Download ClickToFlash 1.3 here. Currently requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
ClickToFlash is a WebKit plug-in that prevents automatic loading of Adobe Flash content. If you want to see the content, you can opt-in by clicking on it or adding an entire site to its whitelist.
Try control-clicking (or right-clicking) on a unloaded Flash box to access ClickToFlash's contextual menu which allow you to do advanced things like edit its whitelist.
Want to chip in? Here's what needs to be done.
-menuForEvent:as it already returns the NSResponder's
-menuby default. (Dave Dribin)
[NEW] Activate on mouse-up, instead of mouse-down. Draw as "pressed in" during mouse-down, tracking the mouse like normal button. (Peter Hosey)
[NEW] Added a seperator to the context menu. (Troy Gaul)
[FIX] Release build-time script that includes the project's entire build directory. (Peter Hosey)
[NEW] Tasteful "Flash" icon now drawn on top of the gradient to make it more clear that it's blocked Flash content. (Ricky Romero, Justin Williams)
[NEW] Contextual menu and simple whitelist editor. (Dave Dribin)
[NEW] Show the Flash box's source as a tooltip. (Jason Foreman)
[NEW] Installer can update older versions. (rentzsch)
[NEW] Rakefile to compile & upgrade the plugin by running 'rake' in the directory. (Ale Muñoz)
[NEW] Localization support. (Eric Czarny)
[DEV] Clean-up. Nonatomic properties, remove unused methods,
NSUInteger. (Jim Correia)
[DEV] Change CFBundleIdentifier from com.google.code.p.clicktoflash to com.github.rentzsch.clicktoflash. (rentzsch)
[FIX] Installer now quits when canceling. (rentzsch)
[FIX] Removed the container image from the installer. (Eric Czarny)
original Google code project deleted. This fork takes on official-ish mantle.
Forked from original Google code project (Jonathan 'Wolf' Rentzsch)
[NEW] Site whitelisting by holding down option key when clicking a flash box. (Gus Mueller)
-[NSEvent modifierFlags]instead of Carbon's
GetCurrentKeyModifiers(). (Chris Parker)
[DEV] Store white-listed sites in an array instead of composite keys. (Jean-Francois Roy)
1.0 original Google Code release