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I was advised yesterday to uninstall Flash until there is a fix for a security vulnerability which was confirmed by Adobe and PCWorld:

 

http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2878792/flash-player-plagued-by-third-zeroday-flaw-in-a-month-updates-coming.html

 

So now it's impossible to manage my images on Alamy. Presumably it'll be fixed soon, but an alternative to Flash would be nice.

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The articles only mention Firefox and Internet Explorer, so perhaps switch to Chrome. I use Chrome, so perhaps that is why I haven't been advised of anything.

 

Jill

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Excellent! Thanks, Jill. It works in Chrome even though I've uninstalled Flash from the system control panel.

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Chrome has flash built in, so that might be why there isn't the same issue.

 

Jill

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I'm a new contributor & am having a problem with uploading.  Five of my photos went through and are on sale now, but subsequently my uploads either fail after 5 tries or a message "cannot connect to Alamy" appears.  All the photos come from the same camera & same Photoshop software, & all are above the minimum size.  Any ideas as to what's happening?  I did buy a new iMac & have tried uploading via Chrome & Safari, with no luck.  Any help from you seasoned contributors would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks,

Lee

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