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Hello, someone knows what's going on or how to fix the problem Shockwave Flash Has Crashed Error Only on xat.com it's happening to me

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Sometimes it happens,

 

It doesn't seem a xat issue, it just crashes when memory is reached out.

 

Try to change your browser and update your Shockwave Flash Player, it may fix this issue.

 

If still happening please tell me your Chrome and Shockwave Flash Player's version.

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What browser are you using xat on? Is it up to date? Does this shockwave crashing error happen on every browser you try? Or just one?

If it only happens on one browser, I suggest trying to use xat on a different browser, such as Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

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Good afternoon,

 

The chat box has a big amount of elements that has to be loaded in the browser player to show them to you, such as pawns, animations, smilies, etc. In computers with low performance on loading those elements, it just lags you, needing an amount of time longer than normal to display them but, when it cannot run them at all, it just crash. A solution can be using macros to disable some of those elements, allowing you to chat, trade and everything else. You can find the macros page here, then, scroll it down to "Decrease your lag on xat" and use the ones that can solve your problem and yet provide you a reasonable experience while on xat.com.

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This new update is not subject to adobe flash loading, use another browser

 

 

We already know that 2020 chrome will not support adobe flash

 

 

 

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