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[opensuse] Cualquiera más viendo Flash contenido con rojo y azul swappe

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Subject: [opensuse] Cualquiera más viendo Flash contenido con rojo y azul swapped?
From: C <smaug42@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 20:08:21 +0200
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Por si acaso cualquiera más está viendo esto bastante molestando y extraño
*behavior con el más tardío 11.2 liberación de *Flash... Es un asunto bien
sabido y *Adobe básicamente está ignorándolo.  Su respuesta de stock es para
decir "no apoyamos correo de Linux 11.2" (incluso aunque esto ES un *bug en
11.2) y entonces cierran el *bug.

Ver el *bug informes en:
*https://*bugbase.*adobe.*com/Índice.*cfm?Acontecimiento=*bug&*id=3077076
*https://*bugbase.*adobe.*com/Índice.*cfm?Acontecimiento=*bug&*id=3097844
*https://*bugbase.*adobe.*com/Índice.*cfm?Acontecimiento=*bug&*id=3109467
*https://*bugbase.*adobe.*com/Índice.*cfm?Acontecimiento=*bug&*id=3120888
*https://*bugbase.*adobe.*com/Índice.*cfm?Acontecimiento=*bug&*id=3136745 (quieto abierto.. Por ahora)

puedes trabajar alrededor del *bug por imposibilitar Aceleración de Hardware y *reloading
la página... O ruedas atrás a *Flash 11.1.

El *workaround no es un fijar... Es justo un *workaround.  Yo  no ahora qué
crítico es para tener HW *Accel habilitado para la mayoría de personas... Pero tan lejos
parece para ser la manera única alrededor del problema (a no ser que alguien aquí
sabe de otra solución), y *Adobe lo ha hecho bastante claro tan lejos
que no son interesados en fijarlo.

*C.
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Just in case anyone else is seeing this rather annoying and odd
behavior with the latest 11.2 release of Flash... it's a well known
issue and Adobe is basically ignoring it.  Their stock response is to
say "We don't support Linux post 11.2" (even though this IS a bug in
11.2) and then they close the bug.

See the bug reports at:
https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3077076
https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3097844
https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3109467
https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3120888
https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3136745 (still open.. for now)

You can work around the bug by disabling Hardware Acceleration and
reloading the page... or you roll back to Flash 11.1.

The workaround isn't a fix... it's just a workaround.  I don't now how
critical it is to have HW Accel enabled for most people... but so far
it seems to be the only way around the problem (unless someone here
knows of another solution), and Adobe have made it pretty clear so far
that they're not interested in fixing it.

C.
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