I am not given to being kind and respectful when faced with naked betrayal. So if you have to bleep me, have at it.
So the deal is that Flash Player performed a more or less automatic function for us in enabling video and audio iles to open and portray on our systems, yes? And they're are (or have already, depending on what OS you are using) ending it in just over a month. There is no follow-on from you, or, if I catch your drift, anybody else. If there is . . . why not tell us so? It's no skin off your nose. You're out.
Had your product really become utterly superfluous? Or are you, so to speak, just dumping us in the grease with a hearty "SEE YA!**" shouted over your departing shoulder.
The idea that what was viewed as an essential product has been superceded, altogether, by native OS programming that will "just happen" , seems fanciful indeed. Guess who's products I will summarily S*** Can (and quit paying for!), in toto, should your rosy prediction of programming osmosis not come to pass. In that event, I sure hope I am not alone. Big gamble you guys are playing. My experience with things "just happening" automatically - witness the difficulty in getting police .mp4s to Play!!! God D*** it!! on VLA/VLC - is anything but encouraging.
** (Wouldn't want to BE ya!)
This is Officially: Not. Cool.
David R. Lee
Attorney at Law
SBOT # 12142900
Thanks for your valuable feedback.
For completeness, here's a link to the EOL announcment from 2017:
Here's a link to the consumer FAQ: