Did you ever look?The ClickToFlash extension is amazing, and I wish it was available for Chrome. I love the options, and I don't find it hard to use at all. The HTML5 player is much better than having to deal with Flash.
I agree, I still use it but I'd much prefer if it was a simple extension that just blocked flash and didn't try to do everything else.It used to be great back a year or two ago... It blocked all Flash, and you could just click on the blocked Flash icon to see it, and right click to add it to your "Allowed" list.
Unfortunately, the new version appears to have 10000000 settings and wants to substitute your Youtube Flash with a poorly implemented HTML5 player. If it was simple, it would be great. Now, however, it's kinda difficult to use, and not worth the time. I use AdBlocker, as it covers most unwanted Flash and also unwanted everything else. Facebook Cleaner (It has a red icon) solves any Facebook problems.
Flashblock is what I used first, and no it is far from being the same thing. Flashblock only does click-to-show. The ClickToFlash Safari extension takes it many, many steps further with Flash-to-HTML5 replacement, Perian support, and several very useful options.Did you ever look?
Flashblock is pretty much the same thing. There are even a couple more that are similar. Opera has it built in.