Flash Player 6,0,79,0
Macromedia Flash Player 6 Update, Version 6.0r79
Windows, Macintosh Classic, Mac OS X, and Linux
In an effort to keep our customers up to date with the most recent features, functionality and bug fixes, we have issued a new version of the player: Macromedia Flash Player 6.0r79. With these improvements, customers will be able to take advantage of reliable playback of audio and video streams via Macromedia Flash Communication Server MX and security enhancements. Macromedia recommends that all users upgrade to the latest version of Macromedia Flash Player. This update is version 6.0r79.
Cumulative Security Patch
Macromedia is committed to protecting its customers in relation to security and privacy. This is a long-term effort for Macromedia across all products. Recently, Macromedia became aware of a potential security issue with sandbox integrity. A new version of Macromedia Flash Player fixes this issue and other security issues to protect our users from content that tries to execute malicious code on the users machine. Macromedia is categorizing this as an important update and recommends users immediately update to the newest player. For more information please visit: www.macromedia.com/security/.
Macromedia Flash Communication Server MX Enhancements
* Audio synchronization with video has been significantly improved for live streams with Macromedia Flash Communication Server. The video images should also display more smoothly in live mode.
* The management of audio delay (latency) for live streams is significantly improved. Users should hear fewer gaps in live audio and in most cases the audio delay should be much lower. Note that for good audio performance, it is very important that the microphone and gain level are configured properly so the player can detect silence intervals.
* There is a new property, liveDelay, available on the NetStream object when in live mode. This property gives an approximation of how much delay is in the audio stream as a result of varying network delays. The property is read only and is represented in seconds.
* Synchronization of audio, video and data messages during playback in a buffered stream is much more precise. Also, the stream time property will now increase smoothly, whereas it used to increase in steps as the messages arrived at the player.
Time Zone Fix
Fixed invalid daylight savings time offset in the southern hemisphere.
Nested Masks with Device Text
Fixed rendering bug with device text and nested masks. This issue was only present on Windows XP.
Screen Reader Crash
The Windows Tablet PC Operating System ships with the Screen Reader Speak Text on by default. This system along with others that rely on a screen reader were experiencing a crash on certain web sites. This issue has been resolved.
Where is Flash player located? I have done a search on my computer and I can not find it.. All I know is that i am getting sick of IE crashing all of the time. Pease help! I do not want to reformatt my computer because of this thing! Sick of the "flash player debug consol" pop up then crashing!Comment by Jennie at August 3, 2004 04:41 AM | Permalink
Where is Flash player located? I have done a search on my computer and I can not find it.. All I know is that i am getting sick of IE crashing all of the time. Pease help! I do not want to reformatt my computer because of this thing! Sick of the "flash player debug consol" pop up then crashing!Comment by shyam at February 16, 2011 01:33 PM | Permalink