2 days ago google chrome updated and now the site i go to play a game Dragon Ball Z - The Best Online Game 2016 - Free to Play! keeps saying Adobe Flash Player is blocked i put the flash player Allowed always and still saying it's block .
ya did that it's still showing blocked im on Windows 10 Creater
It looks like Google, once again, changed how to enable Flash in Chrome. We'll need to update the tech note. Their own tech note, Adobe Flash isn't working - Google Chrome Help, appears to not yet be updated for the new behaviour.
I just updated to 184.108.40.20671.86, stable branch, on Windows 7 64-bit, and my view of chrome://settings/content/Flash is different from yours. This is what I see:
What version, including channel, of Chrome are you running?
Please do the following:
Your chrome://flash screenshot is interesting, as it's not identifying the OS:
I actually missed your post stating what OS you are on and I tested on Windows 7. I'll test on Windows 10 Creators Update and reply back shortly.
I was able to reproduce the "OS = Windows UNKNOWN SPo 64" on my version of Windows 10 Creators Update. I've notified our PM to notify our contact at Google. While the OS isn't displaying correctly in chrome://flash, it does display correctly in chrome://system.
I attempted to create an account at Dragon Ball Z - The Best Online Game 2016 - Free to Play! to attempt to reproduce the behaviour you are observing, but kept getting a 'password too short' error, even though I had the required number of characters.
Please try the following:
no it doesn't anymore but now it just resets the loading screen saying lost connection before it would log into the game then not buffer because there was no flash player then lost connection now
ya it just started to happen 2 days ago when Google Chrome updated
With the chrome://flags/#prefer-html-over-flash flag disabled, go to the game site and do the following:
Note that this is a change Google made, not Adobe. Ultimately, browser vendors control what plugins load, and how. Google, along with the other browser vendors, are defaulting to HTML5 content and making Flash click-to-play, while providing these workarounds to enable Flash. For Google's roadmap with regards to Flash on Chrome, please see Flash Roadmap - The Chromium Projects and Google Groups
o and i don't think its a windows problem i factory reset my computer once on windows 10 samething then i went back to windows 8 samething , went to my friends house yesterday and updated his google chrome and the game didn't work
On this screenshot:
Right-click in the 'sorry you lost connection' window and select right-click.
Post a screenshot of the context menu
ya it wont even load after the login now so i can't take a picture but i remember what it looked like
Is this the only site exhibiting this behaviour? Does Flash content play on other sites?
Ultimately, Google controls the plugin behaviour in the browser. Since none of the suggestions have worked, including instructions from Google's own help doc, I recommend resetting the changes made either manually, or by resetting Chrome (see Reset Chrome settings to default - Google Chrome Help ) and contacting Google directly (Google Groups)
its the only flash game i know but i been on google groups and i see alot of people are having the same problem with google chrome blocking Flash player even when it's on but thank you for the help today just have to hope they fix it with the next update
I was finally able to create an account (using IE, the site continued to return errors when I attempted to create an account using Chrome).
I then selected the vados server:
I then had to enable Flash in Chrome (the page displayed the puzzle piece, prompting to click to enable flash). I then got the following error after a few seconds:
If you haven't done so yet, I also recommend contacting the content provider.
i thought my internet was mess up so i did call my internet provider and he said everything was great so i don't think it's my internet
Oh boy, I love these game issues as I learned long ago how to fix it. See Chrome has TWO flash players, what you need to do is go to your settings and check which one is enabled, if it's pepper flash then disable and use the other one or vice versa. Typically you should avoid having both of them enabled.
* See attached for reference. Scratch that, Chrome appears to have done away with that setting, it's been a long time since I used it, here's a link to a thread that other people were discussing about similar issues. Here's another link to get to the menu system they are talking about. I would strongly advise against using Chrome as for the years that I used it I always found it unreliable and constantly causing issues with my system (both PC and laptop) and with Adobe Flash Player.
BTW, Chrome isn't really the best, I find it quite laggy, I use Opera browser and it works much better. Chrome actually copied all it's systems from Opera.
Thanks for your comments, but they are out-dated. Chrome only supports one plugin, which is the PPAPI plugin. Whether it's embedded (released/update by Chrome) or not (manually installed), it's the same plugin. The links you posted are links I've already suggested to the OP and didn't work.
Thank you! Changing the prefer-html-over-flash setting resolved this problem on my mac
Please try the following: