How To: Play Flash Games

How To: Play Flash Games


Recent updates for Chrome and Safari have auto-disabled Flash, which at this time is required for most audio and video players to work at cbc.ca. You should also have the most up-to-date version of Flash installed, which you can find here.

Enabling Flash in Chrome

1. Type chrome://plugins in your address bar. You will see the following screen:



2. Navigate to the section labelled 'Adobe Flash Player' and make sure that the link below in blue reads 'Disable' and the box next to "Always allowed to run" is checked. Note: Clicking 'Disable' will disable your Flash, so unless it reads 'Enable,' you do not need to click it. If the box next to "Always allowed to run" is not checked, you will need to make sure it is checked for Flash to be enabled.

3. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

Enabling Flash in Safari

1. Open Safari and select Safari, then Preferences



2. Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected. Click Plug-in Settings.



3. Select Adobe Flash Player



From the When visiting other websites menu, choose On, and then click Done.



4. For each website appearing in Currently Open Websites, choose On in the menu on the right. Click 'Done' to save changes.



5. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

Enabling Flash in Firefox

For Mac OS

1. Select Firefox, then Tools and then Add-ons



2. Select Plugins

3. In the list of Add-ons, locate Shockwave Flash (this is the Flash Player) and review what appears to the right of the plug-in name.



4. Set to 'Always Activate' and close the window.



5. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

For Windows

1. Select Firefox, then Tools and then Add-ons



2. Select Plugins

3. In the list of Add-ons, locate Shockwave Flash (this is the Flash Player) and review what appears to the right of the plug-in name.



4. Set to 'Always Activate' and close the window.



5. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

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    How To: Play Flash Games


    Recent updates for Chrome and Safari have auto-disabled Flash, which at this time is required for most audio and video players to work at cbc.ca. You should also have the most up-to-date version of Flash installed, which you can find here.

    Enabling Flash in Chrome

    1. Type chrome://plugins in your address bar. You will see the following screen:



    2. Navigate to the section labelled 'Adobe Flash Player' and make sure that the link below in blue reads 'Disable' and the box next to "Always allowed to run" is checked. Note: Clicking 'Disable' will disable your Flash, so unless it reads 'Enable,' you do not need to click it. If the box next to "Always allowed to run" is not checked, you will need to make sure it is checked for Flash to be enabled.

    3. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

    Enabling Flash in Safari

    1. Open Safari and select Safari, then Preferences



    2. Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected. Click Plug-in Settings.



    3. Select Adobe Flash Player



    From the When visiting other websites menu, choose On, and then click Done.



    4. For each website appearing in Currently Open Websites, choose On in the menu on the right. Click 'Done' to save changes.



    5. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

    Enabling Flash in Firefox

    For Mac OS

    1. Select Firefox, then Tools and then Add-ons



    2. Select Plugins

    3. In the list of Add-ons, locate Shockwave Flash (this is the Flash Player) and review what appears to the right of the plug-in name.



    4. Set to 'Always Activate' and close the window.



    5. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.

    For Windows

    1. Select Firefox, then Tools and then Add-ons



    2. Select Plugins

    3. In the list of Add-ons, locate Shockwave Flash (this is the Flash Player) and review what appears to the right of the plug-in name.



    4. Set to 'Always Activate' and close the window.



    5. Navigate to the audio or video player you were using.