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Flash Player : Settings Manager

Settings Manager

This information applies to Adobe Flash Player on desktop and notebook computers. To change Flash Player settings on mobile devices, visit the Settings Manager for mobile devices.

Who uses this Settings Manager?

Beginning with Flash Player 10.3, the Local Settings Manager supersedes this Online Settings Manager for managing global settings on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. The Local Settings Manager can be accessed in the Control Panel on Windows and in System Preferences on Mac. Users of other operating systems and earlier versions of Flash Player can continue to use the Online Settings Manager described here.

To access the local Flash Player Settings Manager that is native to your operating system:

  • Windows: click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Flash Player
  • Macintosh: System Preferences (under Other) click Flash Player
  • Linux Gnome: System > Preferences > Adobe Flash Player
  • Linux KDE: System Settings > Adobe Flash Player

To access Help for the local Settings Manager, click any of the individual Learn more…. links on the Settings Manager tabs, or click any of these links:

What can I do with the Settings Manager?

Adobe is committed to providing you with options to control SWF or FLV content and applications that run in Adobe Flash Player. The Flash Player Settings Manager lets you manage global privacy settings, storage settings, and security settings, by using the following panels:

  • To specify whether websites must ask your permission before using your camera or microphone, you use the Global Privacy Settings panel.
  • To specify the amount of disk space that websites you haven't yet visited can use to store information on your computer, or to prevent websites you haven't yet visited from storing information on your computer, you use the Global Storage Settings panel.
  • To view or change your security settings, you use the Global Security Settings panel.
  • To specify if and how often Flash Player should check for updated versions, you use the Global Notifications Settings panel.
  • To view or change the privacy settings for websites you have already visited, you use the Website Privacy Settings panel.
  • To view or change the storage settings for websites you have already visited, or to delete information that any or all websites have already stored on your computer, you use the Website Storage Settings panel.
  • To view or change protected media settings, you use the Protected Content Playback Settings panel.
  • To view or change peer-assisted networking settings, you use the Peer-Assisted Networking panel.
How do I get to the Settings Manager?

The Settings Manager is a special control panel that runs on your local computer but is displayed within and accessed from the Adobe website. Adobe does not have access to the settings that you see in the Settings Manager or to personal information on your computer.

Click the links below to open the specific Settings Manager panel that you want. The Settings Manager that you see on the page is not an image; it is the actual Settings Manager. To change your settings, click the tabs to see different panels, and then click the options in the Settings Manager panels that you see on the web page.

The settings in the Settings Manager apply to all websites that contain SWF or FLV content, rather than just a specific website.

What are privacy settings?

Applications that run in Flash Player may want to have access to the camera and/or microphone available on your computer. Privacy settings let you specify whether you want applications from a particular website to have such access. Note that it is the person or company that has created the application you are using that is requesting such access, not Adobe (unless Adobe has created the application that wants access to your camera or microphone).

It is the responsibility of the person or company requesting access to make it clear to you why they want access and how they plan to use the audio or video. You should be aware of the privacy policy of anyone who is requesting audio or video access. For example, see the Adobe privacy policy. Contact the website requesting access for information on their privacy policy.

It's important to understand that even though this settings panel is part of Flash Player, the audio and video will be used by an application created by a third party. Adobe assumes no responsibility for third-party privacy policies, actions of third-party companies in capturing audio or video on your computer, or such companies' use of such data or information.

To specify privacy settings for all websites, use the Global Privacy Settings panel. To specify privacy settings for individual websites, use the Website Privacy Settings panel.

What are storage settings?

Applications that run in Flash Player may want to store some information on your computer, but the amount they can store is limited to 100 kilobytes unless you agree to allocate additional space. Local storage settings let you specify how much disk space, if any, applications from a particular website can use to store information on your computer. Note that it is the person or company that has created the application you are using that is requesting such access, not Adobe (unless Adobe has created the application that wants to save the information). It is the responsibility of the person or company requesting access to make it clear to you why they want access and how they plan to use the information they save. You should be aware of the privacy policy of anyone who is requesting access to your computer. For example, see the Adobe privacy policy. Contact the website requesting access for information on their privacy policy.

It's important to understand that even though this settings panel is part of Flash Player, the information will be used by an application created by a third party. Adobe assumes no responsibility for third-party privacy policies, actions of third-party companies in storing information on your computer, or such companies' use of such data or information.

