Welcome to the Flash Player and AIR 29 release notes!
May 8, 2018
In today's scheduled release, we've updated Flash Player with important bug fixes and security updates.
April 13, 2018
In today's release, we've updated the AIR SDK to resolve an issue impacting applications being submitted to the iOS app store. Developers looking to publish their applications with Apple should build against this updated SDK.
April 10, 2018
In today's scheduled release, we've updated Flash Player with important bug fixes and security updates.
March 13, 2018
In today's scheduled release, we've updated Flash Player and AIR with important bug fixes, security updates, and new features.
How to update Flash Player
Current Flash Player customers who have enrolled in the "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)" update mechanism will be automatically updated to the latest version of Flash Player within 24 hours after release.
Users who have selected "Notify me to install updates" will receive an update notification dialog within 7 days from release date. Please note that Windows users will need to restart their system or log out and in to activate the update notification dialog.
The latest version of Flash Player can always be downloaded and installed by simply visiting https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer
Customers using Google Chrome or Windows 8.x/10 Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge will receive updates through the Google and Microsoft update mechanisms.
How to contact us
We hope you enjoy this release. If you encounter any problems, please let us know by posting issues to our public bug database. For installation or usage help, please visit our community forums for assistance.
May 8, 2018
- Gradients in static SWFs shows "Movie Not Loaded" in Flash Player (FP-4198806)
April 13, 2018
- [iOS] Fixed issue when submitting applications to the Apple App store due to non-public API usage
April 10, 2018
- [Mac]RTMPS Error NetConnection.Connect.CertificatePrincipalMismatch (FP-4198784)
- [Edge] FP settings panel 'close' button stops responding on zoom.
- Multiple security and functional fixes
March 13, 2018
- Flash Player settings panel become unresponsive when hardware acceleration is turned off on Firefox.
- Flash Player quit unexpectedly when "by.blooddy.crypto.Base64" class try to decode BASE64
- Flash Player Protected mode + Async drawing on Firefox causes the font color to be inverted
- SecureSocket and RTMPS with OpenSSL
isnot sending "server_name" SNI headers.
- Flash Player will not connect via SecureSocket to a server running only TLS1.2.
- AIR apps quit unexpectedly when byte array is attached to domainMemory(AIR-4198585)
- Flash Builder quits unexpectedly on High Sierra when "Export release build" is selected from the Project menu (Updated BLOG)
- clipboard.dataForFormat returns null for Custom data in the Clipboard(AIR-4198553).
- Wireframe feature not working on Directx11(AIR-4198597)
- Screen turns half black when iOS goes into standby and user resume again for IOS 10+ (AIR-4198539)
- Bluetooth Headset not working with microphone.getEnhancedMicrophone() on iOS (AIR-4198549)
- [Android]Incomplete textures are rendered when uploading large textures
.(AIR-4198475) Unexpectedmargin at the top of StageWebView on iOS 11 (AIR-4198537)
- InvokeEvent.arguments is empty on Android (AIR-4198552)
- Delay in dispatching TOUCH events on device borders on iOS 11 (AIR-4198551)
- StageWebView does not load nor display local HTML content (AIR-4198420)
Statusbar appears when appis in fullscreen and showing soft keyboard on Samsung devices (4189175)
- Audio stops playing on interruption when SoundMixer.audioPlaybackMode = AudioPlaybackMode.VOICE and SoundMixer.useSpeakerphoneForVoice = false (4189377)
- NetworkInfo.isSupported returns TRUE on Android even when permissions are missing in application descriptor (AIR-4198485)
- Stage shift offset error on StageText focus when status bar is hidden on Samsung S8 (AIR-4198421)
- [iOS] iOS StageWebView viewPort incorrect (
y axisshift) (AIR-4198583)
Starting in AIR 29, TextField and StageText enable developers to set two more types of soft keyboards.
Use swf-version 40 or greater and namespace 29.0 or greater to access these newly added keypads.
var tfKeyBoard:TextField=new TextField(); keyBoard.softKeyboard=SoftKeyboardType.DECIMAL; //Setting SoftKeyboard type as DECIMAL OR var stKeyBoard:StageText = new StageText(); stKeyBoard.softKeyboardType=SoftKeyboardType.PHONE; //Setting SoftKeyboard type as PHONE
Starting in AIR 29, developers requesting Geolocation permission on iOS in their applications will have an option to request for WHEN_IN_USE or ALWAYS permission through a new property locationAlwaysUsePermission.
