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I visit a site that requires permission for Adobe Flash Player. EVERY TIME I VISIT.... Is there a way to give this site permission to ALWAYS allow

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Always have to allow Adobe Flash Player when a site is visited... Where is the trusted site location for Adobe Flash?

Always have to allow Adobe Flash Player when a site is visited... Where is the trusted site location for Adobe Flash?
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  • Shockwave Flash 32.0 r0

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; Win64; x64; rv:69.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/69.0

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philipp
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hello, the flash plugin is about to be sunset by adobe and all browser vendors within the next months - not allowing it to run by default anymore is one of the steps in the transition away from it.

https://developer.mozilla.org/de/docs/Plugins/Roadmap

hello, the flash plugin is about to be sunset by adobe and all browser vendors within the next months - not allowing it to run by default anymore is one of the steps in the transition away from it. https://developer.mozilla.org/de/docs/Plugins/Roadmap
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metalman630 0 solutions 27 answers

Yea, that may be great for you to say..but I have to log into at least (3) websites at work...all asking for this now. It is creating inefficency in using the browser...and will now have to install a previous version of FireFox and set it to not update, or...ultimately have to turn to the FireFox swear word, "IE".

Let me example something. My company uses ADP daily time login sheets. My company also makes and item that when you want to GET TO THE LOGIN SCREEN, you CAN'T unless YOU ALLOW IT. If I deny either of these, I won't be able to DO MY JOB or get paid for my job. There is still a huge following of using Flash player, it needs to be like the old FireFox and allow it all the time if I so WISH, not be controlled by the browser developers desires.

Yea, that may be great for you to say..but I have to log into at least (3) websites at work...all asking for this now. It is creating inefficency in using the browser...and will now have to install a previous version of FireFox and set it to not update, or...ultimately have to turn to the FireFox swear word, "IE". Let me example something. My company uses ADP daily time login sheets. My company also makes and item that when you want to GET TO THE LOGIN SCREEN, you CAN'T unless YOU ALLOW IT. If I deny either of these, I won't be able to DO MY JOB or get paid for my job. There is still a huge following of using Flash player, it needs to be like the old FireFox and allow it all the time if I so WISH, not be controlled by the browser developers desires.
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cor-el
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You can consider to install Firefox 68 ESR.

Firefox 68.1.0 ESR:

See also the 68.0 ESR Release Notes.

You can consider to install Firefox 68 ESR. Firefox 68.1.0 ESR: *https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/ See also the 68.0 ESR Release Notes. *https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/68.0esr/releasenotes/

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metalman630 0 solutions 27 answers

Already installed 68.0.2 back on (2) of the (3) machines I need to change. Here's a set of tips for everybody. If you don't follow this, you will loose your bookmarks and the software will update BEFORE YOU CAN SET IT OTHERWISE.

1) Go to book marks and show all book marks. 2) Import and backup button, run a backup where you can find it. (WHY? Because FF is going to make you create a NEW account). 3) Go to your ADDONs and take note of what Extensions and Themes you use (new account looses everything including cookies...settings...) and maybe even note what you have in the options area so you can put it back the way you like it. 4) Download from https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older-version-of-firefox 5) Turn off your WiFi or unplug your ethernet cable. 6) Install. 7) Go to Options and AT LEAST set the FF updates to "Check for updates" (yea, they removed that "Never update" thing awhile back). Set your settings, import your bookmarks, plug into the world again. 8) Go to said sites that you are prompted for Flash Player and click the lego brick in the address bar. Set the check box back to never ask and allow.

Already installed 68.0.2 back on (2) of the (3) machines I need to change. Here's a set of tips for everybody. If you don't follow this, you will loose your bookmarks and the software will update BEFORE YOU CAN SET IT OTHERWISE. 1) Go to book marks and show all book marks. 2) Import and backup button, run a backup where you can find it. (WHY? Because FF is going to make you create a NEW account). 3) Go to your ADDONs and take note of what Extensions and Themes you use (new account looses everything including cookies...settings...) and maybe even note what you have in the options area so you can put it back the way you like it. 4) Download from https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older-version-of-firefox 5) Turn off your WiFi or unplug your ethernet cable. 6) Install. 7) Go to Options and AT LEAST set the FF updates to "Check for updates" (yea, they removed that "Never update" thing awhile back). Set your settings, import your bookmarks, plug into the world again. 8) Go to said sites that you are prompted for Flash Player and click the lego brick in the address bar. Set the check box back to never ask and allow.
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