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    Chrome (version 69 and onward)

    As posted today in version 69 chrome is going to ask for approval everytime you start up a flashpage and not able to "always allow".

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    Last edited by _Aszbhar; 19.12.18 at 19:30. Reason: subsequent version(s) also being discussed

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    I think I found a solution to that problem:

    Open a new tab "chrome://flags"
    Find variable "Enable Ephemeral Flash Permissions" and disable it
    Done!

    Can you guys please check this and give some feedback?
    Last edited by Yoda_2012; 06.09.18 at 10:46.
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    I can confirm that this flag to bypass Flash permissions has been posted on Chrome and Adobe forums already.

    Please use this information at your own risk. Blue Byte take no responsibility.

    For anyone having difficulty finding the correct entry, please try:

    chrome://flags/#enable-ephemeral-flash-permission

    you should automatically be directed to the right entry.
    Last edited by MOD_Daz; 06.09.18 at 13:07.

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    Thanks for that
    Sorry, but I've slept since then...

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    Thanks for sharing, seems to have done the job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOD_Daz View Post

    Please use this information at your own risk. Blue Byte take no responsibility.
    Can you tell us what kind of risk you are reffering here ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soupssss View Post
    Can you tell us what kind of risk you are reffering here ?
    By messing about in the config file you can make your entire browser unfunctionable.

    In Firefox manually editing settings like that describes it thusly: "Here Be Dragons" (yes literally like that).

    In other words, if you try and do this fix and something happens. Don't come here and whine about it. Support can't help you with those.

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    WARNING: EXPERIMENTAL FEATURES AHEAD! By enabling these features, you could lose browser data or compromise your security or privacy. Enabled features apply to all users of this browser.
    ^^ is the warning chrome comes with when you open 'flags' - also be aware that changing this setting will work for ALL flash-using sites you allows to load Flash

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    TY. Works

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOD_Daz View Post
    I can confirm that this flag to bypass Flash permissions has been posted on Chrome and Adobe forums already.

    Please use this information at your own risk. Blue Byte take no responsibility.

    For anyone having difficulty finding the correct entry, please try:

    chrome://flags/#enable-ephemeral-flash-permission

    you should automatically be directed to the right entry.
    did that disabled in the drop down menu relaunched and didnt work still had pop up

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