The default value of this property is false.
private var geo:Geolocation = new Geolocation(); geo.requestPermission(); //this would request for WHEN_IN_USE permission OR private var geo:Geolocation = new Geolocation(); geo.locationAlwaysUsePermission=true; //applicable for iOS11 geo.requestPermission(); //this would request for WHEN_IN_USE and ALWAYS permission
1. On iOS 11 and later if you initially request the WHEN_IN_USE permission, you can request the ALWAYS permission at a later time. The OS allows you to do this just once and any subsequent calls of requestPermission() are ignored by the OS.
2. On iOS 10, the OS allows you to request for permission just once. The requested permission WHEN_IN_USE/ALWAYS depends on the cocoa key added in the application descriptor. Hence, the property locationAlwaysUsePermission does not apply to iOS 10 and below.
3. Developers need to add cocoa keys in their application descriptor as per the level of authorization required by their application. For more details please see https://developer.apple.com/documentation/corelocation/choosing_the_authorization_level_for_location_services/requesting_always_authorization
With AIR 29, we have made some changes to the feature "Media AutoPlay for iOS & Android" introduced in AIR 21.
Now, a new argument has been added to StageWebView constructor mediaPlaybackRequiresUserAction with a default value true. Setting this argument to false will ensure autoplay of the media inside StageWebView.
public function StageWebView(useNative:Boolean = false, mediaPlaybackRequiresUserAction:Boolean = true)
For iOS, setting mediaPlaybackRequiresUserAction property after creating StageWebView will be a no-op, and developers can only set media autoplay through StageWebView constructor.
For Android, developers can set media autoplay in, either way, using the property mediaPlaybackRequiresUserAction or through the constructor argument.
With AIR 29, Android SDK has been upgraded in the AIR Runtime. Here is the list of version numbers of the tools upgraded in AIR 29. There have been significant changes in the tools used to build the runtime. Raise your issues on AIR user forums if you observe any performance or functional issues.
|Android Build Tool||27.0.3|
|Android Support Repository||47.0.0|
|Android Google Repository||58|
|Gradle plugin version for Android||3.0.1|
With AIR 29 onwards, a combined AIR SDK for packaging 32-bit and 64-bit captive AIR applications is now available for Windows.
Deciding the architecture of AIR applications
The process of packaging 32-bit and 64-bit using the combined AIR SDK is different for Adobe Flash Builder and Adobe Animate/
- Packaging using Adobe Animate and
With Adobe Animate and
The tag <architecture> must be added under <application> tag.
Here is a sample app-
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="no"?> <application xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/29.0"> <id>Sample</id> <filename>Sample</filename> <architecture>64</architecture> <name>Sample</name> <versionNumber>0.0.0</versionNumber> <initialWindow> <content>Sample.swf</content> <autoOrients>false</autoOrients> <fullScreen>false</fullScreen> <visible>true</visible> </initialWindow> </application>
- Packaging using Adobe Flash Builder:
With Adobe Flash builder this process can be accomplished by adding a Windows environment variable AIR_WIN_ARCH before launching the Adobe Flash Builder. The value of this variable could be 32 and 64 for packaging 32-bit captive AIR applications and 64-bit captive AIR applications respectively. Setting the tag <architecture> will have no effect when the application is packaged using Adobe Flash Builder. The decision will be completely dependent only on the environment variable’s value.
The packaging of shared and native AIR application will not be affected by any of the above-mentioned methods. They will continue to be supported as 32-bit applications on Windows. Also, packaging AIR applications on Mac won’t be affected.
The Enhanced profile will be available on AIR for Windows 8.1+ and Mac OS 10.9+ from AIR 29. This profile has been made available on mobile from AIR 26. It can be used in both requestContext3D and requestContext3DMatchingProfiles methods. AGAL4 can be used with the Enhanced profile.
