|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 25nov2020(we)21:46 No.81364 SWF |P1
|Viewing flash content (Ruffle/Player/Plugin)|
This thread is for discussion concerning the message box at the bottom of every page with the GET FILE button.
Adobe will end their support of flash in 1 month and 1 week.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 25nov2020(we)22:12 No.81365 SWF |P2
|Ruffle has been added as a playback alternative in the archive. It's not an option here on the board.|
The archive's MIME type of swf files has been changed from "application/x-shockwave-flash" to "application/octet-stream". This causes browsers to treat the flash as a binary instead of trying to display it in fullscreen inside the browser. The change was made so that people that want to view the flash in their local flash player just need to "open" it in the default program when prompted. The MIME type here on the board is still the original value. Browsers that are unable to play flash will likely just always prompt the swf for download regardless.
|>>||Anonymous 26nov2020(th)19:24 No.81386 A |P3R1
|off topic but where can i download a custom version of Firefox apk with tamper monkey extension|
i wanna make my own webgenie clone since the newer one keeps on crashing after playing one SWF
happy Thanksgiving ants the site is much more useful for phone-fags like me (add web-miner pls i can't donate shekels here)
also i keep hibernating my laptop while chrome is open is there a way to prevent windows and chrome from updating (the download is already finished just need to restart)
|>>||Anonymous 26nov2020(th)21:00 No.81390 B |P4R2
Must say I am happy to state that I will be one of the people who go the [HARD] way and stay with flash after the fact.
Not too big of a fan of ruffle, but I must say Ants, this is probably the best implementation of it I have seen yet.
Nothing impacted my experience of the site, but a lot of people will still be able to view some flashes, even if they are too lazy to even use the projector.
I think the auto promt to download is a nice touch too, saves yourself a right click to save the file everytime.
Also I think it's a good idea to stay clear from ruffle on the board.
There is really no need, anybody who actively wants to participate in that community is or shoud really look into using flash after 2021.
Also it's really just a way of uploading files into the archive and:
a) you can still do that even if you cannot open them afterwards and
b) someone who can't into using flash will most likely not be interested in handling or uploading actual swf files
Happy thanksgiving to all those actual PC flash users out there.
win10? Afraid there's no easy way, bra.
You might wanna meddle into your system to prevent updates alltogether, but that might not be such a secure solution.
For chrome I am sure there would be a setting in the config that turn on or off auto updates.
|>>||Anonymous 27nov2020(fr)14:58 No.81413 C |P5R3
if only newgrounds would be so sensible. all thier flashes are just a black box to flashplayer users..
1: no idea, I use FF 51.0 no problems with flash on it.
2: yes, turn off windows update in control panel. then open "windows firewall">advanced settings, and make an incoming rule and block all of google's IP address ranges for chrome.exe and all the chrome installer helper exe msi and anything else that says installer in the chrome folders. this will stop updates being recieved, so if you install an old version of chrome without the flash block (maybe a year or 3 ago's version) then it will not be able to update to a flash blocking version.
|>>||Anonymous 27nov2020(fr)15:04 No.81414 C |P6
ah, windows 10, you will also need to block microsoft's IP address ranges after turning off updates.
for google and microsoft IP address ranges you can either find them live in TaskManager>Performance tab> resource monitor>network tab. microsoft's IP addresses will show up when you try to search for new windows updates. google's will show up if you set your default startup page in chrome to "about:blank" and open chrome. literally just block any IP's that pop up in resource monitor at that point. you may need to block the IP addresses by range. for a list of ranges you can search Googl IP address ranges in duckduckgo.com and get articles which give you a good selection of ranges to start with.
|>>||Anon 2jan2021(sa)01:00 No.82276 D |P7R4
|Want to say thank you so very much for what you do. Ive not had a good life but this site and flash itself have certainly been a silver lining. I also love your opposition to censorship of any type of content.|
All in all im a big fan. Thanks for keeping things in their original .swf format too.
|>>||Anon 2jan2021(sa)01:04 No.82277 D |P8
|Ever thought of telling the government that youre an archive and requesting a government grant? Who knows it might work. On the other hand governments do love their censorship.|
|>>||Anonymous 2jan2021(sa)12:31 No.82318 E |P9R5
|>>||Anonymous 2jan2021(sa)19:24 No.82328 B |P10R6
Anon is linking to a post discussing this method:
It's a hex edit that changes the date the plugin checks against for the shutdown (forced AllowList on the 12th) from that day to NaN (or infinity), so the check basically always returns false and the plugin is unbricked.
