I have gone through every single item on Google's Use or fix Flash audio & video page, yet the address bar still displays a "Plugin blocked" text on every page load.

I then have to press the text and select "Run all plugins this time", in order to be able to run the Flash content.

I am a bit at a loss of what to fix this nuisance, which I see every time I use Tidal on Linux, as it doesn't have a desktop app.

Is there a fix for this, except for ticking "Run all flash content" on all sites?


Try doing these steps in order, then restart Chrome and see if it works.

  1. In chrome://plugins, check "Always allowed to run" for Adobe Flash Player
  2. Open the menu and go to Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy -> Content Settings -> Flash -> Manage Exceptions and add "https://listen.tidal.com/" and select "Allow" under Behavior.
  3. In chrome://flags, enable "Run all Flash content when Flash setting is set to "allow""
  • As said, I already tested all of the things on the official Google Page. 1. chrome://plugins/ hasn't worked since Chrome 57 (disabled). 2. Already enabled. 3. There is no such option in the latest Chrome. Actually no flags relating to Flash at all. – oligofren Oct 30 '17 at 10:03

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