Opera thinks Adobe Flash Player is Not Enabled, but it is

  • Trying to play audio clips in Amazon and get a pop up box that says: "Adobe Flash is required to play this music. Go to Plug in Settings to Enable Flash Plug in." The followins plugins were blocked on this page: Adobe Flash Player. Flash IS indeed enabled and I have no problems with any other browser, so it's an Opera issue. I am running Windows 10 on a brand new laptop and the latest version of Adobe Flash. It just seems to be Amazon clips that will not play. YouTube plays fine.

  • Opera is based on Chromium, and requires a different format of Flash than Firefox or IE.

    Go here and see what Adobe says.

  • Also check if Turbo or VPN isn't enabled,as they block the use of plugins.

  • @sgunhouse >

    Opera is based on Chromium, and requires a different format of Flash than Firefox or IE.
    Go here and see what Adobe says.

    I have that version of Flash and even Re-downloaded it. Still doesn't work.

  • Also check if Turbo or VPN isn't enabled,as they block the use of plugins.

    Those are not enabled. Still doesn't work. I will just have to use another browser for Amazon listening. I have found nothing online as a fix for this problem.

  • What happens if you add Amazon as an exception in Flash/plugins settings?

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