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I just downloaded adobe swf on my computer. I went through the pkg file and it said that it was installed. The application support scripts are there, but where is the app? Thanks in advance!

I tried installing it twice; one to all users and one the the mac.

  • Hi Ethan, Adobe Shockwave Player is a web browser plug-in and there is no app. See my answer below for more information. – jaume Sep 5 '18 at 7:54
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The application support scripts are there, but where is the app?

Adobe Shockwave Player is a web browser plug-in, that is, there is no app. It installs in:

/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Shockwave 12/DirectorShockwave.bundle
/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/DirectorShockwave.plugin

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and, in High Sierra (macOS 10.13), can be enabled and configured in Safari>Preferences>Websites:

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The plug-in is not yet supported in Mojave beta (macOS 10.14).

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In the Installer.app you can view the list of files that are going to be installed by navigating to File -> Show files, of pressing ⌘ cmd+i.

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