Adobe should discontinue Flash next year. To make the change less impactful, starting with version 76, Google has now blocked the default plugin in Chrome with the message "Flash has been blocked on this page". For this reason, users who still need the tool to access websites in their browser should manually enable Flash. You can enable the plugin for all sites or individually configure the application for specific pages.
In the following tutorial, check out how to unlock Adobe Flash Player in Chrome. The walkthrough was performed on the latest version of Chrome for macOS, but the tips also apply to users of Windows or Linux computers.
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Step 1. When you access a page with Flash content, a blocked plugin notification will be displayed. Click on it and then select "Manage";
Plugin warning blocked Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. You can also access the configuration page by typing "chrome: // settings / content / flash" (without quotes) in the address bar. For there, set the option's right key to "Ask first";
Unlocking Flash in Chrome Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora
Step 3. To unblock the plugin individually for specific pages, go to the website and click on the left icon of the URL. Finally, under "Flash", select the "Allow" option.
Unlocking Flash for specific pages Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Ready! Take advantage of tips on how to unlock Flash to access sites that need the plugin.
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