how to allow flash and remember it now?

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lalagida
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how to allow flash and remember it now?

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since upgrade to 22(chrome 72), I can no longer give permanent permission to run flash on the websites, now it asks for permission every time I relaunch browser, experimental feature option disabling ephemeral flash permission is removed from chrome://flags (sigh)

any workaround for this pesky problem?

sleeper10
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Re: how to allow flash and remember it now?

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Google, not Slimjet, made the change to flash, so I doubt Slimjet can change it since they are based on Google Chrome:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/col ... 348935002/

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Re: how to allow flash and remember it now?

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You can mess around with the settings.

When you get to a page with flash click the lock icon near the https and select Settings at the bottom then tell it to Allow flash all the time for that page. See if that sets the page to be always allowing flash on the next visit.

I cannot find a global solution.
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lalagida
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Re: how to allow flash and remember it now?

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sleeper10 wrote:
Wed Mar 20, 2019 10:02 am
Google, not Slimjet, made the change to flash, so I doubt Slimjet can change it since they are based on Google Chrome:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/col ... 348935002/
but I thought 3rd party chromium browser doesn't necessarily accept all the features of google chrome hmm

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Re: how to allow flash and remember it now?

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oftentired wrote:
Wed Mar 20, 2019 6:32 pm
You can mess around with the settings.

When you get to a page with flash click the lock icon near the https and select Settings at the bottom then tell it to Allow flash all the time for that page. See if that sets the page to be always allowing flash on the next visit.

I cannot find a global solution.
I already tried that trick to no avail, every whitelisted websites allowed to run flash were reset when I reload the browser. maybe that's what the term "ephemeral" is supposed to mean.

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