AGAL4 introduces a new opcode “
Latest version of AGALMiniAssembler is available here: https://github.com/adobe-flash/graphicscorelib/pull/14/commits/a20d4773459b01e86acceac45240a2b4e88f67e3
With the introduction of new Stage3D profile i.e. ‘ENHANCED’ on the desktop, Vertex Texture Fetch is now available on AIR Desktop too. Vertex Texture Fetch was made available on mobile from AIR 26. It will be available on Desktop AIR 29 (SWF version 40) onwards. The feature will be supported on Windows 8.1+ and Mac OS 10.9+. The feature is dependent on the availability of Enhanced Profile and hence, it will not be supported on Windows 7.
Texture Data will be available in Vertex Shader using AGAL4 and Enhanced profile.
AGAL 4 introduces a new opcode “
src: a register containing texture coordinate where the pixel is sampled and containing a level of detail indication as an index of mipmap to use.
The XY components of the src register: a texture coordinate where a texture pixel is sampled. The z component will be used for indicating the side of the cube map texture if the vertex texture is a cube map.
The w component of the src register: an index of mipmap to use, with a value range from 0 to n-1 where n is the total number of the mipmaps. The zero index indicates a mipmap in the highest resolution. The fractional part of src.w is how much a selected mipmap would be interpolated with the next level of the mipmap in lower resolution based on the mipmap filter (
vertex sampler ‘vs’
The above example code fetches texture pixels from the texture bound to vertex sampler 0 (vs0) to a vertex temporary register 0 (vt0) with a texture coordinate provided in a vertex attribute register 0 (va0) and a sampler state(< 2d, linear,
A total number of vertex samplers available is 4. The sum of vertex and fragment samplers is restricted to 16.
Please note that
To provide a texture for a vertex sampler in the vertex shader, developers must use existing ActionScript API, SetTextureAt().
The above example code binds 'texture' to the vertex sampler 0 (vs0). Note that this call would set up 'texture' to the fragment sampler in the same index, which is the fragment sampler 0 (fs0) if there is access to fs0 in the fragment shader.
A sampler state of the vertex sampler in the vertex shader code could be overridden with the existing AS API, SetSamplerStateAt:
SetSamplerStateAt(0, Context3DWrapMode.CLAMP, Context3DTextureFilter.LINEAR, Context3DMipFilter.MIPNEAREST );
Like the SetTextureAt API, the above call would also set up the state of the fragment sampler in the same index, which is the fragment sampler 0 (fs0), if fs0 is used in the fragment shader.
Please note, Anisotropic Filtering is not available for texture sampling used in vertex shaders.
Vertex Texture Fetch feature is useful for a number of effects like displacement mapping, water simulation, and explosion mapping etc.
Support for HiDPI displays on Windows was introduced in AIR version 23. The feature allowed display of AIR contents to render higher quality on HiDPI displays.
The feature 'Application of HIDPI Scaling to non-client areas' is an extension to the earlier support for HiDPI scaling, wherein scaling of non-client areas, upon the dynamic change in the DPI value would be supported on AIR Windows. The feature would cover the scaling of the dialog boxes, file browsers and ‘non-client area’ UI components such as title bar, native menu and Windows icons.
The feature will be available from AIR 29 onwards and Windows 10 (Redstone 1) Version 1607 onwards.
Till AIR 28, frame buffer rendering rate of the AIR Runtime was synchronized to the display device refresh rate.
We have provided an enhancement in AIR 29 where a user will have an extra ability to sync or a-sync the display device rate. The synchronization feature can be toggled with the help of a property added to a stage variable “vsyncEnabled”.
The “vsyncEnabled” variable is available to toggle between true and false, if and only if an event “VsyncStateChangeAvailabilityEvent” returns true.
On windows 7 machine DisplayContext object, Event.CONTEXT3D_CREATE will be triggered again whenever the vsyncEnabled value is set as true and flickering may be observed.This phenomenon will not be reflected on Windows 8 and above and on Mac machines.
Until AIR 28, maximum GPU memory provided for uploading the Normal and Rectangular textures was 512 MB. With AIR 29 beta, we have enhanced the GPU memory limits to 2048MB. These new limits will be available with the Stage3D profile “Standard_Extended” and "Enhanced". For other profiles, maximum GPU limit will be 512MB.
