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Enable Adobe Flash Player for use in the Google Chrome web browser

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Enable Adobe Flash Player for use in the Google Chrome web browser

On Windows:

1. In the address bar, type chrome://settings/content to open the content settings screen.

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2. On the content settings screen that appears, find the Flash Player listing. Check the status.

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3. Select Allow sites to run Flash, then click Done.

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4. To manage Flash Player settings by site, click Manage exceptions.

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5. In the Flash exceptions screen enter the website domain and then select Allow.  When finished adding sites, click Done.

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6. Close the Content settings screen.

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On Mac:

1. In the address bar, type chrome://settings/content to open the content settings screen.

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2. On the Content settings screen that appears, find the Flash Player listing. Check the status.

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3. Select Allow sites to run Flash, then click Done.

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4. To manage Flash Player settings by site, click Manage exceptions.

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5. In the Flash exceptions screen enter the website domain and then select Allow. When finished adding sites, click Done.

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6. Close the content settings screen.

 

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flash is dead

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5 hours ago, FillVoid said:

flash is dead

 Yes it may well be but itll still be a while before it dies out completly as there are still millions of sites using it.

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Of course it is not dead. Still many live streaming websites use flash.

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yes i agree flash is still very much needed for alot of sites and media

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Flash dead? No way. There is no api that would really replace it and too many webs are using it

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Thanks for this tutorial :) !

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Great tutorial man!

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Flash is in process of dying

A lot of browsers are giving up on this technology.

Flash is currently unsafe to use (it was never very safe) that's why a lot of browsers doesn't allow Flash

I know that Apple's Safari, Microsoft Edge are no longer supporting it.

The answer to microsoft to still support flash is to keep IE12 (if I'm not mistaken) still bundled with Windows 10.

I seriously didn't know about that Chrome Setting, because I'm almost 95% of the time on my Mac and I use Safari because It syncs with my phone with "Hand Off" witch Google Chrome does not have.

 

Any way, sites still using flash should update, I know this isn't a easy process (to upgrade an entire site from flash to other tech) but is a thing that's going to happen, or the site upgrades or dies... 

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My Adobe Flash still works, so nothing with dead.

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