This version of Safari will be the first to support Adobe Flash in any way, shape or form. Three years ago, Apple - along with rival browser makers - said it would drop Flash support by the end of. Flash Player is a free browser plug-in that is used across the BBC website for playing videos, animations and games. Find out here how to install the Flash Player plug-in on Safari for Mac.
Flash Player is a free browser plug-in that is used across the BBC website for playing videos, animations and games. Find out here how to install the Flash Player plug-in on Safari for Mac.
Not your web browser? Go back to the Flash Player plug-in page to select your browser.
WebWise Team 9th September 2010
Clicking the 'Download' link at the end of this guide automatically takes you to the Flash download page.
1. Agree and install
2. Thank you
A window appears telling you your download should start automatically.
If it does not, click on 'click here' for troubleshooting information.
3. The program downloads
You should now see the program downloading to your computer. This may take a few minutes.
4. Install Flash Player
Once the program has downloaded, the Flash installer icon appears.
Double-click the icon to proceed.
A dialog box will appear informing you that you have downloaded an application.
Click 'Open' to proceed.
6. License Agreement
A license agreement box will appear.
Click the 'I have read and agree to the terms of the license agreement' tick box.
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You may be asked to enter the username and password for your Mac to install Flash. Enter your details and click 'OK'.
9. Flash is complete
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Flash has been successfully installed.
Certain services offered on the BBC website such as audio, video, animations and games require specific additional third party software (called 'plug-ins'). You may have such software already loaded onto your computer. If you do not then, should you wish to use these BBC services, you will need to licence and download such software from a third party software company.
We will direct you to the relevant pages of the software company website. The website will give a set of instructions that you will need to follow in order to download the plug-in. In particular you will be asked by the software company to agree to its terms and conditions of licence. Any such agreement is between you and the software company and the BBC does not accept any liability in relation either to the download or to the use of the plug-in.
The BBC does not use any plug-in that is not available FREE OF CHARGE. However most software companies will also offer versions of their plug-ins that require payment. We will always try to direct you to the free download pages of the software company site. You may of course choose to licence paid-for software from the third party. However if you only want to download the free plug-in you should not be asked for, nor give, any credit card or other payment details.
Although the BBC uses third party plug-ins in order to provide the best possible web service, it does not endorse any third party software. If you choose to enter into an agreement with the third party and download the plug-in you do so at you own risk.
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