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Why everyone should download xat's mobile app

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Hello everyone,

 

I thought I'd make this thread to give you all reasons to why you should use xat mobile more. Everyone should use xat mobile more because bumps are less annoying on it than on PC, unless you have your volume on of course. Also, kisses don't show up on mobile so you won't be annoyed by them. PC's are also harder to bug someone with on mobile. I'm sure there are many features on mobile that aren't as annoying as they are on flash.

 

Honestly I think xat mobile should be taken advantage of more by users. Yes, mobile has it's bugs and what not but that will be fixed in the future.

 

Mobile can benefit everyone on xat.

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Also, you don't have to allow the flash plugin each time you open xat. (recent change on chrome)

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38 minutes ago, Paul said:

Also, you don't have to allow the flash plugin each time you open xat. (recent change on chrome)

Can  easily be fixed,

 

Type chrome://settings/content/flash in your browser, un-check the first option:

 

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and yay, its allowed everytime.

 

 

@Paul you're demoniac

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I think that the application of xat should be used by people who wish to have it

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The mobile alternatives are still very poor quality and are missing many paid-features.

It's not ready to be used by everyone, yet.

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1 hour ago, Laming said:

Can  easily be fixed,

 

Type chrome://settings/content/flash in your browser, un-check the first option:

 

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and yay, its allowed everytime.

 

 

@Paul you're demoniac

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Wrong, please look at the latest chrome, doing what you said blocks it

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4 hours ago, Paul said:

Wrong, please look at the latest chrome, doing what you said blocks it

Hmm that's weird. I was able to reproduce his steps and can now use flash everytime without it asking me for permission.

 

Maybe you should try uninstalling and reinstalling Chrome.

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3 hours ago, Aspect said:

Hmm that's weird. I was able to reproduce his steps and can now use flash everytime without it asking me for permission.

 

Maybe you should try uninstalling and reinstalling Chrome.

nope, make sure you have the latest chrome update, Google said this themselves 

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6 minutes ago, Paul said:

nope, make sure you have the latest chrome update, Google said this themselves 

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Right

 

Really, I were testing a few here, and this is easy to fix too.

 

Access chrome://settings/content/siteDetails?site=https%3A%2F%2Fxat.com in your browser, then allow "Flash" extension, it fixed in Chrome Canary 70.x

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9 hours ago, Laming said:

Right

 

Really, I were testing a few here, and this is easy to fix too.

 

Access chrome://settings/content/siteDetails?site=https%3A%2F%2Fxat.com in your browser, then allow "Flash" extension, it fixed in Chrome Canary 70.x

still does not work, use the latest chrome Version 69.0.3497.81 (Official Build) (64-bit)

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I've found a temporary solution about flash permission reset each time you close/open your browser:

  • Go to chrome://flags/
  • Search "Enable Ephemeral Flash Permissions"
  • Set it to disabled.

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After that, restart your browser and normally it shouldn't ask you for flash permission once you have enabled it.

Actually when you allow flash, permissions are reset when you close your browser but once you have disabled the settings, it shouldn't reset it anymore.

 

On my side, I had my previous settings from Chrome 68 and it worked fine. Chrome didn't ask me for flash permission anymore and it loaded fine.

I'm sorry in advance if this suggestion was already suggested because I saw nothing.

 

Tested on version: 69.0.3497.81

 

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