To specify storage settings for websites you haven't yet visited, use the Global Storage Settings panel. To specify storage settings for websites you have already visited, use the Website Storage Settings panel.

What are security settings?

Adobe has designed Flash Player to provide security settings that do not require you to explicitly allow or deny access in most situations. Over time, as SWF and FLV content have become more sophisticated, Flash Player has also become more sophisticated, offering users additional privacy and security protections. However, you might occasionally encounter older SWF or FLV content that was created using older security rules. In these cases, Flash Player asks you to make a decision: You can allow the content to work as its creator intended, using the older security rules, or you can choose to enforce the newer, stricter rules. The latter choice helps ensure that you only view or play content that meets the most recent standards of security, but it may sometimes prevent older SWF or FLV content from working properly.

When older content runs in a newer version of the player, and Flash Player needs you to make a decision about enforcing newer rules or not, you may see one of the following pop-up dialog boxes. These dialog boxes ask your permission before allowing the older SWF or FLV content to communicate with other locations on the Internet:

  • A dialog box might appear alerting you that the SWF or FLV content you are using is trying to use older security rules to access information from a site outside its own domain and that information might be shared between two sites. Flash Player asks if you want to allow or deny such access.

    In addition to responding to the dialog box, you can use the Global Security Settings panel to specify if Flash Player should always ask for your permission, through the dialog box, before allowing access; always deny access, without asking first; or always allow access to other sites or domains without asking your permission.

  • (Flash Player 8 and later) If you have downloaded SWF or FLV content to your computer, a dialog box might appear alerting you that the content is trying to communicate with the Internet. Flash Player 8 and later versions do not allow the local SWF or FLV content to communicate with the Internet, by default.

    Using the Global Security Settings panel, you can specify that certain applications that run in Flash Player on your computer may communicate with the Internet.

To change your security settings or learn more about your options, see the Global Security Settings panel.

What are protected content playback settings?

Some content on the Internet is protected by the content provider using Adobe Flash Access. To enjoy this protected content, users must first get content licenses from the content provider. These content licenses are automatically downloaded to your computer, for example, when you rent or purchase the protected content. Flash Player saves these licenses on your computer.

To manage or deactivate these licenses, use the Protected Content Playback Settings panel.

What are peer-assisted networking settings?

A website that serves audio and video to your computer can deliver the content with better performance if users who are playing the same content share their bandwidth. Sharing bandwidth allows the audio or video to play more smoothly, without skips or pauses from buffering. This is called peer-assisted networking, since peers on the network assist each other to provide a better experience. Flash Player only shares bandwidth using peer-assisted networking with your permission.

If you enable this option, you are not agreeing to share your bandwidth whenever an application wants to use it. You are only allowing applications to ask you whether you want to share your bandwidth. In most cases, you want to share your bandwidth only when you are using a high-speed Internet connection.

Note that sharing your bandwidth increases the amount of data your network provider delivers to your device. If you pay a flat monthly fee for unlimited network data, using peer-assisted networking won't increase your monthly bill.

However, if you pay for a limited amount of data or are unsure how you are charged for network usage, you probably want to disable peer-assisted networking. If you do so, you will never be asked whether you want to share your bandwidth.

To specify whether or not to use peer-assisted networking, use the Peer-Assisted Networking panel.

If I've already set privacy and disk space options in my browser, do I need to do it again?

You may be aware that some websites work together with your browser to store small amounts of data, called cookies, on your computer for their own use in the future. For example, when you go to a website regularly, it may welcome you by name; your name is probably stored in a cookie, and you can use browser options to determine whether you want cookies or not. You may also have specified in your browser that pages you visit can take up only a certain amount of disk space.

When SWF or FLV content is being played, the settings you select for Flash Player are used in place of options you may have set in your browser. That is, even if you have specified in your browser settings that you do not want cookies placed on your computer, you may be asked if an application that runs in Flash Player can store information. This happens because the information stored by Flash Player is not the same as a cookie; it is used only by the application and has no relation to any other Internet privacy or security settings you may have set in your browser.

Similarly, the amount of disk space you let the application use has no relation to the amount of disk space you have allotted for stored pages in your browser. That is, when SWF or FLV content is being played, the amount of disk space you allow here is in addition to any space your browser is using for stored pages.

No matter how you may have configured your browser, you still have the option to allow or deny the application that runs in Flash Player permission to store the information and to specify how much disk space the stored information can occupy.

