sjfandan wrote:I have been fighting with Flash Player issues in SJ for a few days. Have discovered that the Pepperflash plugin (v. 220.127.116.11) needs to be updated to the same version as Adobe Flash (18.104.22.168). If I enable Pepperflash under plugins I get an error message whenever I visit a Flash-enabled site like Spotify that the plugin is out of date and needs to be updated. If I disable it and use Adobe Flash, the message goes away.
Anybody with Slimjet or otherwise know when the Pepperflash plugin will get updated? Thanks!
I keep rolling back to version 22.214.171.124 because of the messed up toolbar. So I update the ADOBE Pepperflash manually. (you should just disable flash to begin with - NO HTML5 don't use it)
But to keep it updated using the newest version or an older more functioning version of Slimjet just do this.
Go here http://www.beast-usa.com/downloads/adobe-downloads.html
(one of my sites no junk, no tracking, no please may I, I agree, JUST DOWNLOADS and geek help)
or here https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb ... ars_text_4
Download ADOBE Pepperflash, install it.
Then go here C:\Windows\System 32\Macromed\Flash
Copy these two files manifest.json and pepflashplayer64_18_0_0_209.dll
Put them in a new folder you made/make I have one called Slimjet-Flash-Fix
Rename pepflashplayer64_18_0_0_209.dll to pepflashplayer.dll
Now you should have two files in "Slimjet-Flash-Fix" manifest.json & pepflashplayer.dll
Then copy them and pastes them into these folders.
64 bit or 32 bit systems C:\Program Files\Slimjet\PepperFlash (Say yes to overwrite)
32bit Slimjet on a 64 bit system C:\Program Files (x86)\Slimjet\PepperFlash
Then you have a working updated version of ADOBE PepperFlash.
If you don't want to do all that I have the manifest.json & pepflashplayer.dll in a zip file to download.
http://www.beast-usa.com/downloads/brow ... wsers.html
Right hand side scroll down look for Slimjet. I've tested the those files on Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 Pro, Ultimate, Home, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008R2 32 & 64 bit No problem.