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Google's Chrome browser includes a built-in flash plugin. I uninstalled Flash on my system too but I use Chrome for loading up sites which require flash. Another tack you might try is to install Click to Plugin. I was going to recommend Click to Flash, but apparently that isn't under development anymore and the developer recommends Click to Plugin.


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Mabe this will do the trick ? First of all you may need to unhide the hiden files so open terminal and run those commands : defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE killall Finder To switch back, do the same but substitute FALSE for TRUE. Now Login to your guest account, there set chrome as your default browser (or even Firefox) Then ...


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You need to disable the automatically redownload of blocklist.xml in about:config, as described below - source: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Blocklist.xml blocklist.xml is a file in the profile folder. blocklist.xml contains a list of add-ons that Mozilla considers to be harmful to the user (contains security vulnerabilities, adversely affects browsing ...


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You can try to use the system-flashplayer, but you have to enable "Enable NPAPI Mac, Windows" in about:flags first.



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