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Old 18th June 2008
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Default Opera on FreeBSD

Hi to all

After many years as a of mozilla/firefox user, I decided to try Opera - I have installed the new Opera 9.50 ( native FreeBSD 7.0 amd64) and I want to enable the flash plugin.

After the installation of the Opera, I did 'about: plugins" and I was surprised to seeing all the plugins that my firefox used!!

Among them, there was also the flash plugin ( linux flashplugin 7) listed as shown below:

Shockwave Flash

Shockwave Flashapplication/futuresplash	spl
application/x-shockwave-flash	swf
I browsed many flash-equipped web sites with success, but when I visited Youtube it hanged very badly!!!!

Do you have any suggestions please?
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