This feature is AIR 64 bit only and will be available for Normal and Rectangular textures. For Cube texture, memory limits will be same as before i.e. 256 MB.
Till AIR 28, maximum texture size supported by AIR is 4096x4096. In AIR 29 (SWF version 40), we have increased the texture limit to 8192x8192 pixels. A new read-only property Context3D::supports8kTexture has been introduced which returns true only if the 8k texture is supported by the hardware.
This feature only supports the rendering of Normal and Rectangular textures. Textures such as Cube, Video, Compressed, and Compressed_Alpha will not be supported. The feature is available in AIR 64 for Mac, Windows 8.1 and above.
Since 8K textures are quite heavy, it is recommended to upload the textures asynchronously.
For a full list of features in Flash Player and AIR, including features introduced in previous releases, please review the document here
|Flash Player Windows for Internet Explorer - ActiveX||184.108.40.206
|Flash Player Windows for Firefox - NPAPI||220.127.116.11
|Flash Player Windows for Chromium - PPAPI||18.104.22.168
|Flash Player Mac for Safari and Firefox - NPAPI||22.214.171.124
|Flash Player Mac for Chromium - PPAPI||126.96.36.199
|Flash Player Win 8 & 10 for Internet Explorer & Edge||188.8.131.52
|Flash Player Mac for Google Chrome||184.108.40.206
|Flash Player Windows for Google Chrome||220.127.116.11
|Flash Player ChromeOS||18.104.22.168|
|Flash Player Linux for Google Chrome||22.214.171.124
|Flash Player Linux for Chromium - PPAPI||126.96.36.199
|Flash Player Linux for Firefox - NPAPI||188.8.131.52
|AIR Desktop Win Runtime||184.108.40.206
|AIR Desktop Mac Runtime||220.127.116.11
|AIR SDK & Compiler Windows||18.104.22.168
|AIR SDK & Compiler Mac||22.214.171.124
|AIR SDK Windows||126.96.36.199
|AIR SDK Mac||188.8.131.52
- [AIR Win 64] Scout is reporting 64bit AIR captive runtimes as x86 (AIR-4198615)
- [AIR] Trace statements are not printed in
consolewhen runthrough adl(AIR-4198624)
- Store and
adhocIPA could not be installed on test device (AIR-4198628)
|Security Bulletin||Impacted Deliverables|
|APSB18-16||Adobe Flash Player
Authoring for Flash Player 29
To use the new Flash Player, you will need to target SWF version 40 by passing "-
- Download the new
playerglobal.swc for Flash Player 29
- Download and install Flash Builder 4.7 from Creative Cloud: https://creative.adobe.com/products/flash-builder
- Backup the existing AIR SDK if you need to restore it later then replace the bundled AIR SDK with the AIR 29 SDK. To do this, unzip the AIR 29 SDK to this location:
- In Flash Builder, create a new project: File -> New -> project.
- Open the project Properties panel (right-click and chose 'Properties').
ActionScriptCompilerfrom the list on the left.
- Add "-swf-version=40" to the 'Additional compiler arguments' field.
- This ensures the outputted SWF targets SWF version 40. If you compile on the command-line and not in Flash Builder, you need to add the same compiler argument.
- Ensure you have installed the new Flash Player 29 build in your browser.
Authoring for AIR 29 Update to the AIR 29 namespace
You must update your application descriptor file to the 29
Found a bug? Please submit a bug to the Flash Player and Adobe AIR bug database.
Flash Player and AIR may leverage your graphics hardware to decode and play H.264 video. There may be video issues that can only be reproduced with your particular graphics hardware and driver. When reporting an issue involving video, it is essential to note your graphics hardware and driver, along with your operating system and browser (when using Flash Player), so that we can reproduce and investigate issues. Please be sure to include this information as described in Instructions for Reporting Video Playback Issues. Note: Due to the high volume of email we receive, we are unable to respond to every request.
