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I am using Google Chrome's "click to play" functionality to prevent Flash plugins from running unless I choose to. This is fantastic and at last my machine is fast again.

Problem is I love the Google Chrome built in PDF viewer and I don't want to click to have PDF's displayed.

Anyone know if it is possible to configure "click to play" only for Adobe Flash?


merged by Sathya May 7 '11 at 15:07

This question was merged with Disabling Chrome's Click-to-Play for a specific plugin because it is an exact duplicate of that question.