It will force you to edit the signed .exe which will at the very least make all anti-virus applications cry wolf and maybe get blocked by your browser.
I'm wondering about the effectiveness and viability of this.
As long as the AllowList is easy to use, I'll probably stick to it, but there are already bugs and this seems like a simple trick to keep the flash plugin with no strings attached.
|>>||Anonymous 2jan2021(sa)20:12 No.82332 F |P11R7
Definitely the simplest way, if it works. Need to make it a retard-proof batch script or exe and spread it around as the definitive fix.
|>>||Anonymous 5jan2021(tu)02:50 No.82478 G |P12R8
|>>||A person 9jan2021(sa)03:42 No.82610 H |P13R9
Will this come to mobile
|>>||Anonymous 9jan2021(sa)16:07 No.82625 B |P14R10
If by "this" you mean ruffle, then yes, ruffle will most likely work in all modern browsers on mobile, though idk if there is a ruffle distribution to install on android or if it has to be implemented server side.
|>>||Nanonymous 14jan2021(th)09:26 No.82792 I |P15R11
|>>||Nanonymous 14jan2021(th)09:30 No.82793 I |P16
And I already have
EnableAllowList = 1
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 14jan2021(th)10:25 No.82797 SWF |P17R12
|>>||Nanonymous 14jan2021(th)14:12 No.82803 I |P18R13
|>>||Anonymous 14jan2021(th)19:39 No.82812 B |P19R14
>Put mms.cfg in two places:
I know it can't hurt to do it, but I thought it might be interesting to know that only the 32-bit folder (SysWOW64 on 64-bit and System32 on 32-bit, NOT System32 on 64-bit) is checked for the config file.
I was using a standalone palemoon browser on a different network folder and it still didn't load until I specifically put a mms.cfg in the 32-bit system folder.
|>>||Anonymous 15jan2021(fr)03:12 No.82822 J |P20R15
|>>||Anonymous 15jan2021(fr)14:18 No.82873 K |P21R16
Mate, that's not 8chan, it's a "successor" site that got abandoned by all but Qtards.
|>>||Anonymous 16jan2021(sa)15:28 No.82924 L |P22R17
|test from tiny7 SP2 (will report if it works later on)|
i have the EOL message here on my VM too (chrome) (will find IE11 installer for my service pack 2)
should i be worried about not doppler https://archive.is/7pox3 (i miss project wonderful ads)
|>>||w7-890 16jan2021(sa)16:58 No.82952 L |P23
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 16jan2021(sa)17:51 No.82953 SWF |P24R18
I've not tested setting up mms.cfg for Chrome myself but according to page 36 of the PDF available at https://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles /flash_player_admin_guide.html the file should be placed here:
C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\U ser Data\Default\Pepper Data\Shock-wave Flash\System\mms.cfg
>Note: Google Chrome supports the ability for each user on the system to create multiple user Profiles within Google Chrome. Each Profile has a separate instance of browser data and config files, including Flash Player data. To modify behavior across each Profile and user on the system using mms.cfg, an mms.cfg would need to be placed in each relevant folder. The primary profile on the system is named "Default", and subsequent profiles are enumerated with the name "Profile <n>".
>The System directory may not exist. If not, create it manually.
It also says this on page 37:
>NOTE: Update related directives for Adobe Flash Player are not honored by Google Chrome. Google distributes Flash Player as a component of Chrome, via the Chrome automatic update mechanism. Administrators must use Chrome's administrative controls to modify the behavior of the Chrome updater.
