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  1. #1

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    Default Flash now hardware optimised.

    15" i5 MBP + 09 MacMini(OCZ SSD) + 13" Al macbook + iPad2 + iPhone 4 + ATV 2 wit XBMC!

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    Has no impact for me.

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    It's a shame ATI HD2600 hardware isn't supported in this new update. The same applies to Open CL on ATI 2600 iMacs in 10.6.
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    Unusually, not many graphics chipsets are supported (unlike Windows) - and most of the Macs eligible could probably handle Flash quite nicely ... another thumb down to Flash on OS X!

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    The graphic chipsets allowed to provide hardware decoding to the OS depends on Apple. Adobe is merely supporting the hardware that Apple allows them to.

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    I find a lot of sites are now posting HTML5 content, video and even (urk) ads, so no. There's is no interest for me to bother installing something I don't need especially since I view most of everything now on my iPad.
    Last edited by ruegen; 12th August 2010 at 02:14 PM.

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