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Posted: Thu May 20, 2010 8:01 pm   Post subject: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

Hey, I just installed iSpring today, and it's been giving me a lot of grief. First I tried to use the free trial of iSpring Pro, but Powerpoint would experience a problem with the add-in, so I'd have to disable it. So I decided to give the free version a try. It ran well with Powerpoint, but when I tried to convert my .ppt to flash, iSpring was telling me I needed Flash Player 8 or higher to use. I have Flash Player 10 installed.

I have Powerpoint 2010 64-bit, so I made sure to install the version of iSpring for it. The build I was given was iSpring Free 5.0.0.2848, so I tried to update it, but then I would get the same problem as with iPsring Pro: Powerpoint would encounter an error as ask me to disable it.

Thanks for any help.


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Posted: Fri May 21, 2010 9:33 am   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

Thank you for your feedback.
Please make sure that:
1. You do really have Flash Player 8 or higher installed.

For instance, your computer may open .SWF files with older version of Standalone Flash player (version 6 or 7). In this case you may need to open SWF files with your favorite browser which, I am sure, have the latest Flash player plugin installed. Another way to open iSpring generated content in web browser is to enabled "Generate HTML" checkbox.

Some iSpring features (for example, Insert Youtube or Insert Flash options) requires Adobe Flash Player 8 ActiveX to be installed. You may install Adobe Flash Player ActiveX by opening the Flash player installation page in Internet Explorer:
http://adobe.com/go/getflash
Please make sure you are using Internet Explorer (not Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome or some other web browser).
Since you are using PowerPoint 2010 64 bit edition you need a 64 bit version of Adobe Flash player ActiveX. Currently Adobe do not offer 64 bit version of Flash player. That is why Insert Youtube or Insert Flash options are not available in your PowerPoint 2010.

You may find a solution on how to enable iSpring in your PowerPoint using our FAQ base:
http://www.ispringsolutions.com/kb/faq.html


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Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 5:08 am   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

Hello,
I just got a similar problem here. It kept saying that Adobe Flash Player 10 or higher is needed when I tried to insert web object using iSpring Converter. I've followed the link to the Adobe site using IE and followed the instructions-enable flash player and disable ActiveX Filtering. However, nothing changed... I've checked that I do have Adobe Flash Player 30 PPAPI installed on my laptop here. Things were fine in June. I wonder why suddenly it requires something already installed?? Thanks.


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Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 8:14 am   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

Hi Monica,

I've responded to your email.

PS: To you who reads this post and has the same error – please contact us at support@ispringsolutions.com for the solution.

Paul


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Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:20 pm   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

I have the same problem.
My PC has windows 10, I have installed Flash Player 10 and I have Powerpoint 2016, when I try to put a web object on the presentation I got that this feature requires Adobe Flash Player 10 or higher to be installed.

Can you help me please?

Thanks in advance

Gustavo Chico


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Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:27 pm   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

Hello Gustavo,

Please contact me at support@ispringsolutions.com and I will share with you a fix for this issue.
Hope to hear from you soon!


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Posted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:45 am   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

I think this issue common; sometimes back I had also faced this issue. I'll suggest, you should read this blog, How to Unblock Adobe Flash Player, they have provided all the different ways to resolve the issue. I'm sure your issue will be resolved.
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Posted: Tue Nov 20, 2018 11:26 am   Post subject: Re: Not recognizing Flash Player 10

I found another (better) solution: It turns out that Microsoft is now blocking Adobe Shockwave, Flash, and Silverlight in Office. Downloading and running the following registry keys (available in the Office Support homepage) allowed the publish window to launch work: http://support.office.com/en-us/article ... n-US&ad=US

Good luck!


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