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Discovered:29/5 -2015 19:41:33

Ended:29/5 -2015 23:24:00

Checked:30/5 -2015 00:24:08

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File: swf_life.swf-(2.45 MB, 650x400, Loop)
[_] Google Chrome is dropping flash Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)12:40 No.2795447


  your thoughts on this?

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>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)12:42 No.2795448

  Good riddance.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)12:48 No.2795452

  >using chrome

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)12:53 No.2795456

  people have been talking about the "death of flash" for years, but as long as there won't be a
  real alternative that can do everything flash, it just ain't gonna happen.

  >inb4 html5

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)12:54 No.2795457

  I use adobe flash player, but it does have problems with large files

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)13:02 No.2795459


>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)13:04 No.2795460


  >plays .pdf by default
  >only browser to do it
  >"will remove flash"

  I think it's FUD because you can't say anything real against chrome.

  >hurrdurr botnet

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)14:53 No.2795520

  Fuck Canary, it would be my main browser, but all it does is give me BSOD's for some reason.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)15:27 No.2795548

  RIP /f/.

  Oh wait, no.
  They'll just fall back on this when the rest of the internet finds out and fucking shits down
  their throat for being cunts, just like they did with something else earlier in the year.

  A large chunk of websites still rely on Flash.
  Not to mention HTML5 is still fucking horribly inferior to it, and I actually say that when I
  like it. HTML5 is insanely laggier at times.
  Not to mention the lack of being able to work with binary content as well as Flash can.
  And more so, more annoying to make portable HTML5 pages since you can't directly embed binary
  content. (trust me, I tried)
  The best you can do is use as many non-enclosure breaking characters. (aka, any letter that will
  fit between quotes and not break it, then you can use the letters binary representation as
  storage. It has been used before in some small JS file contests to great effect)
  Or use shitty base64.
  >not using base91

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)15:39 No.2795556

  google sucks.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)15:41 No.2795558


>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)16:07 No.2795575


  And even if our browsers stop supporting flash, we can just download the swf's and play them

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)16:08 No.2795577

  what do mean pdf by default? firefox will display pdfs

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)16:13 No.2795579

  They copied it too then? Didn't know that.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/29/15(Fri)16:22 No.2795583

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