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

Mac OS

  • 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

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

    The Content settings screen
    The Content settings screen

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Close the Content settings screen.

Windows

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

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

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

    The Content settings screen
    The Content settings screen

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Close the Content settings screen.