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Adobe - Flash Player : Settings Manager

Global Security Settings panel

Note: The Settings Manager that you see above is not an image; it is the actual Settings Manager itself. Click the tabs to see different panels, and click the options in the panels to change your Adobe Flash Player settings.

If you are a designer or developer creating applications for Flash Player, see Global security settings for content creators instead.

Use the Global Security Settings panel to specify if SWF or FLV content that uses older security rules can access the Internet. (For information about why you may need to do this, see What are security settings?) To help you decide if it is safe to allow the older security rules to be used, ask yourself: Did I originally download this content myself from a website that I trust? Is the SWF or FLV content trying to communicate with a website that I trust? The website with which the SWF or FLV content wants to communicate is listed in the pop-up dialog that appears when the SWF or FLV content first tries to communicate with the website.

Your options are as follows:

  • You can set Flash Player to always ask your permission before letting SWF or FLV content use older security rules; always allow SWF or FLV content to use older security rules; or always deny SWF or FLV content the right to use older security rules. These options, at the top of the panel, apply to both SWF or FLV content that you use on the Web and that is stored locally on your computer. Read more about Online and local content that uses the older security rules, below.
  • (Flash Player 8 and later) For a finer level of control, you can let specific SWF or FLV content on your computer use older security rules to access any Internet site it wants. This option, at the bottom of the panel, applies only to SWF or FLV content that is stored locally on your computer, not accessed from a website. Read about SWF or FLV content stored on your computer (Flash Player 8 and later).

If you do not allow SWF or FLV content to use the older security rules, the content might or might not function as intended. If you change your mind about these settings, you can always return to the Global Security Settings panel and change the settings.

For an overview of issues relating to global security settings, see What are security settings? in the discussion of the Settings Manager.

Online and local content that uses the older security rules

Some SWF or FLV content on websites or on your local computer uses older security rules to access information from other sites or communicate with the Internet. For example, you might be shopping at shoes.companyA.com. You want to add a pair of sandals to your shopping cart, and the sandals' price is on another site, at sandals.companyA.com. In this example, the first site tries to access the second, using the older security rules. Or, SWF or FLV content stored locally on your computer might try to communicate with the Internet. When the content uses older security rules and tries to perform these operations, Flash Player asks your permission. You can set the permission so that it affects all SWF or FLV content using the older system of security:

  • If you want Flash Player to always ask your permission before using the older security rules, select Always Ask My Permission. Selecting this option allows you to decide, on a case-by-case basis, if the SWF or FLV content can be trusted or not. (A trusted website is a well-known site that you recognize and trust.) When SWF or FLV content tries to use the older security rules, you will see the security pop-up question. At that point, you can allow the SWF or FLV content to use the older security rules or deny it the right to use the older security rules.
  • If you want to always allow SWF or FLV content use the older security rules, select Always Allow Access. Selecting this option means you are telling Flash Player that you trust all SWF or FLV content and don't want to be asked about this again. You will not see the security pop-up question again.

    This option is convenient but might also allow sharing of information, such as personal information that you have provided to one site, between sites.

  • If you don't want to allow SWF or FLV content to use the older security rules, select Always Deny Access. Selecting this option means you do not trust any SWF or FLV content that uses the older system of security. You won't see the security pop-up question again.

    Because SWF or FLV content will not be allowed to use the older system of security to access information from other sites, such SWF or FLV content might not function as intended.

SWF or FLV content stored on your computer (Flash Player 8 and later)

Some SWF or FLV content that you download to your computer might try to use older security rules to communicate with the Internet. For example, you might enter data in an expense tracking application running in Flash Player that you use offline, then that information is sent to a company website for processing. In another example, a help system running in Flash Player installed on your computer may contact the Internet for updated content.

You can specify what SWF or FLV content on your computer may always use the older security rules by adding the location of the content to the Security panel. After you add a location on your computer to the Security panel, content in that location is trusted. Flash Player won't ask you for permission and will be always allowed to use the older security rules, even if Always Deny is selected in the Security panel. The Always Trust Files in These Locations list overrides the options in the Settings panel. That is, if you select to always deny local and web content the right to use the older security rules, the local files in your trusted list are always allowed to use the older rules.

The Always trust files list at the bottom of the panel applies specifically to SWF or FLV content that you have downloaded to your computer, not content that you use while visiting a website.

