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Tue, Feb 12 2019 3:26 AM by TbagBrown. 12 replies.
  • Golfjambo United Kingdom
    15 Posts
    Mon, Jan 14 2019 2:52 AM

    I keep getting a popup box with the following:

    Adobe Flash Player Settings

    Local Storage

    Allow media5.wgt to store info on your computer

    Can't get rid of it even if i say "allow"

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  • lonniescott711 United States
    3,955 Posts
    Mon, Jan 14 2019 10:11 AM

    Golfjambo:

    I keep getting a popup box with the following:

    Adobe Flash Player Settings

    Local Storage

    Allow media5.wgt to store info on your computer

    Can't get rid of it even if i say "allow"

    What browser are you using ? Make sure that your browser is set to allow you to use flash . Go into your settings and check .

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  • pipala United Kingdom
    831 Posts
    Tue, Jan 15 2019 2:13 AM

    Exactly the same here, Firefox 64.0.2 and I can't figure any way to stop it popping up, getting pretty frustrating

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  • forrrrrrrr Australia
    379 Posts
    Fri, Jan 18 2019 1:40 PM

    Had same problem after installing 64-bit version so went back to 32-bit and pop-up now gone

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  • Fanling2002 France
    1,096 Posts
    Sun, Jan 20 2019 2:03 PM

    same here , I was expecting the last release of firefox to fix the problem but it didn't.

     

    so I consult WGT on Edge where no such problem exists.

     

    still awaiting Firefox to fix the bug as I am not very found of Edge

     

     

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  • Hexxer Poland
    2 Posts
    Fri, Feb 1 2019 11:27 AM

    Same here.

    I am running windows 7 64-bit and the newest Adobe Flash Player version 32 on Mozilla.

    I'm getting a popup for my Adobe Flash Player Settings asking for permission to store info. It can be closed by clicking the "close" button but reappears later on. Sometimes it freezes so the only thing you can do is to leave the current page. It is very irritating.

    What options do we have now ? Is Firefox going to fix that problem ?

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  • DoctorLarry United States
    2,209 Posts
    Fri, Feb 1 2019 4:04 PM

    Hexxer:
    What options do we have now ? Is Firefox going to fix that problem ?

    You need to ask Mozilla that question..............

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  • Baldace United Kingdom
    3,109 Posts
    Sat, Feb 2 2019 1:38 AM

    If you roll back to FF 63.0.3 there are no issues, they only started after 64 was released.

     

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  • borntobesting United States
    8,189 Posts
    Sat, Feb 2 2019 6:14 AM

    DoctorLarry:

    Hexxer:
    What options do we have now ? Is Firefox going to fix that problem ?

    You need to ask Mozilla that question..............

    Or go to a better more stable browser. Something like an older version of Slimjet or an older version of  Comodo Dragon. Both are better for playing WGT than Firefox. 

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  • thebigeasy707 United Kingdom
    5,858 Posts
    Sun, Feb 3 2019 2:24 AM

    Edge works for me. Before that I used Maxthon.

    tbe

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