Adobe: New Flash Player 9 for Vista and Linux

img missing A new release of Adobe Flash Player 9 has been made available for download today on the Adobe labs web site.

In addition to bug fixes and minor enhancements, the new release introduces support for full screen mode in the web player and support for Windows Vista.
A prerelease build of Flash Player 9 Update for the Linux platform is included.

The Flash Player 9 Update for Linux currently does not include full-screen mode and complete SSL support (SSL support is currently available in the Linux Plugin but not the Linux Standalone Player). Linux Full-screen mode and SSL support will be available in the final release.





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