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Talihoe -> Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (4/8/2011 5:40:57 PM)

I've installed the series of Light games on my computer to work offline.  I've worked enough puzzles, which have saved to my computer, that Flash is requesting more storage.  I have www.conceptispuzzles.com set as 1mg, but Light games are apparently not using that storage.  When I try to save I get the following message:

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          Adobe Flash Player Settings

        Local Storage

          local is requesting permission to store information on your computer.

          Requested: up to 1MG
          Currently Used: 100KB

          Allow           Deny
___________________________________________________

I cannot respond to this message.  It freezes and won't accept a response.  The only thing I can do is close the puzzle.

I restarted the Light game then Right-Clicked to access the Local Storage Settings and got this window:

___________________________________________________
         Abode Flash Player Settings

        Local Storage

        How much information can local store on your computer?

        (Current setting)  100KB

         Currently used:  100KB
___________________________________________________

Again, the window freezes and I cannot respond.  The only thing I can do is close the game.

I've installed all of the Light games and have the same problem for all of them.

Patti


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1. What is your operating system (Windows, Mac OS, Linux, etc)? Windows XP Media Center Edition

2. What is your browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Opera, etc.)? Firefox 3.6.16

3. What is your Flash Player version? To determine it, open the page http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/about/ and examine a box titled “Version Information”.  You have version 10,2,153,1 installed

4. Open the page: http://www.conceptispuzzles.com/index.aspx?uri=puzzle/pic-a-pix
Does it look identical to the reference screenshot below? If the not please provide your screenshot.  Yes




igor -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (4/10/2011 12:16:21 PM)

Hi Patti,

You can try changing the settings using
Flash Player Settings Manager

In the list of websites select 'local' and move the slider to 1MB. After that click on any other entry in the list (this makes the manager to save the new settings) and close the page.

Hope this helps.

Igor




Talihoe -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (4/10/2011 3:27:36 PM)

Thank you Igor, that did it.  I never dreamed that 'local' would be listed in a list of websites.

Patti




Scurra -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (3/26/2012 9:06:24 PM)

I am having the identical problem - the Offline software is asking me for more space.
The problem is that when I open the Flash setting manager there is no slider as illustrated in the pictures shown in the link (on the official Adobe site.) I have updated Flash to the latest version.
So I can't tell it to use more space!

Any ideas?




igor -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (3/26/2012 11:56:53 PM)

Are you opening the Flash Player Settings manager by clicking on the link I provided above? If not please click on the link below and Flash Player Settings manager page should open in a browser and the you should see the slider: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html#117717

If that's not your case then please provide the following information:
- What is your OS?
- What is your browser?
- What exactly do you see in Flash Player Settings manager?
- Is your browser zoom level set to 100% or higher?
- Are you an administrative user?

Igor




Scurra -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (3/27/2012 8:04:29 PM)

Thanks - I hadn't properly registered that the link was to a page that was interactive. It just seems odd that this isn't part of the local Setting Manager you get through using the Control Panel (I'm using Win7.)




fentondeejay -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (8/8/2012 2:46:45 PM)

This also worked for me! Thanks.




MrTravisL -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (5/3/2013 1:50:21 AM)

I am having the same problem, but when I go to the Flash Player Settings Manager, there is no "local" listed there...




dave -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (5/4/2013 12:15:39 AM)

Hi MrTravisL

Are you opening the Flash Player Settings manager by clicking on the link I provided above? If not please click on the link below and Flash Player Settings manager page should open in a browser and the you should see the slider: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html#117717

If that's not your case then please provide the following information:
- What is your OS?
- What is your browser?
- What exactly do you see in Flash Player Settings manager?
- Is your browser zoom level set to 100% or higher?
- Are you an administrative user?

Thanks, Dave




MrTravisL -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (5/5/2013 3:50:46 AM)

My Operating System is Windows 7
Browser is Google Chrome
What I see is my websites that use Adobe Flash, how much space that website has used, and what the limit is for that website. But no Local
My Zoom is at 100%
Yes I am an Admin User




igor -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (5/5/2013 10:16:42 AM)

First of all please try opening the link above in Internet Explorer. If 'local' is still not in the list of websites (note that this list might not be sorted alphabetically) you can try the alternative way:
1. Open C:\Program Files (x86)\Conceptis\<game name> folder.
2. Right-click on a .swf file and select 'Open with' > 'Internet Explorer'.
3. Allow blocked content if requested.
4. Right-click inside the game and select 'Settings...'
5. Select the second tab on the left. You should see the statement 'How much information can local store on your computer' and a slider. Set the slider to 100KB or more.

Hope this helps,
Igor




MrTravisL -> RE: Flash Storage Problems with Installed Light Games (offline) (5/5/2013 11:44:21 PM)

Internet Explorer worked! :D Thank you so much!




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