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Adobe Flash unsupported in Windows 10

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Adobe Flash is no longer supported

Flash disabled message

Repeat Signage V4 and Repeat Signage 2015 included Flash components of digital clocks, RSS scrollers, picture banners and the playing of Flash videos. Since December 2020, Windows no longer offers support for the playing of Adobe Flash.

We have been waiting to see what happens with Adobe Flash in Windows 10 and whether Microsoft would have some sort of option for keeping it to support old software. They havenít rolled out the removal update to our versions of Windows 10 yet (at time of writing January 26 2021), so we havenít been able to test it.

When you try to play Flash videos in Repeat Signage 2015 and Repeat Signage V4, you will see the following:

Repeat Signage 2015 with Flash Disabled

We have released Repeat Signage V5 in which we have re-written all the Flash components with jQuery/HTML5 instead to keep the software going forward. There is a paid-for update available to existing users.

The same digital signage presentation played with Repeat Signage V5:

Repeat Signage 2015 with Flash Disabled

What's new in Repeat Signage V5.