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I install youplayer for firefox which then asked to adjust so flash settings through the adobe website. I can't change any tabs nor can I confirm or cancel any changes (like with how much data flash can store) Adv Reply March 1st, 2009 #8 itisbasi View Profile and video doesn't play... In any case this is a bug that IMHO must be fixed before leaving the working desktop alternatives out of the distribution.

would love to hear a response. Brian Rickert 979 views 3:46 Getting Rid of the Flash Player Allow Application Popup - Duration: 3:38. This artist says he's selling his Troubled Walter Investment Management stock continues freefall St. Flash is still being stupid.

Adobe Flash Player Settings Can't Click Allow

Could anyone suggest a work around? Going to the extreme, is there a way just to get the Adobe settings to be completely disabled? To test, Go to Right click the video playing choose settings then see if you can click the pop up and change settings? Richard Best (sosaudio1) wrote on 2012-11-30: #69 Just a heads up to add to this.

  1. The actions still take place but flash becomes unclickable Intrepid 32 bit Lastest flash from repos Any1 else has had this problem??
  2. From the context menu, select Settings, and then click the Microphone tab.
  3. I hope this is fixed with future updates.
  4. though i can hear the audio.
  5.
  6. David A.

For example, you might select Always Deny here and then use the Website Privacy Settings Panel and select Always Allow for individual websites that you know and trust. Read more... Note: The Settings Manager that you see above is not an image; it is the actual Settings Manager. Adobe Flash Player Settings Local Storage Can't Click Any fixes??

But I even cannot allow this! Adobe Flash Player Settings Allow Deny Can't Click After reading this thread I logged out of my computer user account and logged in as a different user, oddly enough settings manager was totally responsive. even with tab it won't respond ! A permanent workaround: when you're logged in, you could go into the "Software Centre" (or "Center") search for and install gnome-panel (make sure you type it as gnome-panel).

Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Adobe Settings Manager Nothing happens when the user interacts > with it. I'm using an iMac I bought in 2008, with MacOS Leopard 10.5.6. Be it a game, video, website, etc. 2) Right click on the flash player and select "Settings" 3) Try to click on something in the dialog box such as a checkbox

Adobe Flash Player Settings Allow Deny Can't Click

Maybe it will take 15 years. Tikhon Pethoud (brtikhon) wrote on 2012-05-07: Re: [Bug 865672] Re: "Adobe Flash Player Settings" dialogue does not respond to mouse clicks #32 Download full text (4.8 KiB) Thanks. Adobe Flash Player Settings Can't Click Allow IMHO the bug is in Unity. -- Elias Aarnio Kousakatu 9 20780 KAARINA 040-5411832 Marc Deslauriers (mdeslaur) wrote on 2013-05-17: #90 Flash Player doesn't properly handle compositing window managers. Adobe Flash Player Settings Can't Click Mac This problem with Flash Player settings not working is definitely caused by Unity.

User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. news I played with CSS, removed elements, modified elements. Re: Adobe Flash Player Settings Problem patf9033 Oct 25, 2009 6:22 AM (in response to kooz81) Cheyenne - thanks for the tip. Loading... Adobe Flash Player Settings Popup Can't Click

Read more... Solutions: Settings manager should fix Adobe Flash player problem 12/04/11 [Last modified: Monday, December 5, 2011 7:49am] Photo reprints | Article reprints
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good luck... Adobe Flash Player Settings Local Storage Pop Up Try this: Click Start, Control Panel, Programs and then click Turn Windows features on or off. The only solution for now is to go to then select the website you want to give permission for your camera or microphone.

Jeb E. (jebeld17) wrote on 2012-05-07: #31 I found a workaround: Use "Ubuntu 2D", "GNOME", or some other desktop environment besides the classic "Ubuntu" desktop environment on 12.04, and the problem

Christopher Barrington-Leigh kirjoitti 8.4.2013 17:19: Installed gnome-shell on my latest 13.04 laptop. AplayDevices:  **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****  card 0: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: ALC269 Analog [ALC269 Analog]    Subdevices: 0/1    Subdevice #0: subdevice #0 ApportVersion: 1.23-0ubuntu2 Architecture: i386 ArecordDevices:  **** Questions are answered only in this column. Flash Player Test Turns out it was HTML/CSS based on our application as well.#flash_parent { padding:5px 0 0 5px; }was being used to give the parent DIV some room.

Chris Coulson (chrisccoulson) on 2013-05-14 no longer affects: chromium-browser (Ubuntu) no longer affects: firefox (Ubuntu) no longer affects: chromium-browser no longer affects: firefox Roman Shipovskij (roman-shipovskij) wrote on 2013-05-17: #87 Chris, Luis Santos 15,461 views 0:40 How-To Fix Adobe Flash Player Problems on Internet Explorer and Firefox - Duration: 9:08. Coeur Noir (gerald-maruccia-e) wrote on 2015-01-04: #104 Still not solved on 14.04 but another "workaround" is to use flash through pipelight. check my blog Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading...

Their answer is completely useless ( see here ) ! Beware that using pipelight might bring some other problems every now and then as it makes use of wine. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 16. Sign in Transcript Statistics Add translations 19,492 views 35 Like this video?

See Disable hardware acceleration in Flash for details. Be it a game, video, website, etc. > 2) Right click on the flash player and select "Settings" > 3) Try to click on something in the dialog box such as If I start Firefox, it connects immediately. Just to be safe, check both the per-user Library and the system-wide Library?

Now everything will still look familiar, but it will be in "2D" mode instead of "3D" mode. Adobe support has been no help at all. when you are on your video... I tried that and got the message that IE8 is not supported by my operating system, which is Windows 7.