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How can I get flash to stop asking me to upgrade?

Asked by simone54 (7581points) January 1st, 2013

I am using Google Chrome with Mac OS 10.5.8. Flash refuses to work because I don’t have the newest version of it and I cannot get the newest version because my OS is out of date. I can use flash if I click the “Run This Time” button but I have to do it with every new page.

Is there a way I can make automatically run every time?

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Chrome ships with its own version of Flash that is embedded in the Application. It doesn’t use the version other browsers use.

If you only use Chrome I would suggest entirely removing Flash to prevent the prompt.

And there is a setting in Chrome that makes it so you have to click on things to play.
Preferences -> Advanced -> Content Settings -> Plug-ins -> Run Automatically

simone54's avatar

I figured it out. I had to make an Apple Script to make it so Chrome doesn’t make me update it anymore.

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