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how do I add Adobe to the allowed list as required by firefox?

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Instructions for Adobe Flash Player update say,

Mozilla Firefox will not install Adobe Reader from web sites until you add them to the Allowed List. Please follow the steps below.Mozilla Firefox will not install Adobe Reader from web sites until you add them to the Allowed List. Please follow the steps below.


1. Look for a yellow bar at the top

The damn problem is .... THERE IS NO FREEKIN YELLOW BAR !


This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== WITH TODAYS NOTICE OF UPDATE TO FLASH AFTER INSTALLING FIREFOX 3.6.7

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I had the exact same issue .. so frustrating! Here is the solution:

To add the site to the trusted sites list:

  1. At the top of the Firefox windowOn the menu bar, click on the ToolsFirefoxEdit menu, and select Options...Preferences....
  2. Select the Security panel.
  3. At the right of Warn me when sites try to install add-ons, click Exceptions....
  4. In the Allowed Sites - Add-ons Installation dialog, the list of permitted sites is displayed. The current site URL is inserted into the text field.
  5. To allow the site, click Allow. Then, click Close.
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The instructions on the Adobe site are outdated and do no longer apply to current Firefox versions and you can ignore those instructions and save the Adobe installer to your desktop and start the installation with a double-click on that file.

See How do I edit options to add Adobe to the list of allowed sites