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Nov 14, 2017 Nov 14, 2017

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Hi, I have opera 49, I have already installed flash player (re-installed too), but my browser (opera 49) can't read flash contenets. I have chrome, and firefox if I really need to use a flash, but i's pretty annoying can't use flash on my first browser. Any fix?szdf.png

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Nov 14, 2017 Nov 14, 2017

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What is the operating system, including version, you are using?

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Opera is based on Chromium, and they have incorporated some of the recent 'block flash by default, click-to-play' changes into Opera 49.  I would recommend contacting Opera for assistance as it's the browser that determines when to load the Flash plugin.

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I'm using windows 10 pro, version: 1709, build: 16299.19

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In addition to my previous comment, it's quite possible the content provider hasn't updated their content to conform to Opera's 'click-to-play' implementation.  Since the browser landscape around 'Flash click-to-play' is very fluid, content developers need to stay abreast of the browser changes. Some do, some don't. I would also recommend reporting the issue to the content provider.

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Nov 22, 2017 Nov 22, 2017

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Opera 49 implements click-to-play for Flash Player.  It appears to be in line with Chrome's changes (which makes sense, since Opera is a Chromium fork).  This is Opera's change, not ours.  Please feel free to let them know your thoughts.

The following Chrome guide might be useful:

Use or fix Flash audio & video - Computer - Google Chrome Help

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