If you follow the news on Ghacks you know that Google Chrome is the first web browser that offers an internal Flash plugin to enable Flash support in the web browser. The internal Flash plugin is turned on by default so that all users of the web browser can access Flash based web contents even if Adobe Flash is not installed globally.
The Adobe Flash player controls are web based controls for the Flash plugin that can be used to manage various Flash based parameters and Flash cookies.
Chrome users who only use the internal Flash plugin might have noticed that those web controls are not opening for them properly. The control area remains white with no option to show the controls in the web browser.
It took a while of searching to find a way to display the Flash player settings panel in Google Chrome. Open the Chrome options by clicking on the Tools button in the Chrome toolbar.
Switch to the Under the Bonnet tab and click the Content Settings button afterwards. Now click on the Adobe Flash Player storage settings link in the Cookies tab to open the Adobe Website Storage Settings panel that works in the Chrome browser.
This opens the Flash player controls correctly so that Google Chrome users can manage the Flash Player settings as well.
It is possible to open the url directly in Google Chrome so that it is not necessary to follow the menu path to open it.
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