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    Linux Guru rokytnji's Avatar
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    You are SOL for Chromium and Chrome for now.

    Chromium Blog: Saying Goodbye to Our Old Friend NPAPI

    That is why I use Seamonkey as a static .bz2 in /opt as a backup.
    My 3rd backup favorite is UZBL Browser which may be too difficult for some users but it finds java script install and flash 11.2 install with no hoop jumping.

    Pale Moon browser is another option.

    Too Bad. Sooo Sad.
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    Since roky pointed me at it in another thread Pale Moon has been my browser of choice. It's Firefox but with all the unnecessary crap stripped out.
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