Bart, the Flash player (or any plugin) is not supported in
TenFourFox. You may be able to watch videos that are offered in
HTML5/web.m on some websites (e.g. YouTube) or to download the
Flash video and watch it offline using a download site such as
However, if you find no workaround for sites that require Flash,
you will have to use another browser for these sites (Safari,
Opera, OmniWeb or Camino).
Flash is still unsupported and will stop working completely in
the following versions (>17) of TenFourFox. If you run Flash in
17 or earlier, you're on your own because we have no access to the
code of this ancient plugin. The Flash 11 hack is still just Flash
10.2 with all its security holes, and if a website requires new
Flash 11 features, it won't work with this hack.
Yes, I have noticed that Flash sites only work for me with TenFourFox
17.0.7 and are broken in later versions. At least I now know that it
is not just my set up, and I might as well avoid all later versions.
BTW, that hack still works on every site I try it on! The new
versions of Flash server and client software seem to have few
improvements, the server software checks to see if the client is the
latest version, and as long as it thinks it is, everything just keeps
going as before.
The situation with iGlasses may be similar. iGlasses has an embedded
list of applications. Firefox appears on the list. TenFourFox does
So once again, we have two parties, each with an agenda, that makes
it impossible for their products to work together.
While researching your site, I came across a question which I
resolved successfully for myself some time earlier, and I wanted to
help another. I didn't pretend I was the author of the solution, and
merely posted 2 links. Many on other sites have posted successful
results after going to those links.
I was sincerely trying to give practical help, and not get involved
in discussions of Flash code, which truthfully, I know nothing about.
I'd still like very much to hear about similar iGlasses help.