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[Flash Player] "enable hardware acceleration" missing !

Orphydian

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I cant see that option anymore when right-clicking a video -on both IE and chrome and going to setings !
 

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Still available in Firefox
 

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Orphydian

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Orphydian

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well we had that option in the contextual menu of any flash video. Where exactly is it located now in browsers settings?
 

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startas

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Chrome - settings -> advanced settings -> "use hardware acceleration..." down the bottom.
IE - internet options -> [tab] advanced -> THE FIRST OPTION - select to disable HA, deselect to enable.

Why are you looking for it ? its enabled by default anyway.
 

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Orphydian

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I cant find it ..the last item is background aplications
 

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startas

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Old chrome version ? or maybe try beta/dev versions, those are "as stable as chrome can be", but with newer features and have that option, cause i use it myself for now.
 

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Orphydian

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I have the 26.0.1410. 64 version? isn this the latest one?. Are u sure do you have the option? Chrome has change some things recently
 

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Orphydian

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