Blocked Plug In? Hey, I am getting a blocked plug message on jing videos, it's only started happening.
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How do I unblock the plug in I wasn't aware I blocked? Adrian Rainey 1 Post 0 Reply Likes confused. All 14 Replies.
For OS X 10.11, macOS 10.12 and later
Hi Adrain, Something that newer browsers have started doing is blocking outdated plugins for security reasons. I'm guessing that's what's going on in your case. I'd go to this page and make sure you have the latest version of Flash installed: If you're seeing that message in the Jing history, that uses the Internet Explorer browser, so you will likely have to visit the link above in Internet Explorer too and update to the latest version -- Internet Explorer uses a different plugin than Firefox.
Belinda 1 Post 0 Reply Likes. Hi Glenn, I'm on Google Chrome and ran a check to see if latest flash is installed, which it is. Still getting the blocked plug-in though - what do I do?
Sean Barker 2 Posts 0 Reply Likes. If you purchased Jing and this is happening and they don't offer a solution that can easily be understood tell your credit card company and they will let you reverse the charge. Just screen shot that you asked along with the error.
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In three years nobody has figured out a way to fix this issue for those of us who have a Mac and use Chrome. It's like trying to cure a disease. You need to visit the Flash Installer site in Safari. Blinda, If you're on Google Chrome, Adobe Flash is actually included in the browser -- you don't need to install it separately. Where exactly are you seeing the blocked plugin message? Is it within the Jing app itself or after you share it to another site?
Glenn do you know why this happens in Mac?
Blocked Plug In ?
I can't get this blocked plugin thing to stop showing up after I've finished creating a jing video and i think it's causing people to not see the videos i'm creating. Hi Nicole, I'm sorry you are having trouble. I checked with Glenn and we don't have any new information to share about this issue right now. Everything we can do within this forum is given on this page. He recommends you open a ticket with our Technical Support team to see if they can get to the root of the issue.
This is a free service. You can sSubmit a ticket here: Hi Glenn, i just recorded a screen cast in jing and saved it as a. Hi Everyone, If you're getting the blocked plugin message within Jing like in Tim's screenshot, this is actually Internet Explorer and not whatever your default browser is e. Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Jing shows its previews using Internet Explorer within the app itself. Reboot even if it doesn't tell you to and then try again. I'm on a Mac so I can't test right now, but I think that Microsoft has probably altered Internet Explorer to start blocking out-of-date third-party plugins like Adobe Flash Player.
I hope this helps, Glenn. I know I can get rid of the error message by installing the latest Flash version. What I would really like to know is how I could make Safari stop checking my Flash version, stop whining about it, and just work with whatever Flash version I happen to have at the time. Is that possible?
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My computer still says that i am up to date but when i go onto a website it still says flash is out of date. Why does Adobe need to update Flash ever? Constantly tinkering with it to keep some team employed is more obnoxious to the end-user as this article and responses demonstrate that simply leaving it alone. Badly done, Adobe. Blame Apple for blocking Adobe even after you get the newest version.
Follow IntegoSecurity. The Mac Security Blog. Search for: Click the placeholder to learn more. If the plug-in is installed, Safari might ask whether to use the plug-in once or every time you visit the website:.
Turn on plug-ins
To turn off all plug-ins for all websites, deselect Allow Plug-ins. To view your installed plug-ins or turn off a specific plug-in for all websites, click the Plug-in Settings button, then deselect the checkbox for that plug-in:. You can also configure a plug-in for specific websites, whether or not the website currently requires the plug-in:. Here you see websites that are currently open or previously configured to use the plug-in. Use the pop-up menus to configure the blocking policy for each website:.
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Turn on plug-ins When visiting a website that requires a plug-in to show content, you might see a placeholder where that content would appear. If the plug-in is installed, Safari might ask whether to use the plug-in once or every time you visit the website: Use Once: