It is feasible that when you enter a web portal, you see a message that says "Adobe Flash Player is blocked" above a gray box, where the content should appear. Now we will know the answer to the problem with the Google Chrome browser.
Adobe Flash is a format created in 1996 to provide interactive web pages, which enables simple animations, videos and games. Its security problems led to the development of HTML 5 as a successor, and current mobiles no longer support Flash.
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On computers, it is still feasible to use the plugin on a limited basis for a while, but The flash is locked by default, to avoid security problems, hence the message it displays.
- When choosing the option "Run this plugin" it should work:
- However, it will most likely appear in a light color and we will not be able to select it. To solve it, we will click on the padlock icon that appears next to the web address, and from the drop-down menu we will choose "Web portal configuration":
- Through the configuration window that opens, we will look for the chapter on "Flash" and in the menu we will choose "Allow":
- We select "Recharge" at the top of the browser. Just by pressing it, Adobe Flash Player will activate:
- We can also enable Adobe Flash in Chrome, so as not to repeat this in the future. We are going to go to the drop-down menu, the three dots in the upper right corner, and then to "Setting":
- We went down through the window to locate the section of "Web portal configuration", which in this case is applied by default to all the pages we visit:
- We look for the section of "Flash" and after opening it we activate the box «Ask before»:
- After modifying this configuration, the Flash content will not be loaded by default, but its activation is facilitated, since by right clicking with the mouse we will have the opportunity to «Activate Flash» to start them:
We can configure pages to run Flash automatically in Chrome. This is how it can be done:
- Load chrome: // settings / content / flash in the address bar of the browser. This opens the Adobe Flash content settings.
- We can change the state of Flash by moving the "ask first" slider to off.
- To add a site to the permission list, click the "Add" button next to allow and add a site to the list. We can use [*.] Example.com for that, or enter https://www.example.com/ instead.
- The same rules apply to sites that we want to block from running Flash content.
Clicking on the three dots next to a list of sites offers us options to edit, delete or block sites.
Of course, let's remember that Adobe Flash ends its support in 2021, not only by browsers, but also by its creators they will abandon it. Perhaps this date could be extended for a while, but its end is already very near.
As of this moment, standard browsers will not allow Flash games, videos and animations to run. The "Adobe Flash is blocked" message will likely be replaced by an unsupported message with no workable solution.
In this way, Fixing the "Adobe Flash is blocked" message is only temporary.In the medium term, we will have to do without a supplement that is more than 20 years old.