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Adobe Flash Needs JavaScript to Run

Just tried to access the Virgin America's web site, which requires Adobe Flash to work. The web site politely mentioned that to me. I thought I had already installed it on this computer. Anyway, I clicked on the Adobe Flash download link to download the installer. Then I shut down Firefox and ran the installer. Next, I started up Firefox to get to Virgin America's web site. Still, the need Adobe Flash message persisted. That was interesting. I installed Adobe Flash again. But the problem was still there. That's when I remembered that I had disabled JavaScript on this computer. I enabled JavaScript, reloaded the Virgin America web site and it worked.

Chieh Cheng
Mon, 07 Jul 2008 05:06:07 +0000

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