Flash Tutorials - Herong's Tutorial Examples - Version 3.02, by Dr. Herong Yang
Missing Adobe Flash Player on Chrome 35
This section provides a tutorial example on what you will see on Google Chrome 35 when visiting a Web page that uses Flash without Adobe Flash Player enabled.
Google Chrome 35 comes with an integrated Adobe Flash Player plugin. So normally, you don't need to install any additional plugins to view Flash Web contents in Chrome.
But if the integrated Adobe Flash Player plugin is disabled in Chrome,
you will see the "Missing plugin" icon where the Flash content is located on the page.
The picture below shows you an example of what you will see when the Adobe Flash Player plugin is disabled in Chrome:
As you can see in the picture, Chrome gives you a message on how to fix the issue:
Adobe Flash Player has been disabled. To re-enable it, please go to chrome://plugins
To verify if your Chrome has Adobe Flash Player enabled or not, you can run Chrome and visit this Web page at http://herongyang.com/Flash/SWFC-ActionScript-Space-Explorer-Stabilized.html. If Adobe Flash Player is enabled properly, you will see the Space Explorer Flash running near the bottom of the page instead of the "Missing plugin" icon.
See next tutorial on how enable Adobe Flash Player on Chrome 35.
Last update: 2014.
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