is it possible to include the NPAPI Flash plugin somehow to Chrome Portable so that it will be used instead of the build-in PPAPI plugin?
The PPAPI isn't compatible with Adobe Connect's Add-In and I'd like to use the NPAPI plugin even if Flash isn't locally installed.
When Flash is installed I can use this guide:
But how to add the NPAPI Flash plugin to the portable package?
Oh yeah. I double this request.
I want to use ppapi flash with other portable chromium based browsers without install that shit into OS.
Oh. I thought it's a topic about PPAPI-plugin. Anyway. I just want a portable flash which will work like portable java with papps browsers.
I may be wrong, but I thinkChrome has dropped support for NPAPI flash a some time ago. According to the Wikipedia article, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NPAPI, Google Chrome 45, in September 2015, permanently dropped all NPAPI support from all platforms.
As for ways to add flash into Firefox, read the second post in https://portableapps.com/node/55945, for two different ways of adding flash to Firefox Portable. One way is copying either the 32-bit, 64-bit, or both versions of the NPAPI plugin into
FirefoxPortable/Data/Plugins(depending whether 32-bit, 64-bit, or both modes of Firefox Portable are used), or choosing installing as a Firefox addon called PlayFlash (you can only choose either 32-bit and 64-bit and must match same mode as browser, so disabling one mode may be needed if Firefox Portable is used on 32-bit AND 64bit machines)
I believe this should of been posted in the Internet App Support rather than Other Apps.
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