why are there boxes where pictures should be

Asked by Kari Brandt on 2010-03-06

on the facebook website, I should be able to see photos, but there is only a box image

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2010-03-07
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2010-03-07

Try clearing your cache. Cookies, temp internet files, as much as you can.

Then restart the browser and try again.

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #2

do you have flash block installed ?

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #3

do you have adobe flash plugin installed ? " software center has it "

Kari Brandt (calcitykaask) said : #4

I have Gnash SWF Viewer, Swfdec Flash Player, and Adobe Flash plugin but not flash block. Do I need flash block?

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Your question #103449 on yelp in ubuntu changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/yelp/+question/103449

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do you have flash block installed ?

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Kari Brandt (calcitykaask) said : #5

Yes I have adobe flash plugin installed.

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Your question #103449 on yelp in ubuntu changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/yelp/+question/103449

greg posted a new comment:
do you have adobe flash plugin installed ? " software center has it "

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you want to remove gnash and swfdec and the adobe plugin and install flashplugin-nonfree

if you give the output of:

dpkg -l | grep flash; dpkg -l | grep gnash; dpkg -l | grep swf

I can give you the exact commad. You want ONLY one flash plugin or they conflict and you get nothing.

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