Edge and Flash Player

I have one particular gaming site that I go to that always worked fine until just recently. Assuming some update changed things.

The site uses Flash Player for its popup game rooms and always has. Now I get a small announcement in the middle of the popup window re: Flash Player...once I click it, a drop down menu comes up saying 'allow once'. I click that then I get a new announcement in the middle of the window saying 'retry'....I have to click it twice to then load the room. Since I play multiple rooms at a time, I have to do this in every room, even though the main site uses Flash Player as well and has no problems loading.

I can't find anywhere for that page/window that I used to find that says to load content always and I can't find anything in Edge's settings/permissions for that site that allows for that to happen automatically for its popups.

Can you help me figure this out?

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Thank you....

Since my problem was actually listed at that site, the solution is what I've already been doing. Every single time I get to that page it's not able to be a click and 'always allow' instead of click and "allow once' garbage. Hopefully, the website will change its format soon. I appreciate your effort for me.

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