Adobe have recently stopped updating their Flash distribution for Linux. So, version numbers are being frozen at 11.2(.212), and only security updates are being back-ported.
I noticed here that Chrome has a "pepper-based Flash player", which has the same version number as the latest Windows and OSX flash players (220.127.116.11 at time of writing).
In the last couple of weeks, my favourite watch on-demand TV player (4od - I think is UK only) has stopped working in Firefox and Rekonq; I suspect because of a Flash version check. Chrome plays the videos I want to see; Firefox, Opera and Rekonq do not.
So, is it possible to install (and keep up-to-date) this pepper-based flash player in other web-browsers? Or, is there any other way to spoof the version check and play protected content in other web-browsers?