How to Enable Java Script and Flash Player for Safari

How to Enable Java Script and Flash Player for Safari
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How to Enable Java Script and Flash Player for Safari
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There are a lot of websites that need Flash Player to play flash games and videos. Java Script to be enabled is required for some features, like Slideshow. Internet browser like Safari requires enabling Flash Player or JavaScript and display notifications. If you are receiving such kind of message then there a quick solution is available for this issue.

How to enable Java Script and Flash Player for Safari Internet Browser

A step by step procedure to enable Java Script and Flash Player for Safari Internet Browser is as follow:

  1. Open Safari Internet Browser.
  2. Click on Safariin the menu bar.
  3. Now clickSecurity tab, and click on Plug-in Settings option.
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  4. Now check Java and Adobe Flash Player, and choose on from the drop-down list as shown in the screenshot below.
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  5. Enable JavaScript by adopting the same procedure i.e. checking Java and choosing on from the drop-down list.
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Reminder:  There is an option “When Visiting Other Websites” and it has 3 options further options for both Java and Flash Player; On, Ask, and Off. If you select On option, that will run Java/ flash player automatically whenever a website requires java/flash player to be enabled. By selecting Ask option, you will see a prompt whether you would like to turn Java/ flash player on or not. Third and last is Off option which will never run the flash player if selected.

If you would like to enable Java/ Flash player for any specific website, first visit that website, and then follow the instruction described. Under Plug-in Settings that website will show up automatically. So you are in control of all websites you visit. It means you can enable Flash Player for one website and keep it off for other websites. All of the customization is up to you.

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