In a new blog post, Adobe’s technical support team has a bit of a problem: Adobe Flash is no longer supported in all versions of Windows, Mac, and Linux.
This means that Adobe Flash isn’t compatible with everything out there, from desktop browsers to online services like Google and Facebook.
While you might be able to use Flash as a standalone product, you won’t be able run it on Mac, Linux, or Windows.
Adobe says that it will be releasing an update to Flash Player on July 22.
The news is especially frustrating to Adobe’s developer partners, who rely on Adobe Flash for a vast number of their applications.
For example, Adobe says it used to be able, when it came to iOS apps, to include Flash support for iOS devices running iOS 7.
The company is now pulling Flash support from its apps in all but iOS 6.5, the most recent version of the OS.
And the good news is that Adobe is actively working on a fix for this issue.
You can expect a new update in the coming days.
If you use Adobe’s desktop applications on a Mac, Mac OS X, or Linux, you’ll probably be able grab the update from Adobe’s website.
Adobe isn’t releasing a specific patch for the OS, but you should be able get it from the Mac App Store.
This is not the first time Adobe has announced that it is pulling Flash from its products.
Back in May, Adobe told users to update their applications to the latest versions of Flash, as the company continued to update its desktop apps.
In its blog post on July 21, Adobe said that Flash will no longer be supported on macOS, Linux (including Ubuntu), and Windows 10.
The new Flash update will also roll out to developers on Windows, but it won’t fix compatibility issues for users.
Adobe is also actively working to get Flash to work with Windows 10 Mobile, which is due to arrive in early September.