So it seems like Chrome could decide to remove flash regardless of what mms.cfg says in terms of disabling auto-updates. I recommend everybody to move away from Chrome and help reducing Google/Alphabet's power over the internet just a little bit. The current Firefox version (84.0.2) can still make use of the NPAPI flash plugin, once that stops working I will switch to Firefox ESR and check if that still works. Once that stops working I'll see where to go next, I'm leaning towards Waterfox being the best option though I'm not convinced it is being updated frequently enough to respond to urgent security fixes. But there's always the argument that if it gets an influx of users it will also get more developers interested in the project.
|>>||w7-890 !elUzZM2K/o 16jan2021(sa)19:10 No.82961 L |P25R19
|>>82953 doublethx antz (sorry for all the autism in my past posts)|
huh didn't know you could edit stuff here (welp forgot to archive oh well)
now i can finally enjoy swiffs peacefully on my VM
ok the final step is backing up my chrome version (how do i do it is copying the program files folder enough do i need to add registry stuff)
also webgenie works fine without the EOL stuff lol
(ok now all i need left is the IE11 flash v32 plugin i am trying to save a small site)
|>>||Anonymous 18jan2021(mo)13:04 No.83020 L |P26
|Houston we have a problem|
opening my trusty FFDEC gives the EOL message on the bottom right there is a yellow debug button
when I click it says WARNING failed to initialize flash panel
playing shape and moviess say this object cannot be previewed on your platform (windows only)
sounds play just fine on w10 host
on the guest VM nothing plays I don't see the EOL thing
anyone here uses flash.cn plug in (I don't want ching chong adware)
also how can I check what flash version and browser information I'm using (post made from webgenie player)
|>>||Anonymous 24jan2021(su)00:45 No.83109 J |P27R20
true true, but theres a board or two still untouched by qshit.
Anyone have a good option for playing files locally on your pc? I have so much saved but now half my media players for flash aren't working, and ruffle is way too early to be a default flash player.
|>>||Anonymous 24jan2021(su)02:50 No.83110 M |P28R21
Flash projector. Also works for online files if you go on file > open.
|>>||Anonymous 24jan2021(su)03:24 No.83112 J |P29R22
I have way too many flash files to manually open then navigate to them all the time, i need something that i can set as default program to play flash files with.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 24jan2021(su)04:28 No.83113 SWF |P30R23
|Fixed plugins without the kill switch|
Go to http://swfchan.com/end/ if you want to download "defused" plugins for Windows or Linux where Adobe's "time bomb" won't be able to trigger. You still install flash using Adobe's official installers and then you replace the plugins manually. Check the readme.txt for more info. The text file also has SHA-256 hashes of the fixed files as well as Adobe's official files, if you wish to download stuff from elsewhere and verify that it's the same files.
|>>||Anonymous 24jan2021(su)05:16 No.83114 M |P31R24
You can set it as the default program to open swf files, that's what I do. Figure out how.
|>>||Anonymous 24jan2021(su)20:11 No.83131 B |P32R25
|>>||Anonymous 25jan2021(mo)06:13 No.83141 M |P33R26
|>>||vespera 27jan2021(we)04:00 No.83159 N |P34R27
|is there a way to change all the files/games here to html5?|
it seems like alot of work to go around and hoping alot of these downloads work and alot of them are slow. is there any way to change files already here to html5 like coolmathgames did? otherwise this site might lose alot of people as many might find it too mich work to find the one link that works for emulating the links
|>>||Anonymous 27jan2021(we)05:31 No.83160 O |P35R28
There is no "losing alot of people" because barely anyone uses this site or cares about this ancient format anymore, lol. Those that still do ought to be dedicated. Just check the link SWFAnts just posted, it's the easiest way so far to get flash working in the browser again.
|>>||Anonymous 27jan2021(we)05:44 No.83161 P |P36R29
You can use the ruffle player to play some flash files as if they were Html5. Not an option here on the board but it is in the archive. If you think the site's slow it should work a little faster when most people are gone.
|>>||Anonymous 28jan2021(th)18:43 No.83176 Q |P37R30
|How do you install the browser plugin if you don't have it?|
|>>||Anonymous 29jan2021(fr)07:53 No.83184 P |P38R31
|>>||Anonymous 29jan2021(fr)12:57 No.83186 R |P39R32
|Ants should really be mirroring these files himself for future proofing.|
|>>||Anonymous 31jan2021(su)19:47 No.83257 B |P40R33
Waterfox was screened for security and performed poorly. Quote by anon:
>If you start up Waterfox for the first time, it will make 55 requests to several spyware platforms, notably Matomo, and Mozilla online services like its Geolocation service, and several other Mozilla services, as well as Waterfox's own update service.
