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Mac OSX vs. Adobe Flash

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by royceem, Feb 18, 2013.

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  1. royceem

    royceem Thread Starter

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    I have a mac osx 10.6.8. I just bought a panasonic TC p55 st50 viera. My internet is through a local cable, with modem/wireless. When linking the TV with the internet to view videos with you tube or from a web site, some videos won't work. The window says I don't have the correct Flash player, or it is not installed. Is it me or did I install something wrong?
     
  2. ETech7

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    Your tvs browser doesn't have flash plugin installed. Use YouTube application instead (if it has it).
     
  3. royceem

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    Is this something I can install, if so where would I look? I did use you tube to view a video, Pink Floyd. One video was viewable and the other one wasn't.
     
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    How is this related to OS X?
    Aren't you using the builtin in support of the TV for accessing the Internet?

    Are you just using the TV browser or is the YouTube app that is likely downloadable in Viera Connect Store?
     
  5. royceem

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    Yes I'm using the built in viera connect for web browsing and you tube. Both are built in. wireless connection.
     
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