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'Games' on Comcast homepage no longer play when clicked on. Why is that?

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'Games' on Comcast homepage no longer play when clicked on. Why is that?

On Comcast's homepage there is an option to play 'Games'  Up until yesterday, these games ~ word, card, quiz, arcade, etc. would play very well.  However, now when you click on any game (and I've tried quite a few of them) everything just freezes.  I'm using an iMac running Sierra and my Adobe Flash Player is the latest version.
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Re: 'Games' on Comcast homepage no longer play when clicked on. Why is that?

Check your browser to make sure you have Adobe Flash turned on.  I also have Sierra, and using Safari or Chrome I couldn't get it to work either until I went into the security settings and enabled it.  That was in Safari.




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Re: 'Games' on Comcast homepage no longer play when clicked on. Why is that?

I DID have Adobe turned on.  However, since I posted my question, the games page seems to have straightened itself out and is playing the games again!!  Thank you for taking the time to reply, I appreciate it.
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