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how do i get the flash-player icon off my desktop without deleting it?

Why is flash-player registered as a plug in device when i click on finder? it has the little eject button on it when i click on finder, and do any of you have flash-player?
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Cause after you install it you are suppose to eject the disk image. >_>"

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how do i get the flash-player icon off my desktop without deleting it?

Why is flash-player registered as a plug in device when i click on finder? it has the little eject button on it when i click on finder, and do any of you have flash-player?
If you go to HD/Applications/Utilities/ you should have Adobe Flash player install manager in there. If you open that and it gives you the option to uninstall, this means that it is installed, and you have no problem with deleting the icon from your desktop.

The plug in should be in HD/Library/internet plugins. As long as it is, you can just delete it from your desktop.
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