Thank you for using Adobe® Flash Player® and AIR® and for taking the time to send us your feedback!
|Release Date||Runtime Version||Security Enhancements|
|May 8, 2018||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 184.108.40.206||APSB18-16|
|April 13, 2018||AIR SDK 220.127.116.11|
|April 10, 2018||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168||APSB18-08|
|March 13, 2018||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 22.214.171.124
AIR Runtime 126.96.36.199
AIR SDK 188.8.131.52
|February 6, 2018||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 184.108.40.206||APSB18-03|
|January 9, 2018||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11||APSB18-01|
|December 12, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168
AIR Runtime 22.214.171.124
AIR SDK 126.96.36.199
|November 14, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 188.8.131.52||APSB17-33|
|October 25, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 184.108.40.206|
|October 16, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11||APSB17-32|
|October 10, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168
AIR SDK Win 22.214.171.124
|September 12, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 126.96.36.199
AIR SDK and Runtime Win 188.8.131.52
AIR SDK and Runtime Mac 184.108.40.206
|August 8, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11||APSB17-23|
|July 11, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168
AIR Runtime 22.214.171.124
|June 16, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 126.96.36.199|
|June 13, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player (ActiveX Win 8/10) 184.108.40.206
AIR SDK and Runtime 220.127.116.11
|May 9, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168||APSB17-15|
|April 20, 2017||Flash Player (Mac) 22.214.171.124|
|April 11, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 126.96.36.199||APSB17-10|
|March 14, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 188.8.131.52
AIR SDK and Runtime 184.108.40.206
|February 14, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11||APSB17-04|
|January 10, 2017||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168||APSB17-02|
|December 13, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 22.214.171.124
AIR SDK and Runtime 126.96.36.199
|November 8, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 184.108.40.2064
|October 26, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 18.104.22.1683
|October 11, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 126.96.36.1997
Flash Player (ESR) 188.8.131.522
|September 13, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 184.108.40.206
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 220.127.116.115
Flash Player (ESR) 18.104.22.1685
AIR SDK and Runtime 22.214.171.1247
|July 14, 2016||Flash Player (Win ActiveX) 126.96.36.199|
|July 12, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 184.108.40.2062
Flash Player (ESR) 220.127.116.116
|June 16, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 22.214.171.1246
Flash Player (ESR) 126.96.36.1998
AIR SDK and Runtime 188.8.131.52
|May 12, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 184.108.40.206
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 220.127.116.111
Flash Player (ESR) 18.104.22.1682
AIR SDK and Runtime 22.214.171.124
|April 21, 2016||Flash Player (Mac NPAPI) 126.96.36.199|
|April 12, 2016||AIR SDK and Runtime 188.8.131.52|
|April 8, 2016||Flash Player (Google Chrome) 184.108.40.206|
|April 7, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 18.104.22.1686
Flash Player (ESR) 22.214.171.1243
|March 23, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 126.96.36.199|
|March 10, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 184.108.40.2067
Flash Player (ESR) 220.127.116.113
AIR SDK and Runtime 18.104.22.168
|February 9, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 22.214.171.1246
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 126.96.36.1999
Flash Player (ESR) 188.8.131.529
AIR SDK and Runtime 184.108.40.2060
|January 19, 2016||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.116|
|January 1, 2015||Flash Player ActiveX (Win 7) 18.104.22.1680|
|December 28, 2015||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 22.214.171.1247
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 126.96.36.1999
Flash Player (ESR) 188.8.131.524
AIR SDK and Runtime 184.108.40.206
|December 8, 2015||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player (NPAPI Win & Mac) 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 22.214.171.1244
Flash Player (ESR) 126.96.36.1998
AIR SDK and Runtime 188.8.131.52
|November 10, 2015||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 184.108.40.206
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 220.127.116.118
Flash Player (ESR) 18.104.22.1681
AIR SDK and Runtime 22.214.171.124
