... and have never had it working. I need it for online meetings for one thing.
I've installed it over the years many times but it's never there when I need it. Now I'm pretty frustrated with it and want to get it properly installed and there when I need it. I have installed twice recently and there are two in my applications but no application is there. I also have the install.log on my desktop as someone suggested it and I can fwd it to you.
I have a MacMini, running High Sierra, 10.13.3, and I use the Chrome browser.
I would be grateful if someone could finally resolve this old problem.
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Is this the same issue you reported at Flash player for Mac always missing? Although, the other post you report using a MacBook Pro with OS X 10.10.5, and in this report it's MacMini with macOS 10.13.3.
If this is the same issue, please post to that topic so that all replies, for the same issue, remain in the same location. Regardless of the OS version, Chrome embeds Flash Player in the browser and there is no need to install anything separately. Also, Flash is a browser plugin and doesn't install to the /Applications directory. It installs to /Library/Internet Plug-ins directory. The Chrome embedded version of Flash installs to /Users/<UserID>/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/PepperFlash/<FlashVersion>/PepperFlashPlugin.plugin
You can confirm which location Chrome is loading Flash from by going to chrome://flash
Again, if this is the same issue reported at Flash player for Mac always missing please post additional information (including the information here) to that discussion topic to keep all information in the same discussion topic.
The same issue because it has never been resolved. But obviously different equipment. OS X 10.10 was a MacBook Pro as indicated at the time, 10.13.3 is a Macmini and a Lenovo LT22232wC monitor.