I use http://onlineclock.net/ in order to wake up in the mornings. It is absolutely vital to me that this site work correctly. My phone alarm simply does not wake me up. If this site does not work correctly, I will miss my morning class, which is extremely important to me.
On two different occasions, now, however (though, fortunately neither time on a tuesday or a thursday, when I have this class), when Online Alarm Clock has redirected to its Alarm page, the alarm has not gone off. Instead, a message is displayed at the top of the page, saying, "Firefox has prevented the outdated plugin Adobe Flash from running."
Both times, I happened to wake up naturally within a half hour after the alarm was supposed to go off, noticed this message, and updated my Adobe Flash Player, fixing the issue temporarily. But now that this has happened on two different occasions, I absolutely cannot allow it to happen again. I need a permanent solution.
I notice that, on the message bar, there is an option to force Firefox to run the plugin anyway, despite that it is outdated. However, this is only a one-time thing. What I need is for this to be permanent (at least for this particular website).
How do I make Firefox always run Adobe Flash, even when it is outdated?
Specs – I am on a 64-bit laptop, running Ubuntu 14.04.