adobe flash player

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adobe flash player

Post: #108162 Brod
Mon Jun 09, 2008 1:58 pm

The last couple of days every time i visit the site after a couple of seconds the text scrolls down "this site wants to install "Adobe pflash player etc" Click on the cross to delete it and it reappears when i open the next thread. Not only do i find the text scrolling down very irratating but it adds 20 secs or so every time i change thread and it adds up.

So can any more IT literate member tell me (in very baby steps please :lol: how i can permenantly delete it . ta.
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Post: #108328 the.fee.fairy
Tue Jun 10, 2008 12:45 pm

hmmm...i have no idea...

I'm not that technically minded, but i thought i'd reply so that you know there's someone out there taking some notice!!

I'll move this to the technical thread - coomputers and whatnot, then it'll be seen by the more computery people.

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Post: #108363 MKG
Tue Jun 10, 2008 4:02 pm

Do you mean this site?????

John Headstrong

Post: #108370 John Headstrong
Tue Jun 10, 2008 4:22 pm

some of the adverts are flash based, that is why your computer is asking for flash player to be installed.

you could always install Adobe flash player.

I have changed the adverts to be text based, mainly because the "ethical superstore" adverts where getting far to much time.

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Post: #108490 Brod
Wed Jun 11, 2008 7:07 am

Cheers for that. Being an emperical engineer rather than an electronics man I found it rather fustrating to have a problem and not knowing what to do about it.
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