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            Activate Flash In Mozilla Firefox


            First and foremost, please note that we strongly recommend using Google Chrome because that platform generally produces fewer technical issues.
            There are 3 cases to consider for Firefox:

            First case: A Lego brick appears in the centre of the page



            To fix this situation, follow the 3 steps shown in this animation:
            1. Click on the brick icon to open a window at the top of the page.
            2. Select the box that says "Remember this decision."
            3. Click the Allow button.

            Second case: The page that displays is blank


            If this situation occurs, it means that someone probably (most likely by accident) asked Firefox to remember not to allow Buzzmath to use Flash. You'll have to start by deleting this request. As illustrated in the animation above, here are the steps to follow to do this: 
            1. Locate and then select the icon on the far left side of the search bar.
            2. Click on the X to delete the restricted access for Flash.
            3. Refresh the page by clicking on the icon.

              The next steps are the same as in case 1  
            4. Click on the brick icon to open a window at the top of the page.
            5. Select the box that says "Remember this decision."
            6. Click on the Allow button.

            Third case: An orange button appears, suggesting that you download Flash


            In this case, we suggest you verify if the add-on module is deactivated. If that's the case, simply activating it will solve the problem. However, if the situation remains unchanged, click on the button to install the most recent version of Flash.
            Updated: 04 Oct 2018 12:31 PM
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