/Firefox Client Side Decoration Flatpak + Flash plugin

Firefox Client Side Decoration Flatpak + Flash plugin

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hello everyone and welcome to my channel today we'll see how it is easy to install Firefox CSD with Adobe Flash enabled you probably know that the flatpak version of Firefox cannot play flash videos at all it's like a pain in the neck not to be able to watch your favourite videos or movies so let's dive in and try to install the flatpak version of the Firefox from this website. By the way, you'll find all the links below in the description.

As you can see in this website, there are ultimately different ways to install a flatpak version of Firefox. Let's install the bundle one. So you download the package and wait for it until it finishes downloading. whenever it fails to download just resume again and again until you successfully download the package. Once it's done, open the folder where it is located and right-click on it then open it with software center or just double click on it. For me, I have already installed this package. So let's launch Firefox and see how it looks like. To remove the default title bar like what I did in here, you need to go to the menu and look for customize option. Ok! at the bottom of your browser go and uncheck title bar. Of course you can do a lot of things such as: you know change density apply different themes add some menu bars and so on and so forth. It's up to you to make your browser look appealing. To make sure these changes took place, you have to go to Firefox configuration page and look whether the client-side decoration value is true, if not just double-click on it and then you're ready to go.

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As a final step close the browser and reopen it again. And that's it. Just out of curiosity, I do want to show you that I don't have any flash player at all! as you can tell here. So, we need to go to Adobe website and download the NPAPI package. First, choose which version of Linux you have 64-bit or 32-bit, then download the NPAPI package. When you finish downloading the package, just extract it. Close Nautilus and reopen it from terminal with sudo permission. Again go back to the extracted Adobe folder and copy only a file named 'libflashplayer.so'. Next follow the directory shown on the screen. Create a new folder and label it "plugins" finally paste the 'libflashplayer.so' inside it. So far so good. So, the final things to do is to close our browser and reopen it again. Okay, now it's the moment to check whether the flash plug-in is enabled.

To do so you go to about plugin page wait a little bit okay here you have it. The flash is enabled. You can now watch all your flash movies without a problem I wish this tutorial may be useful to you and see you later..