The horse ad network is one of the largest and most important ad networks in the world.
But it has been a challenge for developers and operators of horse advertising networks to get it running in the latest version of Adobe Flash Player, and even worse, in Firefox.
The software for the ad network has not been updated for a while.
Now Adobe is rolling out a fix.
The bug is only available for Windows and Mac, but Google’s Chrome team has been working on a fix for it.
It’s likely to get pushed out to browsers on March 21.
AdSense, the company that makes Adobe’s software, has been quietly updating its code to fix the problem.
But while Google has made a big push into software updates, the horse ad networks that have been using AdSense have had a hard time getting the new software to work.
They were already using older versions of Adobe, and Adobe has said it could not be fixed.
The horse ads networks that use AdSense are not happy.
In a blog post, AdSense CEO Joe Belfiore wrote that the company’s software updates were not being rolled out “on a regular basis to our customers.”
“We are aware that some AdSense users are experiencing issues with the latest versions of AdSense,” Belfiory wrote.
“We would like to apologize for this and are working on the matter with Adobe.”
Adobe has been slow to roll out the fixes, even as it continues to push out updates to other parts of its software stack.
That lack of support for AdSense has caused problems for the horse industry in the United States, where AdSense was first developed.
The ad networks were able to get their ad networks to work using AdNauseam, a tool that lets ad networks sell ads to users through websites.
But those ad networks have not been using the newer AdSense versions of the software for years.
The problem with using older AdSense software for ad networks, like AdSense for iOS, has not gone unnoticed.
“I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to buy ads on the side of the road to pay for things like gas, or pay for gas to get a car to the station,” said Chris Ehrlich, the founder of Ehrlisch Advertising, a company that helps horse industry companies.
“It’s really annoying and confusing.”
Adobe said it was working on fixing the problem, and that the software updates would be rolling out over the next few weeks.
AdNavis software, which is used to run AdSense ads, is an open source program that Adobe used to develop the ad networks.
But Adobe says that when it released AdNasum to the world, it was designed to work with Flash, which had been superseded by Flash Player.
The new version of Flash Player is based on an old Adobe Flash framework called Core.
It is not clear how the old Flash framework would work with the new Flash Player version, but Adobe said the company was working to get Core to work in the new version.
“The new Flash version will use a new core framework, which will be supported by all existing users of Adobe products,” Adobe said in a statement.
AdHotspots, an ad network for horses, was not affected by the new bug, but it did not respond to Ars’ request for comment.
A Google spokesperson said it would be working on improving the ad-hosting tools for the AdSense ad network, and added that the Flash version of AdHotpots had “never encountered a bug this severe.”
A bug like this can make it harder to support the horse-advertising system in the future, said Matt Anderson, an AdSense developer and co-founder of AdNabs, an advertising network for horse owners.
“That would be the biggest hurdle for any future development of AdWords,” Anderson said.
“This is a serious problem that will have to be addressed for years to come.”
The new bug does not appear to be related to the horse advertising software itself, though it is likely that it will be a problem for other ad networks too.
Adobe has not released a list of affected sites, but Ars found a blogpost from an ad-marketing company called AdAdvantage, which was working with AdSense to build its ad-targeting system.
It said it had found that it had a number of problems with the AdWords ad network and had asked AdSense not to release it to users.
The blog post says that a number ad networks are experiencing problems with AdWords, including: AdHott, AdHoppers, AdMob, AdMogul, and AdNova.
The post said that the AdHogs are experiencing a problem with their ad-server and AdHobo, and said that they were working on updating the AdMob ad-servers.
AdMoo has also had a problem.
The AdMogs have been reporting issues with their AdMob ads