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jesterjke
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2016-05-29 11:05
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dance707
deepin
2016-05-29 13:10
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Edited by dance707 at 2016-5-29 07:05

Hi, it depends on which version of Opera you installed and what method. The link you posted is for the original version of Opera that used a NPAPI flash plugin.
If you install the old version of Opera version 12.16 in Deepin. It will install flashplugin-nonfree. If you install the new version of Opera version 36 in Deepin. It will install pepperflashplugin-nonfree which seems to be out of date and needs to be updated. If you manually install Opera. it will automatically look in a Google Chrome directory for flash if no other flash was installed.
In the Deepin Store Deepin offers Opera-developer. I think it they should offer Opera-stable instead.
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jesterjke
deepin
2016-05-29 14:46
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Edited by jesterjke at 2019-4-25 03:15

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dance707
deepin
2016-05-29 15:06
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https://bbs.deepin.org/post/31073
I installed opera beta 38 from original web site and flash works there.
But I checked plugins page a ...

Yes I prefer using the flash from Google directory , and like Opera's new ad block feature. The built in VPN is not ready yet for Opera beta.
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dance707
deepin
2016-05-29 15:20
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Edited by dance707 at 2016-5-29 08:39
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/31073
I installed opera beta 38 from original web site and flash works there.
But I checked plugins page a ...

If you click on More tools and select show developer menu. Then click Developer Plug-ins and then click Show details at the top right it will show you which Flash its using, and the directory location of Google's flash or the pepperflashplugin-nonfree.  Or you can just type chrome://plugins in the address bar and click Show details.


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dance707
deepin
2016-05-29 15:46
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Of course you can do the same thing with Opera in the Deepin Store provided you still have Google Chrome installed. Just remove pepperflashplugin-nonfree  using the terminal.
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jesterjke
deepin
2016-06-01 07:04
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Edited by jesterjke at 2019-4-25 03:15
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/31073
If you click on More tools and select show developer menu. Then click Developer Plug-ins and then c ...

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