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I'm confused on how to install flash. How can I get flash on the iCab browser? I am running Mac OS 9.
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unfortunately adobe does not support mac os 9 anymore and it is impossible to get any recent version of flash
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Don't remember just where I got it, but it does work. Most sites though require Flash 8 to work (Flash 9 is the current version). YouTube works with Flash 7, but due to iCab's abysmal speed, not very well in OS 9.

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You didn't respond if you got it working but here is where you install Flash 7 for OS 9:
http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/about/

From here you should be able to download version 7.0.73.0. Just unstuff it (should do it automatically with iCab) and drag it to the 'Internet Plug-ins' folder in your system folder.

Then you'll have the wonderful priveldge of seeing all those beautiful seizure-inducing flashing banner ads!

Though you might consider WAMCom after This Thread .

Hope this helps, let us know.

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