this?
Thanks in advance,