In comparison Palemoon performs rather admirably with some 4 small changes to the config with only the likes of Chromium and Torbrowser to rank higher:
Waterfox initially was good, and maybe the classic version still works in that regard but for now, I'd say rather stick to Palemoon.
|>>||w7-890 31jan2021(su)20:06 No.83258 L |P41R34
|>>83186 (i remember prawn to be wild saved here)|
what about adobe CS6 (or other flash maker programs)
how are we gonna make games in the future (where can i download html5 zips)
(also i need some sort of scrapper that records network traffic having to redownload everything using httrack sucks how do u setup wampserver)
>>83184 (whats the difference of NPAPI vs activex)
i clicked the 465 link on the /end/ readme.txt file there are lots of exe's which one should i install/download
my tiny7 is 32 bit (theres no sysWOW64) should i place the files differently?
what to do with the 64 bit dlls
|>>||Anonymous 31jan2021(su)20:42 No.83261 B |P42R35
You can't just easily convert flash to hmtl5. It's not like switching between .avi and .mp4, flash and html work entirely different on an extremely elementary level.
Html5 was not made for games and sucks the most in that regard compared to flash. It would need tedious hours of much manual work to just port one flash game over, so I don't see that happening for 99% of all the games archived here.
Also making games in html sucks as much, and posting them is kinda impossible aside from regular filehosts, which would not enable playing without downloading.
ActiveX is the microsoft plugin for internet explorer and the like. NPAPI is for Netscape browsers (like firefox). There's also a unique plugin for chrome-like browsers.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 31jan2021(su)22:13 No.83264 SWF |P43R36
I know about the Waterfox concerns, the browser is now owned by the ad company System1. The thing about Pale Moon (and Basilisk) is that they only support XUL addons, while Waterfox supports both XUL and WebExtensions. Not allowing WebExtensions will only become more of an issue over time since not many new XUL addons are created for specific purposes, but I don't know if I can ignore the risks coming with an ad company owning Waterfox. It's too bad because its newer render engine is much snappier than Pale Moon (and Basilisk), sluggish scrolling will likely also become more of an issue over time as web developers only design for the biggest browsers.
I've noticed that all alternative browsers that still allow NPAPI have basically just one or two guys maintaining them. Maybe a couple more helping out from time to time but with just one or two key people that holds everything together. The further away from Firefox's latest state they get the more difficult it will be to lift over Mozilla's security patches or to determine if something needs to be custom-patched based on what Mozilla is fixing.
I'd like to be able to recommend the perfect browser but I don't think it exists. If Waterfox is put aside then Basilisk is probably the most familiar one to switch to for Firefox users. Ungoogled-Chromium is not an option since it can't display flash.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 31jan2021(su)22:24 No.83265 SWF |P44
I have the files downloaded but I don't think archive.org will take them down. Linking there instead of hosting them myself has two benefits: First of all it saves bandwidth that I rather want to go to swf files but it's also a trust issue, more people will trust WaybackMachine to serve Adobe's unmodified installers.
On 32-bit machines you would only use the 32-bit plugins = the "SysWOW64" files. Put those in your System32 and delete the 64-bit plugins = the "System32" files. Sorry, I know it's confusing, there aren't many people without 64-bit machines these days.
|>>||Anonymous 2feb2021(tu)00:39 No.83281 S |P45R37
|I've been using Maxthon 3 for years. It's the only internet browser I really like so I just stuck with it.|
I have seen zero interruption to my flash usage. I can still view .swf files fine in my browser or with my heavily customized version of MPC-HC.
Don't know if that helps anyone else.
Thanks for making it so I can still download flash files by unchecking the embed button on the get file screen.
I really appreciate you keeping this little slice of internet history alive.
|>>||Anonymous 2feb2021(tu)18:56 No.83289 P |P46R38
Maxthon is a Chinese closed-source browser that has a bunch of sponsored "reviews" on YouTube. Avoid!
|>>||Anonymous 2feb2021(tu)21:53 No.83292 M |P47R39
|The real killer would be a plugin that integrates the flash projector with your browser and uses it to open SWFs on webpages.|
|>>||Anonymous 3feb2021(we)19:57 No.83327 B |P48R40
You're pretty much describing what the flash player plugin was achieving until now.
