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Subject: Can't watch matches in Chrome

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2017-02-24 14:53:12
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Already updated flash, shockwave, chrome, etc, but cant watch matches. Instead a .swf file is downloaded

Help!
2017-02-24 15:19:40
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/6258784
2017-04-17 17:51:45
I can't watch matches in Chrome either
2017-04-30 18:10:31
Go to chrome://plugins, find Flash Player, check "Always allowed to run".

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2017-04-30 18:52:51
If he has Chrome up to date (Apparently not the best thing to do), chrome://plugins does no longer exist.
2017-04-30 21:02:01
Then Flash should work automatically when you restart the browser.
2017-04-30 22:20:28
It"s still not working. Nor in other browsers for me.
2017-04-30 23:11:29
It is working for me in Chrome, at least with my latest match. In any case, the only Flash controls left in Chrome are in Settings -> show advanced settings -> Privacy section, click "content settings" -> scroll down until you find the Flash options. As far as I can't tell, they won't let us enable the actual flash plugin, though, so we are stuck with Chrome's broken one.
2018-04-10 17:16:28
In Chrome 62+, the solution from here is:
1. Open Chrome settings file in any text editor:

In Windows:
C:\Users\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Preferences

In OS X:
~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/User Data/Default/Preferences

In Linux (for Chromium):
/home/$USER/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences

2. Find the setting "plugins": which appears after "permission_autoblocking_data", replace with this setting to enable flash player:
"plugins": {"*,*": {"per_resource": {"adobe-flash-player": 1}}}
or {"adobe-flash-player": 2} to play Flash after clicking on it for extra security.
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2018-11-18 13:07:32
Somebody has the solution? I want to watch my game in 2D and I have to download this:



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2018-11-19 10:23:53
2018-11-20 22:39:04
I get this message:Error 522 Ray ID: 47ce0cff9469bf16 • 2018-11-20 21:36:43 UTC
Connection timed out
I have tried the above solution, I still cannot play sokker matches on chrome or FF, I have allowed flash etc nothing, any other ideas?
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2018-11-20 23:12:01
I notice the same problem. If I try to load any match in 2D mode, it get stuck in the first screen loading

https://screenshots.firefox.com/9VdYk7RGwRBO622E/files.sokker.org

If I try to load the 3D, I receive timed out connection error

https://screenshots.firefox.com/JgufKApaqejP0tRa/files.sokker.org

I have:
1 - clean out cookies, history, cache and what all is erasable
2 - tried with edge, same error (sometimes I use edge, more stable with 3D)
3 - used my mobile phone connection in tethering mode, with firefox and edge, same error

Maybe a issue with files.sokker.org?
2018-11-21 00:41:45
i have the same problem too , today morning time i could have watched but now i cant ? i think there is a site error. i hope this problem will be ended soon by Sokker Admins
2018-11-21 01:48:20
Yes same, I can't watch 2d or 3d matches within any browser right now
2018-11-21 08:48:02
I've found a workaround.

When it get stuck on the loading, right click and select the 8th option that should be "continue" or "forward". In italian is "avanti" :)
There will be no audio but, however... it's possible to watch matches
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