Adobe Flash Player
Opera 50.0.2743.0 (PGO). Website Test your Adobe Flash Player installation, http://get.adobe.com/ru/flashplayer/about/
Settings, Websites, Flash, Manage exceptions - Add this site. Rule http://get.adobe.com - Allow.
Opera does not allow to create other rules for this address.
Reload at tab. Flash does not work. The plugin can not be turned on from the context menu of the mouse.
I do not use private mode.
When you enable it, there will be a bar shown at the top of the web page saying "get.adobe.com wants to run Adobe Flash" with two buttons: Allow and Deny. Yeah, I know, you already said you wanted to enable it (from the context menu), but it does ask again. After that, it does work.
Nothing you'd be able to do on your end. Web browsers are phasing out support for Flash and other plugins, as most security issues in browsers actually come from plugins. Try to redesign your site to use HTML5.
PS: Why in the world does it say Cannot find Adobe Flash player 8? The latest version is 27!
Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206
Has updated to v220.127.116.11 and I still have no problems using the method I mention above using Win7 Pro 32-bit. :)
Opera Beta: 49.0.2725.18 x64
Flash Player: 18.104.22.168
Also having this problem. I need to Whitelist manually every site just to make the Flash working. X(
I am using ALT Linux 8. Here libpepflashplayer.so is located in /usr/lib64/pepper-plugins... I changed the file /usr/lib64/opera-developer/resources/pepper_flash_config.json:
"PepperFlashPaths" : [
But the flash still does not work... In other browsers all is ok. What have I not done yet?
rpm -qf /usr/lib64/pepper-plugins/libpepflashplayer.so
VPN or Turbo enabled by chance?
I do not use VPN or Turbo, or any proxy.