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Remove flash cookies in Chrome

Posted on 2012-04-03
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For Adobe online tutorials I need to enable flash cookies in Chrome.  Is there a way to have them automatically removed when I exit the browser?
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Question by:glenn_1984
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by:Chetan Khurana
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Thanks for the input, but neither of the above seem to do this AUTOMATICALLY.
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by:Chetan Khurana
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chrome://settings/content
Select Last option - clear cookies and OTHER SITE and PLUG-IN data when I close my browser.

This will do it. (Flash cookies are covered in Plug-in Data)
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by:glenn_1984
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Yep, thanks
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Oh forgot...does that clear LSO cookies as well?
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Flash cookies ARE LSOs. So yes it does :-)
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