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Toggle flash in Safari via plug-in
Authored by: rajington on Feb 12, '09 08:20:56AM
The link you want is lower in the page:

"Download ClickToFlash 1.3 Here" or click here

The installer will put the plugin into your "Library/Internet Plugins" folder.

It still needs some work but in it's core ability I like it better than flashblock, it makes it look nicer and allowing sites using flashblock in firefox made the browser crash for me sometimes.

In this however, the whitelist editing is a little weird, and there really is no "menu" yet. In order to allow flash there has to be a flash part on the page for you to click, quite a few sites use 1px x 1px squares for flash content so it's nearly impossible. I don't know of a good way to temporarily turn it off either. Once they add manual additions to the whitelist with wildcard support, I'll enable it again. Sites like lala.com won't work.

That being said there's an AMAZING developer community working on it and they use great sites for the open source projects and issue tracking. They have a list of sites that it doesn't work on that people can add to.

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Toggle flash in Safari via plug-in
Authored by: redfood on Jan 24, '10 01:41:22PM
LaLa works you just have to white list a 2nd domain (which actually serves up the flash). s.pplala.com. (You can find it if you dig through the HTML.)

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