if you select linux 64bit you can choose 23. I don't know whether if it stable but it is there.
No, it isn't. That's the PPAPI version. It even says so in the menu.
Schoelje wrote:If Adobe is thinking about updating the NPAPI plugin for Linux other then Chrome, that would go against their own roadmap
They are. That's what this whole thread was about originally. Check the link in the first posting. The fourth item on that page has a link to this: https://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/201 ... linux.html
kurotsugi wrote:if I understand it correctly, the one in the link I gave above is specifically for NPAPI. PPAPI only bundled with google chrome and can't be downloaded separately.
The PPAPI plugin has been available separately for ages and Google actually stopped bundling it with Chrome a couple of months ago. That's what all the flash related threads on other forums (like the Mint forum) are about. People have to find another source for Pepper Flash and that doesn't always go smoothly.
my laptop is broken so I can't test it yet, but if I understand it correctly, the new v23 for linux is a NPAPI and could be used on firefox as well as other browsers.