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NPAPI plugins don’t work on Chrome version 42 and higher

Plugins allow extra features to be added to browsers. For example, you can
watch certain types of videos or play a game that’s on a webpage.
NPAPI support has ended

In the past, many plugins were developed using an older system called
NPAPI. Today fewer sites are using NPAPI plugins and they can sometimes
cause security risks on websites.

To make browsing with Chrome safer, faster, and more stable, we’re ending
support for NPAPI plugins
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Chrome version 42.
Which plugins are supported

Plugins that use a newer, more secure system called Pepper API (PPAPI) will
continue to work, including those that ship with Chrome, like Adobe Flash
and PDF Viewer. However, plugins that use NPAPI, including Silverlight,
Java, and Unity, won’t work.
How to temporarily enable NPAPI plugins

If you must use a NPAPI plugin, there’s a temporary workaround that will
work until Chrome version 45 is released later in 2015:

1. Open Chrome.
2. In the address bar at the top of the screen, type
chrome://flags/#enable-npapi
3. In the window that opens, click the link that says Enable under
the Enable
NPAPI flag:

[image: Enable NPAPI Flag Screenshot]
4. In the bottom left corner of the page, click the Relaunch Now button.

After the release of Chrome version 45, you’ll need to use an alternate web
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