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Setting File for Adobe Flash Player on Linux
#
# /etc/adobe/mms.cfg: Adobe Flash privacy and security settings
#
# For more details on the meaning of most of these options, please visit:
# http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/flash_player_admin_guide.html
#
# Lets you prevent users from designating any files on the local file system as
# trusted
# 0 = Not Allowed, 1 = Allowed (default)
AllowUserLocalTrust = 1
# Lets you specify a hard limit on the amount of local storage that Flash Player
# uses for the storage of common Flash components
# Size in megabytes (default is 20), 0 = Component storage disabled
AssetCacheSize = 20
# Lets you prevent Flash Player from automatically checkingfor and installing
# updated versions
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
AutoUpdateDisable = 1
# Lets you specify how often to check for an updated version of Flash Player
# Number of days, 0 = Every startup
# There is no default value, which falls back to the user's setting (30 days by
# default)
#AutoUpdateInterval =
# Lets you prevent SWF files from accessing webcams or microphones
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
AVHardwareDisable = 1
# Lets you prevent information on installed fonts from being displayed
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
DisableDeviceFontEnumeration = 0
# Lets you prevent networking or file system access if any kind
# Set to the executable filename, default is empty
#DisableNetworkAndFilesystemInHostApp =
# Lets you prevent native code applications that are digitally signed and
# delivered by Adobe from being downloaded
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
#DisableProductDownload = 0
# Lets you enable or disable the use of the Socket.connect() and
# XMLSocket.connect() methods
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
#DisableSockets = 0
# Lets you create a whitelist of servers to which socket connections are allowed
# Set to hostname or IP address. This can be specified multiple times in this
# file to allow more than one host, and only takes effect if DisableSockets
# (above) is set to 1.
#EnableSocketsTo = localhost.localdomain
#EnableSocketsTo = 127.0.0.1
# Lets you prevent the ActionScript FileReference API from performing file
# downloads
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
#FileDownloadDisable = 0
# Lets you prevent the ActionScript FileReference API from prerforming file
# uploads
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
#FileUploadDisable = 0
# Lets you disable SWF files playing via a browser plug-in from being displayed
# in full-screen mode
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
#FullScreenDisable = 0
# Lets you specify whether SWF files produced for Flash Player 6 and earlier can
# execute an operation that has been restricted in a newer version of Flash
# Player
# 0 = Deny, 1 = Allow
# There is no default value, which falls back to the user's setting (Defaults to
# "Ask"
#LegacyDomainMatching =
# Lets you specify how Flash Player should determine whether to execute certain
# local SWF files that were originally produced for Flash Player 7 and earlier
# 0 = Deny, 1 = Allow
# There is no default value, which falls back to the user's setting
#LocalFileLegacyAction =
# Lets you prevent local SWF files from having read access to files on local
# drive
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
#LocalFileReadDisable = 0
# Lets you specify a hard limit on the amout of local storage that Flash Player
# uses (per domain) for persistent shared objects
# 1 = no storage, 2 = 10KB, 3 = 100KB, 4 = 1MB, 5 = 10MB,
# 6 = User specified (default)
# If the user does not specify a limit, the default is 100KB.
#LocalStorageLimit = 6
# Lets you override GPU validation checks to force hardware acceleration
# Warning: This may make your player (more) unstable!
# 0 = Check GPU (default), 1 = Skip checks
# More details:
# http://blogs.adobe.com/penguin.swf/2008/08/secrets_of_the_mmscfg_file_1.html
OverrideGPUValidation = 1
# Hardware Decoding
EnableLinuxHWVideoDecode = 1
# Lets you specify whether third-party SWF files can read and write locally
# persistent shared objects
# 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
# There is no default value, which falls back to the user's setting
#ThirdPartyStorage =
# Lets you disable "Windowless" mode, which may cause crashes in firefox
# version 3.01 and earlier.
# 0 = Not Disabled (default), 1 = Disabled
# More details:
# http://blogs.adobe.com/penguin.swf/2008/08/windowless_mode_fix.html
#WindowlessDisable = 0
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