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> Flash Games, Flash, Webbrowser
naglfar
post May 29 2004, 12:29 PM
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Hello Everyone,

I have tried to play Heli Attack 2on Linux now for about 3 weeks, but I'm not able to make it work.
Heli Attack 2 is a flash game in which you have to shoot at helicopters. You aim and shoot with your mouse, move around, change weapon (...) with they board.
Somehow the game does not react on my keypressing, just on the mouse pointer and klicks. But, I can set the keyboard preferences for the game (like w=up, a=left ...) but I cannot move. That means, in Options-Menu the game does know my keyboard, but in the game it suddenly does not anymore.sad.gif
It works fine on windows with any browser.

Does anyone know whats the problem?
Thanks for any help huh.gif
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Hemant
post May 30 2004, 02:19 PM
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what browser you are using???
Anyway..Macromedia Flash player 7.0 has been released for Linux..you can try that???


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naglfar
post May 31 2004, 07:12 AM
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it works on windows with internet explorer and mozilla with flashplayer 6.
it doesnt work on linux with konqueror, opera and mozilla with flashplayer 6.
i dont know, if i'm able to install it huh.gif plus, i've to learn until saturday for my final exam blink.gif

thanks for your help! smile.gif
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