Enable Adobe Flash Player for use in the Google Chrome web browser.

Mac OS

  1. In the address bar, type chrome://settings/content.
    Type chrome://settings/content in the Chrome address bar
    Type chrome://settings/content in the Chrome address bar

  2. On the Content settings screen, find the Flash Player listing. Check the status.

    The Content settings screen
    The Content settings screen

  3. Select Allow sites to run Flash, and then click Done.

    The Flash section of the Content settings screen
    The Flash section of the Content settings screen

  4. To manage Flash Player settings by site, click Manage exceptions.

    Click Manage exceptions to manage Flash Player settings on a per-site basis
    Click Manage exceptions to manage Flash Player settings on a per-site basis

  5. On the Flash exceptions screen, enter the website domain and then choose Allow. When finished adding sites, click Done.

    The Flash exceptions screen
    The Flash exceptions screen

  6. Close the Content settings screen.

Windows

  1. In the address bar, type chrome://settings/content.

    Type chrome://settings/content in the address bar
    Type chrome://settings/content in the address bar

  2. On the Content settings screen, find the Flash Player listing. Check the status.

    The Content settings screen
    The Content settings screen

  3. Select Allow sites to run Flash, and then click Done.

    The Flash section of the Content settings screen
    The Flash section of the Content settings screen

  4. To manage Flash Player settings by site, click Manage exceptions.

    Click Manage exceptions to manage Flash Player settings on a per-site basis
    Click Manage exceptions to manage Flash Player settings on a per-site basis

  5. On the Flash exceptions screen, enter the website domain and then choose Allow.  When finished adding sites, click Done.

    The Flash exceptions screen
    The Flash exceptions screen

  6. Close the Content settings screen.

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