+Klaatu von Schlacker
, it's not for the lack of trying. Many of the baked-in videos on the major league baseball websites do not work on flsh. Of course they are flash-driven. On the other hand, my wife's addicted website, pogo.com
does not work on Firefox either, but when she opens her links inside pogo, she gets a warning stating: Important Update: Java No Longer Supported in Google Chrome – Learn More
Which doesn't seem to bother her since all the games she likes are either being driven by the open source equivalents or the games she plays do not require Java. Some do and some don't. It's the same with Flash-driven games. Some games work fine on Pogo in Firefox, but none using Flash.
Both Chrome and Firefox are doing their damned best to kill both. I find it a real PITA to have to use two or even three browsers in my work day, but I believe the Internet, as an entity; is beginning a historic change. A change that will take the better part of a decade to implement. How long has Flash and Java been the main nerve centers for the Internet? Almost since the beginning IIRC. Both protocols need to die by fire, but it's both unwise and short sighted to quit supporting an important cog in the machine until you have a replacement for it on hand.