Automated Flash Site Enabler (Lite)
Allow the configured flash enabled site(s) to launch by default in Chrome version 69 and above.
What is Automated Flash Site Enabler (Lite)?
Automated Flash Site Enabler (Lite) is a Chrome extension that provides users with the opportunity to configure up to two URLs to automatically permit the execution of flash without any popups or user interventions. Default URLs of various game sites are provided as an illustration of the correct format. An upgrade to a 'Pro' version is available for a small fee, allowing users to configure more than two URLs. This extension does not work under the Incognito mode.
Note: As of October 2020, a Chrome update appears to be forcing the need to manually allow a site to run flash every time the browser is restarted. If a work around can be found, a new version will be published. In the near future, it is expected that Flash will be permanently blocked by Chrome given the sunset announcement.
This extension allows one or two URLs to be configured to automatically allow flash to run without popups/user intervention.
The URLs of game sites are defaulted and provided as an example of a format. Different URLs should be entered in the format http://www.sitename.com/*
This is the "Lite" version of the extension and is free for use.
A "Pro" version is available which allows configuration of more than two URLs and is available for a modest fee. See the extension popup menu or options page for a link to "Pro".
If you like the "Lite" version and would like to make a donation that would be appreciated as well. A donation may be made by using the Donate button on the options page.
Note: It has been reported that the extension does not work under Incognito mode even if the extension is properly enabled for Incognito. At this point, be advised that this extension does not allow flash to be enabled under Incognito mode. If an update is identified, a new version will be published.
User reviews summary
- Works with multiple sites
- Developer is helpful
- Enables users to specify websites
- Not working with recent Chrome updates
- Limited to two URLs
- Does not work on Facebook and its game applications
- Working before recent Chrome update
- Developer support
- Website specifying feature
Automated Flash Site Enabler (Lite) is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.
Automated Flash Site Enabler (Lite) has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.
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