Recently we have added ability for authors to add audio comment to grabillas (screenshot, video, file, etc.).
When you click on Add audio comment button under screenshot or video, your browser will ask permission to access your microphone.
Allow access to the microphone in Chrome
http://grabilla.com/ wants to use your microphone. Press Allow button.
You must allow the use of your microphone before recording audio comment.
You may notice that Chrome will ask for permissions each time when you try to add a comment. That’s because if you select Allow on a “http://” URL your preference will not be remembered in future visits. If you select Allow on a “https://” URL, your preference will be remembered in future visits.
Allow access to the microphone in Firefox
How to remove already blocked microphone access?
But what to do, when you accidentally blocked access to the microphone or just changed your mind and want to add voice comment?
Remove microphone access Block in Chrome
- Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced settings.
- In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.
Remove microphone access Block in Firefox
Change Use the Microphone to Allow. That’s it. Changes will be saved automatically.