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Enable Adobe Flash Player in Chrome
Posted by Brendan Gentry, Last modified by Brendan Gentry on May 06, 2020 04:23 PM

Please note: After closing Chrome, these settings get deleted due to a setting that Google has set up that cannot be changed permanently.  If you are planning on using Flash for long periods, it is highly recommended that you use Firefox instead.  Firefox will not change Flash Player settings once it has closed.

Some websites, like MyMathLab and most Pearson Learning resources, require Adobe Flash Player to function.  When using Chrome, Flash Player is turned off by default.  You will need to turn on Flash Player to use it in Chrome.  To do this, follow the steps below.

1 – Go to the website that you need Flash for 
 
2 – In the top left corner of the address bar, click the lock icon and go to "Site Settings" in the drop down box. 
 
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3 – You should be sent to a new tab for Site Permissions for the website you are trying to access.  Flash should be an option.  If Flash is set to "Block (default)", change the permission to "Allow". 
 
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4 – Close the Settings tab, and refresh the page that requires Flash.

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