(Flash Player 8 and later) To specify that SWF or FLV content on your computer may use the older security rules to communicate with the Internet:
  1. In the Settings Manager Global Security Settings panel, above, click the pop-up menu and select Add Location.

    The Add Location box opens. If you arrived at the Settings Manager by clicking the Settings button in a dialog box, the Add Location box contains a path that looks something like C:\directoryname\filename.swf or /Users/directoryname/filename.swf; this path tells you which file tried to communicate with the Internet and was stopped by Flash Player security. If the path contains the content that you want to let communicate with the Internet, copy and paste the path into the Trust this location box. Or, click one of the Browse buttons and find the content yourself.

    You can add an individual file or an entire directory. If you add an entire directory, all the files and subdirectories in that directory are trusted. Some SWF or FLV content consists of multiple related files, and you might need to trust the entire directory where all the related files are located. In general, avoid trusting top-level directories.

  2. Click Confirm.

    The location is added to the Security Settings panel. Locations listed are always allowed to use the older security rules, even if the Always Deny or Always Ask options at the top of the Security panel are selected.

    After you add trusted locations, you must restart the local SWF or FLV content by either refreshing the browser or restarting the player.

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Adobe - Flash Player : Settings Manager

Global Storage Settings panel

Note: The Settings Manager that you see above is not an image; it is the actual Settings Manager. Click the tabs to see different panels, and click the options in the panels to change your Adobe Flash Player settings.

Websites might occasionally want to store information, such as your high score from a game that runs in Flash Player or what products you have purchased, to your computer. In the Global Storage Settings panel, you can control how much disk space websites can use to store information, or you can prohibit websites from storing any information at all. (If you prohibit websites from storing information, the website might or might not function as intended.)

Use this panel to specify the default storage settings for websites that you haven't yet visited. (To change settings for websites you have already visited, use the Website Storage Settings panel.) The following list explains the storage options:

  • If you don't want to let applications from any website save information on your computer, and you don't want to be asked again, select Never Ask Again. This action doesn't delete any information that is already stored. (To delete existing information, use the Delete options in the Website Storage Settings panel.)
  • If you want to decide on a case-by-case basis whether applications from a website can save information on your computer, move the slider to the far left (None). Each time an application wants to save information on your computer, you will be asked for more disk space.
  • If you want to let applications from any website save as much information on your computer as they need to, move the slider to the far right (Unlimited).
  • If you want to let applications from any website save information on your computer, but want to limit the amount of disk space they can use, move the slider to select 10 KB, 100 KB, 1 MB, or 10 MB. If an application needs more space than you have allotted, you will be asked for more disk space while the application is running.
  • (Flash Player 8 and later) If you do not want to let third-party content store information on your computer, deselect Allow Third-Party Content To Store Data On Your Computer.

    When you visit a website, the address shown in the browser address bar is usually where most of the website is located. For example, if you visit a fictional website www.[hotel].com, most of the website is located at www.[hotel].com. Sometimes, websites combine content from different sources. For example, www.[hotel].com might display a reservations form in Flash that actually comes from [reservations.hotel].com. The content from the latter website is called third-party content.

    Third-party content might try to store information on your computer. In the hotel reservations example, you might be willing to let [reservations.hotel].com store information on your computer, such as data about which hotels you prefer, so that you can make a hotel reservation. However, you might not be willing to let third-party content store information on your computer in other situations. For example, a car-rental company, www.[my-car-rental].com, might have a banner ad on www.[hotel].com, to track your website usage or to record your preferences.

    To prohibit all third parties from storing information on your computer, deselect Allow Third-Party Content To Store Data On Your Computer. This option is available only with Flash Player 8 and later. Adobe recommends that you upgrade to the most recent version of Flash Player available.

  • (Flash Player 9.0.115.0 and later) If you do not want to store Flash components on your computer, deselect Store Common Flash Components To Reduce Download Times.

    Flash Player lets you store common or shared SWF and FLV files and other components from different websites on your computer to significantly reduce download times and allow faster viewing. For example, www.[hotel].com and [reservations.hotel].com might both use the same Adobe components on their sites.

For an overview of issues related to storage, see What are storage settings? in the discussion of the Settings Manager.

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Adobe — Flash Player: Справка — Параметры конфиденциальности

Параметры конфиденциальности

This information applies to Adobe Flash Player on desktop and notebook computers. To change Flash Player settings on mobile devices, visit the Settings Manager for mobile devices.

Что такое параметры конфиденциальности?