As far as I understood that's not entirely possible anymore, that was the support which browsers dropped this year. Old plugin style things that are just external files can't be used anymore, everything needs to be in-browser with only extension addons making you able to change things up a bit, but they can never truly add support for something which doesn't already exist in the browser.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/superno va-swf-enabler/mhmphnocemakkjdampibehejoaleebpo?hl =en
Supernova is trying to create something like this, but atm there isn't any better alternative than downloading/autoopening them.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 3feb2021(we)21:52 No.83330 SWF |P49R41
There is another online flash emulator named WAFlash that probably works by having Adobe's plugin embedded inside itself using Crossbridge.
There's a demo at https://vidkidz.github.io/ and it can handle ActionScript 3, at least to a certain point. Some flashes that do work in Ruffle will however not work in WAFlash so it doesn't superseed Ruffle. Both don't have video support but Ruffle is making progress towards it (biggest hurdle to overcome might be legal stuff).
WAFlash was created by a South Korean, he has a twitter at https://twitter.com/vidkidz/ but haven't written much. His WAFlash player isn't open-source and has no public releases. There are some files on https://github.com/vidkidz/vidkidz.github.io but he haven't updated for over four months. The only place I've found that uses WAFlash is https://vidkidz.tistory.com/ (I see a lot of non-archived Korean flashes there, as well as a Discord link).
The Ruffle devs are aware of WAFlash, it might be tempting to try and enable AS3 support with the same methods but if it does embed Adobe's plugin it could maybe cause legal issues. It would also be hard to fix the problems that WAFlash have with many swf files if AS3 support isn't built from scratch. Ruffle being made in Rust and Crossbridge being C/C++ also complicates things.
If WAFlash makes a free public release I could add it as an alternative alongside Ruffle but rumors says the dev is interested in making it a commercial product and don't want webmasters to use it on their own site. If he's even still working on the project.
|>>||Anonymous 4feb2021(th)01:31 No.83331 M |P50R42
I mean a script or something that copies the address of SWF files on the page and forwards them to be opened on the Flash projector, on a new window. You can already do that manually, so automatically would be nice.
That sucks, here's hoping Ruffle gets its development boosted with the attention it has now.
|>>||w7-890 12feb2021(fr)16:31 No.83415 L |P51R43
why can't adobe just make a standalone self contained browser just like the projector (without any additional system32 bullshit)
think of it like webgenie player but for windows (anyone tried installing flash on portable apps browser)
lol i have the mxsetup.exe installer on my very old virtual machine in external drive (hail ching chong 50 cent army)
>>83330 (noice devil 1/2 trips there man) (anyone here tried to decompile the plugin)
fuck da police we have no choice but to reverse the script its the only way to add it here copyright sucks (the playing bay)
got my (x88 pro x3) is there a way to stream flash/browser content similar to puffin and dolphin to my phone (maybe i should use VNC instead) also is the linux /end/ plugin compatible with armbian
i renamed it to -dll.bak instead of .original (thanks antz flash works on IE9) any tips for newly installed firefox
i have moved the dlls properly but FFDEC previewer still doesn't work (they have a new flash viewer)
go to advanced settings (i used the dark skin) other and select (deprecated use adobe flash) unchecked by default
but it still says cannot be previewed windows only (is it ok if i paste the java logs here) how do i fix it
gonna try winding the time using original plugin to see if it works (also i found flashpatch.exe on collabVM FTP is this safe?)
what about a fake flash extension that turns flash embeds into (swfprojector ://) clicking it opens the standalone projector similar to the way discord/steam app links work
nah privacy isn't that important i use virtual machine nothing important gets collected also i use chrome as my primary browser since it was preinstalled without any adware (a secondary browser is fine too for shitposting on chan boards)
lastly who here tried the plugin on windows XP i havent tested yet (lol fresh new tiny7 works fine on my 3GB ramdisk)
|>>||Anonymous 7mar2021(su)16:01 No.83910 T |P52R44
Works for me, in XP, with all plugins. The activex plugin is a bit of a bitch to edit because of file permission dickery.
|>>||Anonymous 7mar2021(su)16:45 No.83915 T |P53
It's a shame, because WAFlash is better in terms of browser compat and performance, as of the time of this post.
The AS2 compat is also a bit better than Ruffle.
|>>||Anonymous 7mar2021(su)18:32 No.83920 B |P54R45
If you have trouble editing it yourself you can use the pre-edited files that admin provided:
|>>||Anonymous 22mar2021(mo)21:05 No.84288 B |P55
Just got around to notice, that you probably used the debug plugins as a base, did you Ants?
