Block Flash Animations In Google Chrome
By on September 8th, 2009

Flash animations can be annoying at times and many of them use voice to alert users about something like Congratulations, you have just won a iPod, now when you are in a office these animations and sounds can put you into a spot of embarrassment.


If you are a user like me, there is no easy way to block flash animations, however a user script called BlockFlash Plus will allow you to block Flash animations in Google Chrome. You can play the animations by clicking a button on the flash object.

BlockFlash Plus Features

  • Based on the BlockFlash and FlashBlock scripts.
  • Supports both Flash and Silverlight
  • Uses two methods to block Flash and Silverlight elements to ensure they are blocked
  • Uses an icon to cover animations (complete with mouse-over effect)
  • Supports whitelist (add url to "var exclude")
  • Runs instantly.

This is a userscript, so the installation is a bit different, if you do not know how to use userscripts in Google Chrome read our tutorial to Enable Userscripts support in Google Chrome.

Download BlockFlash Plus

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