It has not ben easy trying to find where to post this so if anyone is good enough to reply I hope I can find my way back here.
This is weird. Yesterday everytime I tried to access any website a small window appeared telling me that Flash Player was blocking access and asked me to click on "Allow". I had to do this perhaps ten or more times before the site opened. The window just kept re-appearing. I looked in Control Panel>Programs and saw that a new version of Flash had been downloaded. I re-started the computer and all seems to be well now. I assume that the problem was something to do with the update but surely if it is necessary to re-start after a download then Adobe should tell us. I think I had a similar problem about a month ago but didn't associate the problem with Flash. (Windows 7)
Any thoughts please?
If you have a list of sites in there, you could set access to these sites globally.
I am sorry but I am not much of a techie and I am not sure what I am being asked to do here. In my Control Panel I have a Flash Player Settings Manager but it does not look anything like the one in the link. I have never had to alter any settings before and I have had Flash Player loaded on my computer for years. Having re-started the computer last night all seems to be well so I assume that whatever happened was something to do with the update. I could re-set settings so I am asked before updating? As far as I can see, according to my settings, there is no restriction on Flash content so why when there is an update am I asked to allow Flash not once but many many times for the same website. Every time I clicked allow the same window kept re-appearing. If I have to re-start the computer after an update then there should be some notification
Thanks for your input.
Flash Player was blocking access and asked me to click on "Allow".
I do not really know; I have myself never seen any such message. If it happens again, can you take a screenshot and post it here?
I also don't think that a Windows restart is required after a Flash Player update.
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