Because every so often I get an error message about some code or security issues with flashes I know worked without issue beforehand.
It would maybe nice to include the regular standard installation files modded in the zip as well, for those who care. I'd much prefer the latter because it's just annoying to close those error messages and sometimes it even hangs my plugin completely.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 23mar2021(tu)06:10 No.84306 SWF |P56R46
Yes, I figured having more features available was better than less and Adobe's debug installers were easier to download anyway. There is a hidden mm.cfg setting (note: not "mms.cfg") that can be used to not show the error messages. "mm" has debug-specific config settings.
1. WinKey + R and start "notepad", copy-paste:
2. Save to "C:\Users\<USERNAME>\mm.cfg" (doesn't need to be UTF8).
3. WinKey + R and start "%HOMEDRIVE%\%HOMEPATH%" just to see if the mm.cfg file is in the right place.
That should stop the error messages from appearing.
|>>||Anonymous 24mar2021(we)17:25 No.84328 B |P57R47
Yeah, I get what you mean, those installers were also the last ones to officially download from the debug page.
Sweet, I didn't check the config to have a setting, because I threw it out alltogether as it became obsolete when you don't need the whitelist anymore. Good to know there is another one for debug especially. And in the way more easy to add user folder as well! Thanks.
|>>||Anonymous 25mar2021(th)04:08 No.84337 M |P58R48
|Hey Ants, you still need to finish the guide at the bottom of flash pages, it still says "I will write this text in 2021 so that I don't post too many assumptions that turns out to be false".|
|>>||Firestorm 25mar2021(th)08:01 No.84339 U |P59R49
|Just a heads up here for this thread that I figured out a extremely simple way to use authentic flash in browser. No registry edits. Just 4 simple steps and standalone usb folder with a browser.|
|>>||Anonymous 25mar2021(th)18:13 No.84343 B |P60R50
Please remain on topic in your own thread.
To be blunt:
All of this is not new information and shame on you for not even copying the text from leddit.
And finally, it's far from necessary and recommended.
Don't use an older browser, you can use a modern secure browser like Palemoon. It has a standalone version, so it's just an exe (on your usb drive f.e.). It's still another browser just for flash, but it works marvelous, so you can use it for everything as well.
Don't use old flash plugins.
Download the newest debug installer from the archived Adobe site.
Then you get paste the modded plugins from here over the files and you're done as well.
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 25mar2021(th)20:35 No.84348 SWF |P61R51
The year's not over yet!
I did sit down and start to type but got demotivated from there not being a perfect alternative browser to recommend. Either they have drawbacks such as being sluggish and/or unable to use modern web features, or they have suspicious parent companies. All of them have few maintainers.
What's worse is I failed to figure out how to hack back the ActiveX plugin on Win10 machines where Windows Update automatically uninstalled the thing. I got the 32-bit version working in IrfanView but neither that one nor the 64-bit plugin is successfully loaded by Media Player Classic for some reason (tried both 32/64 MPC-HC). It was my preferred swf player due to the useful seekbar.
I wish Adobe had the decency to leave us with an ActiveX installer that also works on Win10. Running their final installer it says "This Adobe Flash Player ActiveX Installer is only intended for Windows 7 and prior. Please run the Adobe Flash Player ActiveX Installer for Windows 8 and Windows 10.", which hints at there being an installer for Win10 but I haven't been able to find it if there is one. Have tried grabbing flash-related Windows updates from www.catalog.update.microsoft.com but I'm getting "not compatible" messages. I bet it is possible to just bypass the OS detection in Adobe's ActiveX installer and it'll work flawlessly on Win10, maybe I'll get around to figuring that out. Though I'd be very grateful if someone else could figure out how to get ActiveX flash back on Win10 before I get the time to do it, in case someone 1337 reads this.
Anyway, the text in place right now on the pages with the GET FILE button at least links to where you can download Adobe's projector exe, which regrettably have become the best way to view swf files now. The text also links to Firefox ESR, which is the best browser for still viewing flashes online (until it stops working there as well). For more info I hope people see the link to this discussion thread. But yeah, I know I should rewrite that text. I can at least make it clear that the projector is the preferred reliable way to play flash now.
|>>||Anonymous 8apr2021(th)12:22 No.84673 V |P62R52