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[quote=disrupted] k-meleon or gecko browsers in general find the flash browser in 2 ways: 1- scanning the registry for the flash installation 2- checking the plugins folder for an swf plugin method number 2 overrides method number 1 if a mozilla browser uses method number 2 to activate flash content, there will be no cookies and no settings saved regarding the site or flash content in fact, you don't even need to 'install' flash player to have the browser work through method number 2, all you need is to extract the npswf32.dll from the flash installation binary and extract it into the browser's plugins folder... flash doesn't even know it's installed this way. installing the flash player through the conventional methods is required for internet explorer but not for netscape=type browsers. you can: 1= copy the npswf32.dll (normally in c:\windows\systems32\macromedia\flash) to k-meleon\plugins folder 2- if you want, after step 1l you can completely uninstall flash player (this will cripple flash content in internet explorer only) 3- check the km extensions page for 'flash switcher' and use it to toggle between flash versions. following these steps, you will no longer have to worry about any flash cookies. alternatively a very simple autoit script can remove all the cookies following günter's suggestion, finding the userdata\macromed folder and deleting subfolders there which normally contain all the cookies[/quote]
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