I tried downloading the Flash Player plug-in via opera. Thank you both for your reply and sorry for a late one from me. Sadly i've already tried the two links you both provided but still nothing If im not mistaken, before the last recent update or two back there was a third option under "Flash" which said something along the lines of "Click to Play"? That option is no longer there and was enabled on my browser prior to these issues happening.
If you have any other suggestions they would be much appreciated as it looks like I might need to switch browsers since I cant play the training videos for work. Adding to this After making my post i started searching the web and came across a post on Adobes forums which someone posted a fix, to me a temp fix as it gets undone once running Ccleaner or a software like it:. Setting a site to 0, pressing enter and refreshing that page does indeed remove the site from the list.
Also, setting a site to and pressing ENTER to apply it and refreshing the site's page often allows flash to work without even adding an exception to the list.
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I say "often" as it doesn't work all the time. Sometimes I have to close out of the tab for the site and open it up again. Other times I have to repeat that stuff a lot of times or refresh the site page a bunch of times.
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Then it works, again without adding an exception. Then, for sites where that still doesn't help, keep reloading the site for a while just to see if you can get it to work.
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If a site isn't in the list, go to the site first and then it'll show up. If it still doesn't though, you'll have to try the exceptions list.
Then it should show up in the site-engagement list where you can then set it to Not a solution. Just something to mess around with.
Also, once it works for a page, I'm not sure if it keeps working after a restart for example yet. But, it looks like it persists. I corrected the path removing Chrome not sure why they stated that and adding Opera and such enough it worked..
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Back to Mac Hardware forum. Discussion Type. Required Question General discussion. Details of Discussion. Preview Submit Follow. When you install flash player in the normal way, it will ask for the administrative rights. But again nothing is impossible, even without administrator rights of your system you can install it but it needs some extra steps to be followed.
You are working on the pc, and you have standard user rights. For instance, many software programs needs administrative privileges to install the programme. You have rights to use the computer or laptop at school, work, library, public place or maybe in a company.