Okay so I had an issue and posted about this recently in this forum about my adobe flash player not being able to run on flash content from various websites.
As a little background behind this issue, I have an amazon prime membership which allows me to watch prime videos and various other things that I won’t mention here and here is where Google Widevine Support comes in. Amazon Prime Video is DRM protected so Google Widevine Support needs to be enabled for Prime Video to work otherwise it pops up a notification saying that it has to be enabled and therefore will not play the video I am watching. Now I also have a subscription to Crunchyroll Premium which has its own media platform for anime and japanese drama tv shows. This website does not have DRM protection therefore Google Widevine Support is not needed here, however Adobe Flash is required on this website.
Here is what the issue is:
When I watch crunchyroll content, I have to disable Google Widevine Support in the browser to be able to get Adobe Flash to run, otherwise Adobe Flash is not detected on the browser. When I watch Prime Video on Amazon, I have to reenable Google Widevine Support. There is apparently a conflict between these two plugins where google widevine somehow overrides Adobe Flash on non-drm protected sites using flash content. I have tested this numerous times over serveral weeks and I keep replicating this issue. Is there an easier solution to this problem rather than toggling Google Widevine Support all the time when switching back and forth between these two services?
I hope this is detailed enough, if more information is required, please let me know.