Adobe Flash 10.3 beta puts setting controls in System Preferences

Wed, Mar 9, 2011

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Adobe yesterday released Flash 10.3 beta with new developer features and enhanced user privacy protection, but one of the more interesting additions are setting controls now found within the System Preferences app. The controls allow suers to adjust the Flash Player’s cache, privacy settings, and even microphone and webcam settings.

Upon opening the setting control icon, users are presented with a tabbed interface broken down between Storage, Camera and Mic, Playback, and Advanced settings “with lots of options to delete private data, de-authorize a computer from protected content, tweak the camera‚Äôs settings on a site-by-site basis.”

Some other new features worth mentioning include automatic update notifications and acoustic echo cancellation.

via MacStories

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