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Using Flash with a Chromebook

Using Flash with a Chromebook

Adobe will stop supporting Flash across all platforms at the end of this year. In doing so, they (Adobe, along with browser developers) are making the process to use Flash more and more difficult for the end users. 

For the Chrome Devices (Chromebooks for example), you must follow these steps:

1. While Adobe Flash is built into Google Chrome, it is disabled by default. You must enable it every time you turn on the Chromebook by typing the following command into the Address Bar:

chrome://settings/content/flash

You then need to enable Flash by changing "Block Site from Running Flash"

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to "Ask First"

 

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2. Next go to the website you want to run Flash and click on the lock in the address bar:

 

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A drop down menu will show your Flash options. Select "Allow."

Now refresh the page. Flash should be working at this time. 

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