Maybe they’ll just bring back Wallaby, the alpha of which I still have on my computer.
I thought I read somewhere that it is (sort of) on mobile, but it's sandboxed inside apps (mostly games) that were developed with Flash.
I don't have Flash installed on my desktop, but I use Chrome when I really need to use flash. Unfortunately, many educational sites still use flash for their content, as does at least one major utility company (Southern California Edison). I can see how certain sites do not have the resources to move away from Flash in the near term, but a major utility has no excuse.
Just kill it already, worst effing idea and execution is what flash has been, and a nightmare of security vulnerabilities.
Lynda.com uses Flash for their courses. I'm not sure HTML 5 could do what they use Flash for. It is very complex the way they have integrated the movie, the lesson files, the text, your progress, etc. They should have the resources though to convert it, especially since Linkedin bought them.
They do have an iPad version but for the desktop they still use Flash for some reason.
I've converted all my Flash to HTML 5, surprisingly using Flash CC to do it.
I once had to smack together a setup for someone who wanted to access his bank from his iPad. The bank used Flash only for the login box, because–get this–it recorded the way in which the username and password were typed in. If it deviated from previous methods, they wouldn’t let you in, even if you had both correct, because it assumed “it wasn’t you” because of the different way of typing.
Wow stick a fork in this steaming pile. Kill it already adobe. Suckers been in a coma on life support for years now, just let this damn plague of a piece of software die.
Never missed it. Never used it for as long as iPhone 1. Steve Jobs did the right thing for Apple: no stupid Flash for phone.
You mean like the BBC as one example?
I have been nagging them for at least a year to dump this PoS but....
These f'ing s-for-brains. I just installed 220.127.116.11 last night (release day).
I f'ing hate having it installed, and I have it blocked for every site except for the 1 or 2 that I absolutely (begrudgingly) have to use it for.
PLEASE just shoot this thing.
Don't install flash in the system, just keep a copy of crome around for sites that require it (like Hulu) (chrome has flash imbedded in the app)
So... compromise by just giving your information to Google.
Why not just install it, turn it off, and only tick the on box in Safari when you absolutely need it? I leave ClickToFlash at all times anyway, because it forces MP4 video on sites and it loads in an embedded QuickTime window (right-click “Download” for anything, thanks Mavericks and newer!).
I have finally uninstalled Flash. The only reason it went back originally was because YouTube kept complaining and not playing videos.
ClickToFlash without having Flash installed solves that.
ClicktoFlash caused too many problems for me in the past. The easier solution was to have Little Snitch always ask me whenever the Flash plugin wants to access the Net. I only allow for the site I'm visiting and only until I quit the browser.
So a response from the real world: Then that old material will never again be used, costing potential business and thus currency.