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Mar 25, 2020 Mar 25, 2020

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As a company that leverages numerous SAAS platforms.... we have been working diligently in preparation for the sunsetting of Flash by eoy 2020.  With the COVID-19 events and our response to enabling social separation while continuing operations....  our attention to these projects have been redirected.  Has Adobe considered relaxing this schedule?  I have to assume that there are thousands of businesses across all industries in the same situation.  This step by Adobe would enable these companies to focus on the more critical tasks at hand.   I personally would see this step by Adobe to be great for your brand and company image.  Respectfully. 

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Mar 25, 2020 Mar 25, 2020

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(Not an official reply) You should know the schedule was not set by Adobe and is not driven by them. Adobe announced Flash EOL after all the major browser makers announced Flash would be permanently blocked. So you need to take your campaign to those who control the browsers.

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Thank you for that insight.  I stand corrected.... although Adobe sponsorship would be of great value influencing a change in schedule. 

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