Приложениям, выполняемым в Adobe Flash Player, может потребоваться доступ к имеющимся на компьютере камере и/или микрофону. Параметры конфиденциальности позволяют указать, будет ли у приложений с определенного веб-сайта такой доступ. Обратите внимание, что доступ запрашивается лицом или компанией, создавшими используемое приложение, не корпорацией Adobe (если приложение, которому требуется доступ к камере или микрофону, разработано не Adobe). В показанном выше диалоговом окне в поле [website] показано имя лица или компании, запрашивающих доступ.

Лицо или компания, запрашивающие доступ, должны объяснить, почему он им нужен, и как предполагается использовать аудио- и видеоданные. Необходимо иметь сведения о политике конфиденциальности любого, кто запрашивает доступ к аудио- или видеоданным. В качестве примера см. Политика конфиденциальности Adobe*. Свяжитесь с веб-сайтом, запросив доступ к сведениям по их политике конфиденциальности.

Необходимо понимать, что хотя эта панель и является частью проигрывателя Flash Player, аудио- и видеоданные будут использоваться сторонним приложением. Корпорация Adobe не несет никакой ответственности за политики конфиденциальности сторонних поставщиков, за действия этих компаний по сохранению аудио- и видеоданных на пользовательском компьютере, а также за использование таких сведений компаниями.

Что произойдет, если выбрать вариант «Разрешить»?

Если выбрать вариант «Разрешить», приложение может захватывать изображение с камеры и звук с микрофона до тех пор, пока оно не будет закрыто.

Приложению может потребоваться выполнить широковещательную рассылку аудио- или видеоданных другим людям, просматривающим или прослушивающим это же приложение, например, во время интерактивной конференции. Кроме того, приложение может записывать аудио- и видеоданные для последующего воспроизведения, поэтому тот, кто не смог участвовать в конференции, может просмотреть ее позже.

Возможно, потребуется сделать записанные приложением аудио- и видеоматериалы недоступными для просмотра и прослушивания другими пользователями, например, чтобы дать возможность выступающему отрепетировать свою речь, увидев и услышав себя со стороны. В этом случае приложение не будет выполнять широковещательную рассылку или запись аудио- или видеоматериалов, а просто выполнит захват видео- и аудиоданных.

Согласно данным раздела Что такое параметры конфиденциальности?, приведенным выше, лицо или компания, запрашивающие доступ, должны объяснить, почему он им нужен, и как предполагается использовать аудио- и видеоматериалы. Например, будут ли они записываться или только будут показываться в режиме реального времени? Если они будут записываться, кто будет иметь доступ к этим материалам в будущем? Будут ли они удалены спустя определенный период времени? В политике конфиденциальности того, кто запрашивает доступ к аудио или видео, должны быть оговорены такого рода вопросы.

Что произойдет, если выбрать вариант «Запретить»?

Если выбрать вариант «Запретить», приложение не получит доступа к камере или микрофону. Приложение продолжит работу, но, возможно, будет выполнять не все предполагаемые функции. В качестве альтернативы приложение может проинформировать, что дальнейшая работа без предоставления доступа невозможна. В этом случае необходимо либо разрешить доступ, либо закрыть приложение.

Что означает «Запомнить»?

Если выбрать вариант «Запомнить», то после разрешения или запрещения доступа, этот вариант будет применяться ко всем приложениям с данного веб-сайта, а не только к запущенному в данный момент приложению. То есть проигрыватель Flash Player не будет выполнять повторный запрос, если приложения с этого веб-сайта уже имеют доступ к камере и микрофону.

Если вариант «Запомнить» не выбран, то после разрешения или запрещения доступа, это решение действует только в отношении запущенного приложения. То есть при повторном запуске этого или любого другого приложения с данного веб-сайта проигрыватель Flash Player будет повторять запрос на разрешение или запрещение доступа к камере и микрофону.

Как можно повторно открыть эту панель, чтобы изменить параметры конфиденциальности?

Возможно, потребуется изменить параметры конфиденциальности, например, если выбран режим «Запомнить», а потом необходимо будет изменить решение о разрешении или запрете доступа. Повторное открытие панели «Параметры конфиденциальности».

  1. Щелкните правой кнопкой мыши (Windows) или щелкните мышью, удерживая нажатой кнопку Control (Macintosh), значок приложения во время его выполнения.
  2. Из контекстного меню выберите пункт «Параметры», а затем перейдите на вкладку «Конфиденциальность».
Вкладка «Конфиденциальность» не видна, поэтому нельзя открыть эту панель.

