i've tested with flash 10 but not the latest version.. i'll go to adobe and get the last one but desga, it seems the bug is not in flash plugin itself but the streaming player last.fm is using.. the memory keeps growing endlessly when music is playing not just when changing tracks..it goes on forever. i haven't waited till it crashes the browsers.. but crashing them will undoubtedly be inevitable
it just depends on how much free ram the system has.. more ram will just take longer before it crashes.
the only way it seems to stop this madness is, after playing a song or 2; closing the browser or the last.fm tab and starting over again
edit: same thing with latest flash 10.0.12.36.. it's definitely a problem in last.fm's stream player.. they need a complaint email.
i also discovered that adobe now needs a geckoisgecko idiots guide mail
previously, they'd give you a direct link if your browser is not listed.. now they removed that option and to them..if you're using windows; you should either be using ie or fireshit
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/23/2009 01:22AM by disrupted.