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how can i run older versions of flash player on youtube etc without being prompted to update my flash player/not being able to use the old version?
i want to run adobe flash player 10.3 on youtube etc because it has little to no fps lag on videos compared to the newer versions of adobe flash on my current laptop. is there any way to disable the checking of my flash player version in firefox so i wont be prompted to upgrade and i can use flash 10.3 to watch videos? plz help ty.
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hello mrjgriffin413, maybe a different suggestion: does the html5-player on youtube work with the desired quality?
the html5 player actually takes up system resources for me
Note that you seem to be using a 64 bit Waterfox version, so things may be different then for the current Firefox 26 release or do you have a user agent override pref (general.useragent.override)?
- Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT; Win64; x64; rv:26.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/26.0 Waterfox/26.0
What Windows Operating System do you run?