Recent updates for Chrome and Safari have auto-disabled Flash, which at this time is required for our in-browser Motion Maker tools to work on lumoplay.com.
Enabling Flash in Chrome
Open up Chrome's settings by going opening the main menu and clicking on "Settings" or by typing chrome://settings in the address bar and pressing Enter.
From Chrome's settings, type "Flash" into the search bar and click on the highlighted Site Settings category.
Searching for Flash in Chrome's settings
From Site Settings click on Flash to open the Flash settings
Click on Flash within the site settings
Now change the "Block sites from using Flash" toggle to "Ask First"
Make sure the toggle is set to "Ask First"
Finally, refresh the Motion Maker page. You should see a large rectangle that says "Click to enable Adobe Flash Player." Click on this rectangle and then click on "Allow" in the confirmation window.
Click on the puzzle piece image and then click Allow
You should now be able to see the live preview of your Motion Maker game and edit your game's assets and parameters.
A Motion Maker template running in Chrome correctly
Following these steps you should be able to enable Flash in Chrome and make use of all of our Motion Maker templates.
Enabling Flash in Safari
1. Open Safari and select Safari, then Preferences
3. Select Adobe Flash Player and under Currently Open Sites choose On for www.lumoplay.com. Click 'Done' to save changes.
4. Restart your browser.
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