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I don't have the option to Always activate in flash player

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I can not set Flash player to Always Activate...that option is not available in the add-ons manager...I have version 32-0-0-238, with 32 bit windows 8....also the battery just gives me the Allow option I can not set it to remember that decision

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The "Always Activate" choice has been removed and only "Ask to Activate" is available for the current session (i.e. is not remembered).

See the Release Notes.

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So now how do I get it to allow for my games.....so far when I click it to allow, my game is still not able to open so that I can play....is there any other option

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What genius came up with this idea? Yeah, I really love having to activate the flash plugin every time I return to a website. Thanks a heap Firefox!

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How to contact Adobe Flash Player to send new updates that I can use Always Activate. Somebody please, Help me!

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You could send feedback to Mozilla and tell them it was very premature to disable the "Always Activate" option now, instead of at the end of 2020 (and why) :

https://qsurvey.mozilla.com/s3/FirefoxInput/

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Why it going to end the flash players? Is Fire fox going to end adobe flash player? What is going to replace Adobe Flash players?

Cause, I need the flash player to play Pogo games

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rebels01 said

Why it going to end the flash players? Is Fire fox going to end adobe flash player? What is going to replace Adobe Flash players? Cause, I need the flash player to play Pogo games

It's almost the "End of Life" for Flash - even Adobe will stop supporting it. Most sites already use e.g. HTML5.

For more information, see these search results and also these ......

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How about Pogo? Firefox take away Java and now Adobe flasher. what else Firefox going take away from us?

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rebels01 said

How about Pogo?

Just like any other site that still uses Flash - you should be asked to enable/allow Flash for that session.

Firefox take away Java and now Adobe flasher.

The only browser that still supports Java is IE (Internet Explorer) ....

As for Flash : please read what's been posted before (Adobe themselves will stop supporting Flash).

what else Firefox going take away from us?

Please, don't blame Firefox - sites that still use Flash will have to switch to e.g. HTML5 (or complain to Adobe .... ).

But for now (till the end of next year) you will still be able to play your Pogo games; you'll just have to enable/allow Flash for each session.

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I already contact Pogo. They know now. and they are working on it By 2020, They will have something that replace adobe flasher

           Thank you

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rebels01 said

I already contact Pogo. They know now. and they are working on it By 2020, They will have something that replace adobe flasher Thank you

That's great news  ! Thank you for letting us know  !

(and enjoy your games ! )

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You can consider to switch to Firefox 68 ESR to get full support for Flash a bit longer.

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cor-el said

The "Always Activate" choice has been removed and only "Ask to Activate" is available for the current session (i.e. is not remembered). See the Release Notes.

I run my own weather website - www.cheadlehulmeweather.co.uk - and the Flash content is useful. I'm frustrated that Firefox have decided they know better than me and won't allow me to permanently enable Flash on my own website. Please reconsider and allow exceptions for nominated websites.

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I understand, but it a pain to click accepted, every time, I play a game on Pogo. The adobe Flasher player is going to expire in 2020.

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rebels01 said

The adobe Flasher player is going to expire in 2020.

And that goes for everybody on this little planet - as mentioned before : sites that still use Flash will just have to switch to something like HTML5.

Adobe already announced the "end-of-life" for Flash back in 2017, so everybody had (and still has) ample time to do what needs to be done.

For now we'll just have to put up with having to enable/allow Flash for each session (and that goes for all browser, as far as I know) - but there are worse things in life, eh ?

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How to switch to HTMLS? please go step by step how to do it please.

My laptop is Pro- 8.1{HP laptop}

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rebels01 said

How to switch to HTMLS?
please go step by step how to do it please.

Users like you and I don't have to do anything - it's the sites that now still use Flash that will have to switch to something like HTML5.

Don't you worry - everything will be alright by the end of next year; just you wait and see.

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I hope so. For Pogo sake.

           Thank you.
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Note that it is HTML5 with the number 5 and not with a 'S' as last character.

The HTML5 media player is builtin in Firefox.

Pogo used in the past Java for a lot of games and then apparently switched to Flash when browsers stopped supporting the Java applet and now Flash is about to go as well, so they will (or actually should) have switched to other ways to code their games.

There are lots of other options a website can use instead of Flash for running games. This includes HTML5 (canvas) and WebAssembly (WASM) and WebGL, so there are a lot of alternatives available that all use builtin browser means.

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