Old 12th September 2013, 00:27
TwoToneDearly TwoToneDearly is offline
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Originally Posted by jasonlive View Post

We're unable to replicate this with the same Flash version. If you're still experiencing the issue, I recommend seeking assistance in Adobe's support center:

You may want to monitor your CPU to ensure it isn't being maxed out.

Why don't you monitor your own site? everybody here is having the same problem with your livestream player, fix the problem already!
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Old 14th September 2013, 18:56
TwoToneDearly TwoToneDearly is offline
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still waiting for a solution.
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Old 15th September 2013, 03:48
Keishinkae Keishinkae is offline
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Flash player has updated. And guess what. The problem still persists! So, even with the player updated, the crashes still are happening..

Cant be my computer either since other people are also having the same issue.
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Old 1st February 2014, 04:15
skbak skbak is offline
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wow, still broken!
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Old 2nd February 2014, 12:52
bblinder bblinder is offline
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Try a global flash cache purge.

If you're on Windows, go into the start menu and enter*into the search bar "%appdata%\adobe" --> then delete the Flash player folder.

Next, enter into the search bar "%appdata%\macromedia" --> once more, delete*the Flash player folder.

If you're on a Mac, go into your System Preferences --> select "Flash Player" --> select the Advanced tab --> Delete all.

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all browsers, crash, flash, livestream

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