Google Chrome along with Firefox will not be supporting flash creative effective September 1. El Toro has queried our system and identified all active campaigns utilizing flash ads. We are currently running a script to convert all these flash creative to html5 ads. The conversion, submission, and audit of these creative will be complete in time for the cutover.
Based on this, we do not recommend submitting flash ads for any future campaigns as the available inventory will be very limited. Additionally, if you prefer to convert your ads into another acceptable format and resubmit them, this can be accomplished via the support portal or order portal.
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