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how can get adobe flash player added to opera extensions

by palsdad1946 / June 30, 2016 1:59 PM PDT

i have downloaded adobe flash player from opera's extension page,
all 3 times it did not get added to extensions.
PS I am a novice any help in simple TERMS would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
all other extensions installed very easy.
the other problem with opera is there help/ support sucks

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Clarification Request
It appears there are more steps for Windows Opera
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 30, 2016 2:09 PM PDT

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Installation of plug-ins for Opera on Windows
by vembutech / July 1, 2016 12:57 AM PDT

1. launch Opera. the Address field,type opera://plugins.
3.On the plug-ins page, locate the Adobe Flash Player section.
4.Click Enable

Adobe Flash Player is now enabled in your browser.

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Tried Doing It This Way Yet?
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / July 1, 2016 2:00 PM PDT

Click on the link below to access the Flash Player download site:

Once there, select your operating system, then select a "Version" for Opera and Chromium, then UNCHECK the "Optional" boxes, then click on the "Download Now" button. Download the 20 MB file to your desktop and once it's there, close your browsers and double click on the file to install it.

Once the installation is finished, open Opera, then the Plugins page and Enable the Flash Player plugin.

Hope this helps.


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