The internet browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Microsoft Edge can sometimes block Adobe Flash software and thus restricts you from viewing any video items. In this article, we will provide you with the steps for enabling and disabling the Adobe Flash Player individually on Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Edge browsers. Sometimes while you are attempting to view a video item in Media Collections Online by using the Mozilla Firefox web browser, it might result in a black entry. For that, you have to enable flash in Firefox.
You can follow the below steps for Firefox enable Adobe Flash:
But then, it is not always recommended to set Flash as “Always Activate.” The reason for this is that Flash is no longer secure like modern solutions. It might also open your system to security risks while visiting unfamiliar sites. If you want to disable it again, you need to click on ‘Never activate the option’.
For enabling the Adobe Flash Player on Google Chrome browser, you can follow the below procedures:
In case, you intend to add more sites to it which allows Flash Player, then click the “Manage exceptions” button. There type in the site address and click on ‘Done’ to save the changes.
If you want to enable Adobe Flash player in your Opera browser, then follow the guidelines below:
By following the above steps, you can easily enable Flash on your Opera browser. If you see the Disable button there, that means you have successfully enabled Flash on your Opera browser.
In order to enable Flash Player on Edge browser, you can follow the step-by-step guide below:
Hope that the above solutions will help you in enabling Adobe Flash Player in many of your web browsers including Mozilla Firefox. If still, you are unable to enable it, then it is advised to take avail professional help.