I am running Chromodo Browser v 220.127.116.11 and I don’t see the built in flash support that chromium based browsers use by default. When I go to a site using flash I get an alert that I need to install flash. If I do install the stand alone flash plugin then when I look flash pages I get an error that the shockwave flash has crashed. Restarting the tab just causes it to crash again. Point is, I can’t get flash working.
I know at one point flash was working in dragon or chromodo (I’ve been using them for sometime now) but now it’s not.
Any tips on how to troubleshoot this and get it working again?
Here is a screenshot of my plugins page… you can see that only one flash entry is listed and it’s not the chromium version.
Unless there have been some recent changes that I am unaware of, Chromium does not ship with the Flash plugin.
Google Chrome does ship with PepperFlash (PPAPI), which is not included with Comodos browsers.
This may change in the future, I imagine it is depending on licencing requirements.
At this moment I am still running Adobe Flash (NPAPI), from the link below select (NPAPI) for Firefox which also supports Chromium based browsers.
Ok so further testing shows the problem extension to be HTTPS Everywhere 2015.4.7. The solution was to uncheck “youtube” on the pages where the video was crashing. At least that was the solution for the video I was trying to watch on a NON youtube site where the video was hosted at youtube.
I hope this helps others that might be having this problem.
i have the newest chromodo just installed it yesterday and still got the problems unfortunately i also know the problem its the same problem as comodo dragon had. it only uses html 5 and that’s not support by most videos yet but i cannot change it