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Unless I'm missing something this isn't anywhere near the functionality of Flash Block. Flash Block puts a placeholder in the spot of any SWF file it would load, and then lets me click to load the file if I want to see it, or quickly whitelist the site if I always want it to be able to load flash.

This appears to be just be turning flash on or off globally (and not very quickly either). FF has that level of control out of the box as well.




Flashblock has been available for chrome for ages.

http://www.chromeextensions.org/appearance-functioning/flash...


turn it off. then you can quickly whitelist each site as you get to it from the icon in the right of the url bar.

the only difference that i know between this and what you explained is the lack of a placeholder image.


If a site has one flash video I want to watch and a bunch a flash crap surrounding it that I don't want, it's nice to able to just unblock the video and not have to whitelist the entire site.


Thanks... this definitely works well enough for me. I definitely didn't expect the feature to be this accessible based on the menu settings.


Yes it doesn't offer all the functionality yet, but it will get better I'm sure.




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