Just had the same "Blocked plug-in" problem with OS X I installed both to be sure. Then downloaded and installed Adobe Air - and it worked like a charm.
You need to install flash first and Air last. Flash is a security mess, online, and Adobe doesn't seem to respond well to the rest of the development community.
But, using the libraries and such shouldn't present an issue in Poser. Graphics Forum.
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Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply. Makes sense. And good advice all around. Reply Quote 0 M. I'd say it happens times a year I think it's gotten better over the last few months. As for yahoo, I have never seen it myself, but I've heard that some of the adobe free installers like flash or PDF reader come with "free" software that you "might be interested in". This is stuff that other companies pay adobe to have added to the installer, such as yahoo's search bar. If you can't uncheck any of those, then you probably need to find another installer.
Have we gotten a straight answer from Smith Micro as to why Library had to be coded in AIR at all in the first place when the rest of the UI is native? Baggins Bill I think that's his user name That allowed him to use a much simpler set of tools to develop the library code.
So, on the user's end, we got a more sophisticated library system at the cost of some otherwise unnecessary memory and performance bloat.
I wish they would drop it in future updates, but, at this point, I'm finding Studio's interface vastly superior, that it probably won't matter to me what's in the next version of Poser. If anything, I used a much more sophisticated set of tools and built a very complicated UI. They wanted one library that could talk to both Poser and AS and if possible, future apps of their choosing , and they wanted it for very little money. It could have been in Python and still talk over sockets, but the Python graphical list capabilities were and frankly still are very primitive.
They said no. I have no direct knowledge of why that effort was incomplete and remains unreleased three years after it started, but the partial code is there and you can turn it on if you want.
You will have a library that is much simpler than the one I wrote, only capable of displaying information in a very limited way. In Poser Pro - use the external library - no Flash.
This is the same sophisticated code, just running in a standalone AIR engine, so it will scale up well. Better than the embedded one, in fact. Note: I doubt very much that the HTML version will work right with a million items in your library like the one I wrote does. So if you have a lot of runtimes or a lot of folders or a lot files take your pick which causes the problems - there are difficulties with each be aware you may suffer.
Any drawback using the external library and will I stil be able to use multiple Runtime folders? Does this alternative function also work on a Mac? Where is that option toggle located? It's exactly the same code - so you will lose no functionality and can use multiple runtime folders. It does run on Mac. I know it has been a while but I tried just now actually Got tired of it. So I did what you suggested Bill and I find the Runtime folder s when called up make the Poser Set up stage disappear and it reappears when the Runtime window is re-closed.
Is this the purpose for the Flash Player to keep the two windows in sight at all times? He probably wont be able to see your comment here. These days he is mostly on at SM and then not so much there either. I think I figured it out.
Apple has just updated the web plug-in blocking mechanism to disable all Flash Since updating to Yosemite on Mac, I update flash for Safari. Community Forums Tutorials Contests Awards. Click Manage Website Settings. Better than the embedded one, in fact. Step 5: Once that you have clicked on the link, you will then be redirected to the Flash Player panel.
Apparently wen you change from one method to the other it resets your tools etc in the window so despite having anchored the Runtime folder tool to my right top screen corner it released it and it went on its merry way Before that it did not wanna show so I gave up and kneeled to Adobe To create a post you must first sign in or register an account.
Click the Websites tab and scroll down to the Plug-ins section. Locate the Adobe Flash. I am using Safari on an older MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard I have the latest version of the Adobe Flash plug-in that will.