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General Instructions for activating Adobe Flash plugin/player into popular web browsers. This is needed if you are getting "Flash" errors when visiting our flipbook journals. If you see a dialog that asks if you want to use our "mobile" version, it also works on desktop and uses HTML5 instead of flash. The mobile version has the same functionality as the Flash version.

Adobe Flash content is used on these servers if you want to add them manually (www.qi-journal.com, qi-journal.com, and digital.qi-journal.com)

Safari Web Browser


To allow Qi Journal to use Adobe Flash in your Safari browser:

  • Go to the preferences menu at the top of your browser window.
  • Highlight the "Security" tab.
  • Check "Allow Plug-Ins"
  • Click on "Manage Website Settings" button
  • If you see any "qi-journal" websites in your list, you can set to either "allow" or "ask". If you don't see any in your list, you can select "ask" when visiting other websites and the next time you visit you should get a warning that allows you to "allow" or "deny" access. If you allow, it will be in this list the next time you access it.

  • Firefox (Mozilla) Web Browser


    To allow Qi Journal to use Adobe Flash in your Firefox browser:

  • Click the menu button at top right of screen
  • Click the "Add-ons" button
  • Click the "Plugins" panel
  • Click on the "Preferences" button under "Flash".
  • Remove the checkmark next to "Block Dangerous Sites" or Set the preference button to "Ask to Activiate" so you can choose which sites are allowed to use Flash each time you visit.
  • The picture below is from the Mozilla/Firefox website. Firefox Help

  • Chrome Web Browser


    To allow Qi Journal to use Adobe Flash in your Chrome browser:

  • Enter "chrome://settings/content" into the address bar and press enter.
  • Scroll to the Flash tab towards the bottom of the Content Settings menu, under JavaScript, you will locate the Flash tab. Select it.
  • Turn off "Block sites from running Flash." Once you turn off the "Block sites from Running Flash" button, you'll notice the feature is now set to "Ask first." From this point on, when you encounter a Flash plug-in, you'll be asked if you want to activate it for that particular site.
  • After you add it, it should be listed here. You can also add sites manually in this list as you see in the picture below.
  • Here is a link that explains the process: Activating Flash in Chrome