Если компьютер или устройство не поддерживают запись аудио или видео с помощью проигрывателя Flash Player, в разрешении или запрете доступа к камере или микрофону нет необходимости, поэтому данная панель не отображается.

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Adobe - Flash Player : Help

Local storage pop-up question

This information applies to Adobe Flash Player on desktop and notebook computers. To change Flash Player settings on mobile devices, visit the Settings Manager for mobile devices.

Why do I need to answer this question?

The application that you are running in Adobe Flash Player wants to store some information on your computer, but it needs more space than is currently allocated. By default, every flash application is allocated 100 kilobyte system memory. If an application want to store more information it requests this by this pop up to save the information. Once you allow the application to store information, application can store as much information as it wants. Note that it is the person or company that has created the application you are using that is requesting such access, not Adobe (unless Adobe has created the application that wants to save the information). In the dialog box shown above, [website] represents the name of the person or company requesting access. It is the responsibility of the person or company requesting access to make it clear to you why they want access and how they plan to use the information they save. You should be aware of the privacy policy of anyone who is requesting access to your computer. For example, see the Adobe privacy policy. Contact the website requesting access for information on their privacy policy.

It's important to understand that even though this settings panel is part of Flash Player, the information will be used by an application created by a third party. Adobe assumes no responsibility for third-party privacy policies, actions of third-party companies in storing information on your computer, or such companies' use of such data or information.

What kind of information can an application running in Flash Player store on my computer?

The kind of information stored depends on the application. Information can be anything from your user name to your current score in an interactive game to a list of stocks in your portfolio. The application should make it clear what kind of information it wants to store.

Who has access to the information?

This information may be accessed by the application that is currently running in Flash Player or by another application that runs in Flash Player on the same website. Adobe does not have access to this information (unless Adobe has created the application that wants to save the information). As discussed in Why do I need to answer this question? above, it is the responsibility of the website requesting access to make it clear to you why they want access and how they plan to use the information. For example, will it be available only to you, or will it be posted in a public place? Who will have access to it in the future? Will it be deleted after a certain period of time? The privacy policy of anyone who is requesting access should address these sorts of issues.

I've already set privacy and disk space options in my browser. How do these settings interact with my Flash Player settings?

You may be aware that some websites work together with your browser to store small amounts of data, called cookies, on your computer for their own use in the future. For example, when you go to a website regularly, it may welcome you by name; your name is probably stored in a cookie, and you can use browser options to determine whether you want cookies or not. You may also have specified in your browser that pages you visit can take up only a certain amount of disk space.

When SWF or FLV content is being played, the settings you select for Flash Player are used in place of options you may have set in your browser. That is, even if you have specified in your browser settings that you do not want cookies placed on your computer, you may be asked if an application running in Flash Player can store information. This happens because the information stored by Flash Player is not the same as a cookie; it is used only by the application that runs in Flash Player, and has no relation to any other Internet privacy or security settings you may have set in your browser.

Similarly, the amount of disk space you let the application that runs in Flash Player use has no relation to the amount of disk space you have allotted for stored pages in your browser. That is, when SWF or FLV content is being played, the amount of disk space you allow here is in addition to any space your browser is using for stored pages.

No matter how you may have configured your browser, you still have the option to allow or deny the application that runs in Flash Player permission to store the information, as discussed in the rest of this document.

What happens if I select Allow?

If you select Allow, the application that runs in Flash Player can store as much information as they want ,on your computer for future use.

What happens if I select Deny?

If you select Deny, Flash Player cannot store information on your computer for the particular application. The application will continue running, but it might not function as the author intended. Alternately, the application may inform you that it can't continue unless you make disk space available, in which case you can either allow the application to store data on disk or close the application.

Do I have to answer this question every time I run an application from this website?

No. You can use the Local Storage Settings panel to let future applications from this website store information on your computer without asking you for permission each time. To display the Local Storage panel:

  1. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) the application image while it is running.
  2. From the context menu, select Settings, and then click the Local Storage tab.

You can also use the Flash Player Settings Manager to manage your local storage settings both globally (for websites you haven't yet visited) and on a site-by-site basis (for websites you have already visited). For more information, see What can I do with the Settings Manager?

How can I display this question again?

You can't. Flash Player displays this question automatically when necessary.

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