If Eolas ends up winning in spite of Microsoft’s appeals, where does it leave Flash? If an intrusive dialog box or separate players are required in order to satisfy the patent holder, even the most ardent of Flash fans are going to be in an awkward position. As If Eolas ends up winning in spite of Microsoft’s appeals, where does it leave Flash? If an intrusive dialog box or separate players are required in order to satisfy the patent holder, even the most ardent of Flash fans are going to be in an awkward position. As says,

Even these clumsy, expensive, painfully disruptive approaches might not satisfy the patent holder. If they do not, then where rich media is concerned, the web could soon look like 1993 all over again.

Also read this the CNet article. I’m sure everyone will come up with something that works.