Why does Flash not continue to be allowed on a specific website after I close the browser?

Why does Flash not remain allowed on a website in Chrome ?
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AlexProject Systems EngineerCommented:
Can you upload that as a picture please not a document?


You copied text and pasted it into Word.  Why?  You could have simply pasted it here.

The current application requires Flash but a new HTML5 enabled version is almost ready for release!

The recommended browser version with Flash capability is Google Chrome. Other browsers will work if a supported flash engine is installed on the host operating system.
Flash Engine Not Detected
Flash Engine Required = 11.1.0 or later
Cookies Enabled = true
Host Platform = Win32
User Agent = Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/69.0.3497.100 Safari/537.36
DoctorK12008Author Commented:
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AlexProject Systems EngineerCommented:
Chrome uses its own flash player built in and it's not compatible with that site, see if it works in IE, if it does update your browser

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David S.Consultant & Challenge SubduerCommented:
Chrome disables Flash by default now and asks each time if you want to allow it. Here's how to tell Chrome to always enable it for a site (domain): https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/6258784?hl=en

FYI, it's also possible to allow top-level-domains that are using HTTPS.
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