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Firefox 66 64bit hangs up when exiting Flash Player 32 64bit after enabling a view cam in a cam/chat room requiring flash player.

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Firefox 66 64bit (installed) completely hangs up when exiting a "view cam" in a cam/chat room requiring the use of Flash Player 32 64bit (installed). Must 'end task' to close Firefox program. If I do not enable 'view cam' within the website chat room, Firefox does not hang up. ?? Firefox and FlashPlayer are current 64 bit installations. Running Windows 10 with 1084 build (awaiting May 2019 update release). Plenty of RAM, disc space, etc. on a Dell 7579 Laptop. What fix is required to stop FireFox 66 64bit from hanging up when exiting a view cam from Flash Player 32 64bit program??? Really a problem to 'end task' and restart and not be able to switch back and forth because Firefox is hanging up. Thanks for help!!

Firefox 66 64bit (installed) completely hangs up when exiting a "view cam" in a cam/chat room requiring the use of Flash Player 32 64bit (installed). Must 'end task' to close Firefox program. If I do not enable 'view cam' within the website chat room, Firefox does not hang up. ?? Firefox and FlashPlayer are current 64 bit installations. Running Windows 10 with 1084 build (awaiting May 2019 update release). Plenty of RAM, disc space, etc. on a Dell 7579 Laptop. What fix is required to stop FireFox 66 64bit from hanging up when exiting a view cam from Flash Player 32 64bit program??? Really a problem to 'end task' and restart and not be able to switch back and forth because Firefox is hanging up. Thanks for help!!
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  • Shockwave Flash 32.0 r0

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:66.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/66.0

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cor-el
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Firefox would normally abort the Flash plugin after about one minute or when the plugin-container process otherwise crashes unless you have disabled these features.

Are there dom.ipc prefs that show user set (bold) on the about:config page ?

You do have enabled the multi-process feature in Firefox if you check this on the "Help -> Troubleshooting Information" (about:support) page?

Firefox would normally abort the Flash plugin after about one minute or when the plugin-container process otherwise crashes unless you have disabled these features. Are there <b>dom.ipc</b> prefs that show user set (bold) on the <b>about:config</b> page ? You do have enabled the multi-process feature in Firefox if you check this on the "Help -> Troubleshooting Information" (about:support) page? *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/performance-settings
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Not sure how to find 'dom.ipc'. Here is my trouble shooting information page and my installed plug in page. Still need help. Not too computer savvy here! Thanks in advance.

Not sure how to find 'dom.ipc'. Here is my trouble shooting information page and my installed plug in page. Still need help. Not too computer savvy here! Thanks in advance.
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