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Comment: Re:What about Opera? (Score 1) 353

by thinkahead (#24674183) Attached to: Adobe Flash Ads Launching Clipboard Hijack Attacks

Opera actually has this nifty feature called "site preferences" which allow per-site customization of everything. I have flash (and java) turned off globally, and only turn it on on a case-by-case basis when a site (like youtube) really needs it.

Right-click into a page, Edit site perferences... turn on flash in "content".

Opera's "Block Content" feature does the converse - you click on stuff that you *don't* want to appear on certain sites.

Also, Camino (which is a Mac-conformant UI around Firefox's rendering engine) has a feature where flash plugins only play after you click on them.

Problem solved, pretty much!

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