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Chrome no longer remembers this preference between sessions, so every time a user visits a site that uses Flash, they'll have to say "yes, I really want to enable this extension." If it sounds annoying, it absolutely is, and that's by design.
This is just another step on the timeline that Chrome and many other browsers have set upon to slowly, wean the public off Flash in anticipation of Adobe's official plan to end support for the plugin by 2020.
The next step in Chrome's timeline - summer 2019 - is to completely disable Flash by default, requiring users to go into their settings to enable the plugin every time they want it to run. After that, in 2020, it's game over for Flash entirely.

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