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[[file:flash-storage.png|thumb|393px|'''Figure 8.18a: Flash Player Configuration Utility''']]
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[[file:flash-storage.png|thumb|393px|'''Figure 8.20a: Flash Player Configuration Utility''']]
  
 
This utility allows for changes to various configuration settings related to {{Citelink|wp|url=Adobe_Flash|txt=Adobe Flash}}. Many of the same configurations can be done via right-click within an active flash object in a web browser.
 
This utility allows for changes to various configuration settings related to {{Citelink|wp|url=Adobe_Flash|txt=Adobe Flash}}. Many of the same configurations can be done via right-click within an active flash object in a web browser.
  
To access the utility shown in Figure 8.18a, use {{traverse|Control Panel|Adobe Flash Player preferences|here=Adobe Flash Player preferences}} or open an xterm and type '''flash-player-properties'''.
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To access the utility shown in Figure 8.20a, use {{traverse|Control Panel|Adobe Flash Player preferences|here=Adobe Flash Player preferences}} or open an xterm and type '''flash-player-properties'''.
  
 
The options available in each tab and when to use them are described at the Adobe website:
 
The options available in each tab and when to use them are described at the Adobe website:

Latest revision as of 13:14, 27 December 2013


Figure 8.20a: Flash Player Configuration Utility

This utility allows for changes to various configuration settings related to Adobe Flash[1]. Many of the same configurations can be done via right-click within an active flash object in a web browser.

To access the utility shown in Figure 8.20a, use Control Panel/10.0 → Adobe Flash Player preferences/10.0 or open an xterm and type flash-player-properties.

The options available in each tab and when to use them are described at the Adobe website:

  • Storage:[2] describes private browsing support and the privacy issues associated with local storage of flash information.
  • Camera and Mic:[3] controls how websites can use your computer’s camera and microphone.
  • Playback:[4] describes how to configure peer-assisted networking to improve bandwidth.
  • Advanced:[5] controls how Flash Player handles browsing data, updates, trusted locations, and protected content.


References


  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Flash
  2. http://adobe.com/go/flash-player-settings-storage
  3. http://adobe.com/go/flash-player-settings-camera-and-mic
  4. http://adobe.com/go/flash-player-settings-playback
  5. http://adobe.com/go/flash-player-settings-advanced
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