|October 16, 2015||Flash Player (Win, Mac, Linux) 126.96.36.199
Flash Player (PPAPI ChromeOS) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 184.108.40.2060
Flash Player (ESR) 220.127.116.11
|October 13, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (PPAPI Linux) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 126.96.36.1995
Flash Player (ESR) 188.8.131.52
AIR SDK and Runtime 184.108.40.206
|September 21, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player (PPAPI Linux) 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (NPAPI Linux) 22.214.171.1241
Flash Player (ESR) 126.96.36.199
AIR SDK and Runtime 188.8.131.52
|August 11, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 184.108.40.206
Flash Player (PPAPI Linux) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player (Linux) 18.104.22.1688
Flash Player (ESR) 22.214.171.124
AIR SDK and Runtime 126.96.36.199
|July 16, 2015||Flash Player (Linux NPAPI) 188.8.131.521
Flash Player (ESR) 184.108.40.2069
|July 14, 2015||Flash Player 220.127.116.11
|July 8, 2015||Flash Player 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (PPAPI Linux) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player (ESR) 126.96.36.1992
Flash Player (Linux NPAPI) 188.8.131.521
Flash Player 184.108.40.206
AIR SDK and Runtime 220.127.116.11
|June 23, 2015||Flash Player 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (ESR) 22.214.171.1246
Flash Player (Linux NPAPI) 126.96.36.1998
Flash Player 188.8.131.52
|June 9, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 184.108.40.206
Flash Player PPAPI (Mac) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player (Linux) 18.104.22.1686
Flash Player (ESR) 22.214.171.1242
AIR SDK and Runtime (Win) 126.96.36.199
AIR SDK and Runtime (Mac) 188.8.131.52
|May 12, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 184.108.40.206
Flash Player (Linux) 220.127.116.110
Flash Player (ESR) 18.104.22.1689
AIR SDK and Runtime 22.214.171.124
|April 14, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 126.96.36.199
Flash Player (Linux) 188.8.131.527
Flash Player (ESR) 184.108.40.2061
AIR SDK and Runtime 220.127.116.11
|March 12, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (Linux) 22.214.171.1241
Flash Player (ESR) 126.96.36.1997
AIR SDK and Runtime 188.8.131.52
|February 12, 2015||AIR Desktop Runtime (Win) 184.108.40.2063
AIR SDK (Win & Mac) 220.127.116.112
|February 5, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 18.104.22.1685
Flash Player (Linux) 22.214.171.1242
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 126.96.36.1999
|January 27, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 188.8.131.526
Flash Player (Linux) 184.108.40.2060
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 220.127.116.114
|January 22, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 18.104.22.1687
Flash Player (Linux) 22.214.171.1248
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 126.96.36.1992
|Janurary 13, 2015||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 188.8.131.527
Flash Player (Linux) 184.108.40.2069
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 220.127.116.110
AIR Android 18.104.22.1682
AIR Desktop Runtime 22.214.171.124
AIR SDK 126.96.36.1992
|December 9th, 2014||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player (Linux) 184.108.40.2065
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 220.127.116.119
|December 9th, 2014||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 18.104.22.168||APSB14-27|
|November 11th, 2014||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player (Linux) 126.96.36.1998
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 188.8.131.52
AIR Android 184.108.40.2066
AIR Desktop & SDK 220.127.116.116
|September 23rd, 2014||Flash Player (Windows ActiveX) 18.104.22.168||APSB14-22|
|September 9th, 2014||Flash Player (Win & Mac) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player (Linux) 126.96.36.1996
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 188.8.131.52
AIR Android 184.108.40.206
AIR Desktop & SDK 220.127.116.11
|August 12th, 2014||Flash Player (ActiveX, Mac NPAPI) 18.104.22.168
Flash Player (Win NPAPI) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player (PPAPI) 126.96.36.199
AIR Android 188.8.131.52
AIR Desktop & SDK 184.108.40.206
|July 8th, 2014||Flash Player Desktop (Win & Mac) 220.127.116.11
Flash Player Desktop (Linux) 18.104.22.1684
Flash Player ESR (Win & Mac) 22.214.171.124
AIR (SDK & Android Runtime) 126.96.36.199
|June 10th, 2014||Flash Player Desktop (Win & Mac) 188.8.131.52
Flash Player Desktop (Linux) 184.108.40.2068
Flash Player ESR (Mac & Win) 220.127.116.11
AIR (SDK & Runtime) 18.104.22.168
|May 13th, 2014||Flash Player Desktop (Win & Mac) 22.214.171.124
Flash Player Desktop (Linux) 126.96.36.1999
Flash Player Enterprise (Mac & Win) 188.8.131.52
AIR (SDK & Runtime) 184.108.40.206