Flash issues have been quite frequent on Ubuntu and Debian computers. Flash-Aid is a Firefox extension for Ubuntu and DebianLinux users which helps remove conflicting Firefox Flash plugins and provides the option to install appropriate Flash versions. You can also use Flash-Aid to apply some tweaks to improve flash playback performance and for fixing common issues.
Flash-Aid automatically displays bubble message for required Flash updates.
You can click on Flash-Aid button next to the address bar to start the installation wizard.
The wizard provides options to install a desired Flash version, such as, a stable version from Adobe repositories, beta version or a version from the Chrome browser. Select a version and click Next to continue.
The next step helps remove conflicting plugins to make sure that the new installation is not affected with faulty plugins.
You override GPU validation to improve performance and solve full screen issues.
Finally, you will be asked to execute the file. Clicking on Finish will open a Terminal window.
You will require entering your password to install the plugin.
This will install the appropriate Flash version on your computer and resolve your Flash issues.
Flash-Aid Extension for Firefox (for Ubuntu and Debian)