[K12OSN] from adobe

"Terrell Prudé Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Wed Jan 30 19:09:20 UTC 2008

I called them yesterday asking about *any* 64-bit Flash player.  I got
some script-reader in India, so I asked him about a 64-bit MS Windows
version.  He basically told me no, there is no 64-bit player.

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Travis Smith wrote:
> Figured wouldn't hurt to start bugging adobe about the 64 bit flash
> player and below is their response. Doesn't look like anytime in the
> near future unfortunately.
> Hello Travis,
> Thank you for contacting Adobe Open Options.
> Travis, I understand that you want to know if there is a plan for Linux
> version of 64 bit Flash Player and you have difficulty in viewing the
> issue that you type in the comment box on the Licensing Web site.
> With regard to your inquiry, we need to inform you that Adobe® Systems
> continuously develops new applications and improves existing products,
> but we are unable to comment on unreleased products until a press
> release is posted. When new releases become available, the details
> regarding new features and purchasing information will be posted on the
> Adobe Web site at the following URL:
> http://www.adobe.com
> Travis, please visit the following URL on the Adobe Web site for the
> latest customer service and technical information:
> http://www.adobe.com/support/main.html
> If you would like to report a technical "bug" issue that occurs with an
> Adobe product, please refer to the following URL for your reporting
> options:
> http://www.adobe.com/misc/bugreport.html
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