Hi guys & gals,
the browser situation is getting a bit sketchy,
Google Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, Yandex and now Firefox are making using Flash and playing this game a pain in the ass.
the last known good version of Google Chrome was ver.65
I've done some research and found the Chromium build that particular version of Google Chrome was built on.
it's Chrome but without a lot of the Google extras and no updater.
it's not appropriate for general web browsing because it's not patched right up to date for security purposes but it could be used exclusively for playing tls:dz and nothing else.
I've installed it and done a mission, it seems pretty much as good as Chrome ever was.
this link is for Windows 64-bit machines, I've got it on Win 10, it should be ok for Win 8 and 64-bit versions of Win7, I don't have either of those operating systems available to test it on though.
to confirm whether your pc is 64-bit or 32-bit press the windows logo key +R to open the command prompt window, type in msinfo32 and click ok to display details, x86 means 32-bit, x64 means 64-bit.
the 2nd to bottom file, the mini_installer exe is the file to download and then open to trigger the install process,
obviously I've not been able to test multiple configurations or whether this might conflict with an existing installation of Google Chrome,
this may only suit an experienced user, only proceed if you're comfortable trying it out.
feedback would be appreciated.
Update: I've just downloaded and installed Google Chrome ver. 71 and they both seem quite happy running on the same pc.
Edited by Matt Baker UK, 27 December 2018 - 07:56 PM.