Description of problem:
After installing flash and navigating to the facebook page for profile picture change there is a pop-up for webcam security settings. The "Adobe Flash Play Settings" does not respond to mouse clicks or keyboard.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log in to facebook
2. Go to Profile and click on change picture (on profile picture)
3. Select webcam option
4. Click "Download flash" button
5. Choose rpm from flash site
6. Keep clicking "next" to get it to install
7. Reload browser
8. Navigate back to webcam option on profile picture page.
9. Receive small settings window
Not able to interact with anything on the Settings pop-up
Being able to interact with controls on the Settings pop-up
Once the proper settings.sol is in place allowing access to the webcam, more bugs appear. The preview window is half the width of the window and a 1/3 of its height. The colors are all disoriented except for my hair and part of the background. When clicking the snapshot button, it gives the usual countdown, takes the picture, but fails and stops while trying to upload the picture to facebook's server.
I did not have the issues with the settings popup, but I did file a bug with adobe about the latter items:
Question, the is a segfault which causes the delay. It is:
kernel: npviewer.bin: segfault at b77555c3 ip 01244eb8 sp 051bc1c8 error 6 in libflashplayer.so[e02000+951000]
I assume this is a fault in the flash code?
This looks like an adobe flash bug, not a gnash bug, please use another
I think we do not support Adobe Flash in Fedora or OLPC, and anyway it's not a gnash bug.
Please, reopen if you find a suitable component to reassign this bug to.