Updated June 14th, 2017:
The Adobe Flash Player update has been released.
After upgrading to version 18.104.22.168, the issue with the digital catalogue crashing should be resolved and has already been confirmed by the host of our catalogue.
In order to ensure that this problem has been resolved, please upgrade to the most recent version of Flash.
For those who installed the beta version of flash on Internet Explorer (version 22.214.171.124), before you install the update, you have to remove the old version of Adobe Flash.
The site where you can uninstall and download this is:
For Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Internet Explorer, in order to update Adobe Flash Player, you can just use Windows Update.
*It is also possible to install them independently inside Chrome and Firefox.
If you choose to do this, please turn on Windows Update or use Chrome and Firefox to look at the digital catalogue.
Updated June 7th, 2017:
Regarding the error where the digital catalogue browser window freezes:
This is a problem caused by Adobe Flash Player.
The Adobe Flash Player version 126.96.36.199 is the cause of this bug.
Adobe is currently working on fixing this problem. A beta version that solves this issue has already been released. This version solves the error and has already been confirmed by the host of our digital catalogue (icata.net).
The full version has not yet been released by Adobe. Currently, the automatic installer will install the version with the bug, 188.8.131.52. The full version will be released by Adobe during the monthly update on June 13th.
*Please note: this is likely to be June 14th in many parts of Asia and Oceania.
After the release, if you update the Adobe Flash Player, this will cause the error to stop occurring.
Until then, you can fix the problem by installing the beta version.
The steps to install the beta version can be found here:
Information regarding this bug can be found here:
Currently, users of Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Internet Explorer users can NOT install the beta version. The beta can be installed on Chrome and Firefox.
For users of Windows 8.1, and Windows 10, please wait for automatic update after June 13th. Or, if possible, use Chrome and Firefox.
Thanks for your patience.
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