Disable Flash update popup.

  • I use Non-Pepper Flash player 17. Opera keeps nagging, and nagging, and nagging, and nagging, and nagging, and nagging me in a popup to "Update my flash player to ensure I have the latest content" or something. I don't want, do you understand, DON'T WANT to update to Pepper Flash (nor chase standard Flash updates). Comprehend? Do not want to update my Flash. How do I disable this popup so you stop raping me?

  • Found it.

    "Warn about Adobe Flash Player update" in opera://flags. Thank you for leaving me a way to stop your constant @$$ raping. But such things should be in normal preferences.

  • Just keep in mind that support for npapi plugin is being dropped by Chromium so no-pepper flash may stop working in a few months.

  • I did the exact same thing setting that flag to disabled. But, a splash screen keeps blocking the content I want to see because of the outdated npapi flash. What should I do?

  • I too, would like to allow Flash to run without being forced to constantly interrupt my work to update Flash! (I update it periodically, but would like to choose the time!!)

    It appears that the flag mentioned above in opera://flags has been removed in Opera 32.0.1948.25. Therefore, the option to bypass the 'Update Flash' roadblock appears to be no longer possible! :>(

    Has anyone discovered a way to reinstate this option, putting the user back in control of his/her own update schedule??!

    aboutblank6
    September 18, 2015

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