Replacement for Flash Player

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Is there a program that replaced Adobe Flash Player?
 
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HTML5 has been used by most developers to supplant the functionality afforded previously by Flash.
 

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There's an open source Flash player alternative called Ruffle. I've tried using it to see if I could get the management software for VMware to work. Unfortunately, it didn't work for me.
 

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What is a good replacement for Adobe Flash Player. I was using it to add to images and graphics. I do believe I've already posted this question.
 
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What is a good replacement for Adobe Flash Player. I was using it to add to images and graphics. I do believe I've already posted this question.
I was using it for making siggies and avatars. Is there a replacement that will do the same thing?
 

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I was using it to add to images and graphics.
You do realize that no one runs flash, so your flash images and graphics will not show up for others to see.
 

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Have you checked the cd program you are using if it has an older version of adobe flash player in it.
 

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I've merged both threads together. Please do not start more than one thread for the same thing. When threads are locked due to inactivity kindly use the report button to request that it be unlocked if you wish to reply there. Thanks. :)
 

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Rather than being stuck in the past with redundant software, why not look at using HTML5 to replicate what you were doing previously in Flash?
 
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