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Everytime i play a game, i get this little popu which i cant make it go away and i cant actually click it, its like the game has frozen and i can’t click nothing. I tried to use Tab til i got to the Permit/Agree button (the green one with the check on it) and i does nothing if i do Tab + Enter, It happened in Gemcraft and Utopian Mining now, and i dont wanna find out in what other games it appear, because im pretty sure most of the games use flash… please help, heres a pic [http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/6/kong2t.jpg/](http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/6/kong2t.jpg/)
What browser are you using? Try checking your flash storage settings, like mentioned in the [stickied topic:](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/7-technical-support/topics/241772-read-before-posting-technical-support-f-a-q)
> *Originally posted by **[Zshadow](/forums/7-technical-support/topics/241772-read-before-posting-technical-support-f-a-q#posts-5207531):***
> 2. You may need to tell your computer to allow more space for the game to use on your hard drive. You can adjust your settings by right clicking (control+click on Macs) in the game window, going to “Settings”, then “Storage” (it should show a little file folder). I would recommend setting it to unlimited.
I don’t know much about Ubuntu, but I did a search and found [this topic](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/7-technical-support/topics/250566-flash-local-storage-settings-freeze-running-firefox-on-ubuntu), where a user describes a similar problem with Firefox instead. A post from that topic says
> *Originally posted by **[resterman](/forums/7-technical-support/topics/250566-flash-local-storage-settings-freeze-running-firefox-on-ubuntu#posts-5403719):***
> This bug is something pretty annoying with Ubuntu… Flash is not so optimised for Linux so things like this happens…
> You can go to [this page](http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html) and change it from there… The panel in that page will not freeze and you will be able to manipulate the storage settings. :)