The plugin is no longer loaded by Chrome. In the popup dialog, scroll down until you see the Flash heading. The option won't be available anymore after September 2015 as well. To use the extension, click the icon to the right of the address bar. I am assuming, your chrome is up-todate. Government to be involved in such a practice is typically significantly higher due to political reasons and that bar is probably completely out of reach under this pro-big business administration.
The answer please send to the mail mw dot webmasters at gmail dot com. Make sure that the Ask first before allowing sites to run Flash recommended box is selected. If you use the Settings instead, you get a square asking whether you want to enable Flash to play content instead. One issue when it comes to disabling Flash is that Chrome handles Flash content differently depending on where it was disabled. This method is a bit cumbersome since you must go to the Settings page, etc. Users should be able specify that the browser use the system wide install of flash if requested. Since most plugin-based services are now integrated into Chrome, Google no longer allows for user-installed plugins.
There is no longer an option to enable it for everything all the time. Quoting directly from the support site: Adobe Flash Player is directly integrated with Google Chrome and enabled by default. So, I have to basically select the Always allow on this site option in order for Flash to work. Hopefully, this clarifies exactly how Flash works in the latest version of Chrome. There are a couple of places where you can do this.
Even the remarks about Ghacks have been left in the copy. I hope this solves your Q. There is only a tiny link almost invisible to the original article here. Or at least give us reasonable-Firefox back? You have to dig deep on the Chromium bugs website to find information on those changes. Leave them but set deny execute and read to everyone.
As it stands, it appears more people are content with having limited customization and control options. Web browser plugins are being used by many Internet users even though their use is in decline. Next to the extension you want to manage, either uncheck the Enabled box to disable the Chrome extension or click the trash button to remove it. You should see at least 5 items. Someone could write a plugin as malware, and it would be covertly loaded. The caveat is that it gets added again when Chrome updates. Not cut users from it.
Now click on the Chrome menu button at the top right and click on Settings. By the way, maybe there is an expert on server hardware? Which is sad I suppose, but has been the trend for some years now. If you are encountering speed, upload, download, or various interface problem with Box it could be caused by a plugin, add-on, or extension that you have installed in your browser. I think they plan to do the stupid things in version 56 or 57. Scroll down some more and then click on Content Settings under Privacy. To the right of your address bar, look for your extensions' icons.
You are still in control if you want to allow access. Obviously, if you want to completely block Flash in Chrome, select Block sites from running Flash. The only problem is there are still a lot of sites that use Flash. Now it seems they only want you to enable it for the specific sites where it is needed. Let us hope that Vivaldi and Opera won't follow Chrome's example. Update: now deals correctly with the Plugins Button adware and the instructions below are now redundant. Now You: What's your take on Google's move? If the average user wanted more control over their web browsing experience, Firefox and Vivaldi would be the leading browsers in terms of market share.
The caveat is that it gets added again when Chrome updates. The problem is that some of the questions require Flash to view and answer. Relaunch Chrome and check that all is well. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Show Advanced Settings. Starting with Chrome 57, that option is no longer available. Temporary Solution The only option that is left is to delete the plugin folder on the local system.