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Wasn’t working for me, with latest Firefox installed. Tried disabling all add-ons still wasn’t working. Ran Firefox in safe mode, still not fixed. Right clicked flash window, went to Settings. Changed local storage to unlimited. Presto Chango! Fixified!
> *Originally posted by **[bbhacker](/forums/7/topics/67250?page=2#posts-1724873):***
> how about the flash player they are useing to make the games
Huh? The reason why you have this glitch, I am reasonably sure, is because in AS2 they have a security issue with the Key class they use, which is why they no longer have on in AS3. This glitch causes some malfunction between IE and games made in AS2 regarding key presses.
> *Originally posted by **[Merinthos](/forums/7/topics/67250?page=2#posts-1758047):***
> Tried the “protected mode” fix using [www.kongregate.com](http://www.kongregate.com) as my trusted site. (They had me put the https:// prefix before it, for some reason.) Still didn’t work.
If you prefix it with https, it doesn’t work. You have to uncheck the checkbox, then add [http://www.kongregate.com](http://www.kongregate.com).
Alphonse: You can’t change your age.
> *Originally posted by **[Ventero](/forums/7/topics/67250?page=2#posts-1758219):***
> > *Originally posted by **[Merinthos](/forums/7/topics/67250?page=2#posts-1758047):***
> > Tried the “protected mode” fix using [www.kongregate.com](http://www.kongregate.com) as my trusted site. (They had me put the https:// prefix before it, for some reason.) Still didn’t work.
> If you prefix it with https, it doesn’t work. You have to uncheck the checkbox, then add [http://www.kongregate.com](http://www.kongregate.com).
> Ok, it seems to work now. Thanks!
“You might prefer running your browser as an admin rather than reducing your browser’s security for a few games. It’s not worth it.”
Running your browser as “Admin” **severely** reduces your browser’s security, far more so than removing protected mode.
This can happen in FF, pisses me off when people say it’s a bug. It’s a minor error on the player’s end. Easiest non-perma fix is just tapping the key. (If the left arrow sticks, tap left then it should be fine).
This happens to me in FF, but it’s not an issue because I don’t panic and go psycho-bitch with a “WTF UR SH@17 G@m3 SC3WD ^ MI CUMPOOT3R, 1/5 SUCK G@ME”
Adding Kongregate to your trusted sites doesn’t lower your security that much, so if you trust Kongregate, you could give that a try.
Or if you’re really concerned about your security, you should just use a different browser (since this bug only occurs in IE).
This doesn’t work for me. If I follow the instructions in the first post games don’t load and I just get a black screen where the game is supposed to be; also, badges I previously earned don’t display as earned, even though I’m logged in. The only way I was able to get around this was installing another browser (I used Opera).
This happens to every one in Kongregate,so if you have the problem dont blame yourself.The sticking keys in the games happens when The silicone in the pledge gets busted and what i mean by that is that the silicone pledge sticks in side the keyboard ,it usually if is mechanical General question about laptop keyboard keys sticking.