Ive been trying to get pandora to work and so far have been unsuccessful. When pandora starts to load, the page says " The flash local storage is disabled and must be eneabled to use pandora." When I use the link in their FAQ section to the flash manager, the settings never save when I make any changes. http://blog.pandora.com/faq/contents/51.html Is the URL for their FAQ section that I was using. My system specs are as follows. Any help would be appreciated.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
Browser : Mozilla Firefox version 3.6.15
Flash: Version WIN 10,2,152,32
You can control Flash Player's behaviour with respect to the data it stored by visiting the Flash Settings Manager, which is not surprisingly a Flash application on the Macromedia/Adobe web site. There you can visit the "Global Storage SettingsFlash should deal with local storage: Here you can control how much space is used, or whether applications are even allowed to store information on your computer at all. (It's worth visiting the other tabs in the Setting Manager. They'll let you control content on a site by site basis, as well as other privacy and security settings.)
Hi, I think his issue is that the Settings aren't being saved, not that he doesn't understand what to do. If you have a solution, please post it by all means:-) The Forum is very busy, as you can tell.
yeah, eidnolb is right. I've found the global manager and have adjusted the settings, but once I so much as switch tabs my settings reset. Under "Global Storage Settings" the "allow third party flash content to store data on your computer" option isn't checked even after I've clicked on it. Though if I click the "store common flash components to reduce download times" it will ask if I want to delete and disable the storage, but that doesn't show a check mark either. thanks for trying though. hopefully its something that can be fixed easily.
Hi, The website you mentioned is speaking of local storage. This Setting is located here:
You can read what this is and how it may be used. This is the website requesting this, not Adobe.
Then this Setting (3rd party) would also most likely need to be set:
You also can use this Setting for a particular website that you want in the trusted zone:
As with all of the Setting Panels, be sure to read what they are for and how you want to have them set.
As you are Setting them, make a written note. Then you'll have a record and can always check to see if they are still as you set them.
I am going to uninstall and then and then reboot/restart my computer so all temporay disappear and if you want it clean program like CCLEANER.
Then do I install it again....
It didn´t worked that either
I guess it is a develope issue as I update always to the latest version