Courses intro 2018-03-05T22:53:14+00:00

Online requirements

Before you start learning about airplane systems our school is offering, we need to make sure that your computer can actually load the courses on your screen.

Majority of Windows users are already able to see Flash on their computers.

Mac users (Apple) will most likely have to use Firefox in order to see these courses although some Safari users are also capable to run Flash content.

You can access lectures directly from the “E-Learning access” (login required) tab in the menu on the top, but in case that you can’t see them, you will need to consult instructions on the left and find out how to enable Flash content on your computer. Although we did our best to cover 99% of the browser settings out there, your computer might fall in the 1% category. In that case we recommend you Google search your browser/operating system settings and see how to enable Flash on it.

Enable Flash Player in Chrome

Open your Google Chrome browser. The chrome://plugins page was removed in Chrome 57 and later. So now you have to use chrome://settings/content/flash to control when Adobe Flash content is loaded.

To check the Adobe Flash Player version installed type chrome://components.

Enable Shockwave Flash in Firefox

From your Mozilla Firefox menu, select Add-ons.

Under Plugins, select Shockwave Flash. From the drop-down menu, select Ask to activate, Always activate or Never activate, as you desire.

Enable Shockwave Flash Object in Internet Explorer

To check if your Flash Player is enabled by Internet Explorer, from the top right corner open Settings > Manage Addons > Toolbars and Extensions.

Here, ensure that Shockwave Flash Object is Enabled. Flash Player is also referred to as the Shockwave Flash Object.

Turn on Adobe Flash Player in Microsoft Edge browser

To disable or enable Flash Player, open Microsoft Edge, click on the three-dotted button and select Settings.

Scroll down to the bottom and select View advanced settings.

Enable/Disable Adobe Flash in Opera

Open Opera Menu. Select Manage Extensions. Here you can click on the Enabled link and Disable the Flash Player. To Enable it, you may check under the Disabled link.

In Opera 45 and later versions, if you have enabled the left Sidebar from Opera Menu, you will see the cube-shaped Extensions link. Click on it to open the Extensions page. Here you can see all the Extensions.

In this step-by-step guide, learn how to enable Adobe Flash Player in the Safari web browser.

Check Safari version on your Mac

Before you start, check the version of Safari running on your Mac. To display the version number, choose Safari > About Safari.

  • If your Safari version is 11.0 or later, follow the steps in For Mac OS X 10.11, macOS 10.12, and later.
  • If your Safari version is 10.0 or later, follow the steps in For Mac OS X 10.10.
  • If your Safari version is earlier than 10.0, follow the steps mentioned in For Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.9, or For Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7.

For Mac OS X 10.11, macOS 10.12, and later

  • Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences.

    Setting Safari preferences
  • Click the Websites tab and scroll down to the Plug-ins section. Locate the Adobe Flash Player entry.

    Locating the Adobe Flash Player entry
  • Click the check box to enable Flash Player.

    Enabling Flash Player
  • Select a setting to use for Flash Player when you visit other websites.

    Selecting an option of your choice
  • You can configure Flash for individual websites (domains). Select a website listed in this window, and choose AskOff, or On.

    Allowing websites to use the plug-in
  • Exit Preferences after you finish configuring Flash Player.

For Mac OS X 10.10

  • Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences.

    Setting Safari preferences

     

    Note:

    If you are viewing Safari in full-screen mode, mouse over the top of the browser screen to see the menu.

  • Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected. Click Plug-in Settings.

    Safari 10.0 Security settings


  • Select Adobe Flash Player.

    From the When visiting other websites menu, choose On, and then click Done.

  • For each website in the list, choose On.

  • Click Done to save changes.

For Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.9

  • Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences.

    Note:

    If you are viewing Safari in full-screen mode, mouse over the top of the browser screen to see the menu.

  • Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected. Click Manage Website Settings.

    Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.9 Security settings


  • Select Adobe Flash Player.

    From the When visiting other websites menu, choose Allow.

  • Click Done to save changes.

For Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7

  • Choose Safari > Preferences.

    Note:

    If you are viewing Safari in full-screen mode, mouse over the top of the browser screen to see the menu.

  • In the Security tab, make sure that Allow Java and Allow All Other Plug-ins are enabled.

    Plug-ins and JavaScript are enabled.


  • Close the Preferences window.

iPad tablets

this is a separate category and requires little bit more adjustments. If you would like to run our animations on your tablets, our technical support can enable this for you when we see you in our school.