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I was wondering if there is an alternative to Adobe flash player for Tiger 10.4.11 ? I don't meet system requirments according to their site.
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I guess your computer is powerPC?
If not (ie, it's Intel), buy Snow Leopard $29 and you'll be able to use the latest software.

My PPC 10.4.11 MDD Mac uses the last Flash for PPC, v 10.1.102 - works fine.
This version is only available in a large archive download (there are several versions in one download):
http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get....0_archive.zip
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I am not sure if it is intel or power p c. Not sure what that even is or how one determines this?
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To determine whether it's powerPC based or Intel go to the Apple menu click on About This Mac...
It will say it in the processor line of the about This Mac box. Hope this helps.
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It's a power pc . So I geuss I should download the link above?
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Yes, download the "archive," extract it, and find the correct version for your PPC Mac and install that.
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Not sure which one would be compatible? I am not the most knowledgable about this computer stuff. My mac is os x 10.4.11.
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