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This is resource NEAZEID, an Archived Thread.
Discovered:16/5 -2015 21:33:53

Ended:17/5 -2015 00:33:58

Checked:17/5 -2015 01:01:02

Original location:
Recognized format: Yes, thread post count is 33.
Discovered flash files: 1

File: Swf Life.swf-(2.45 MB, 650x400, Loop)
[_] What do you /f/ellows use to watch swfs with after downloading them? Anonymous
05/16/15(Sat)14:32 No.2782589

  because i just downloaded irfanview again and its not working for alot of the swf files i have
  now :(

Marked for deletion (old).
>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:34 No.2782591

  I open them in Firefox.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:36 No.2782593

  opera is a good browser
  for everything

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:40 No.2782594

  I use SWF opener for loops/etc.

  GOM player for games.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:40 No.2782595

  >open new link
  >take file
  >paste to link
  >press enter
  i dont know who told you that you needed a downloader to view swfs, but they were lying and also
  really really really dumb

  >spoonfeeding nigger from nigger africa
  /f/ellows? lol you know damn well we're /f/aggots

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:41 No.2782596

  Adobe flash,download the free trial thing from Adobes Creative Cloud. I ran out of time but it
  still works fine for me. Keeps it updated aswell.
  Obviously,flash runs better/smoother than other programs,I used to open them with irfanview too.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:45 No.2782600

  anything but the browser you originally watched them in would be kinda stupid

  >if it runs in the browser, its harder to exploit
  >if it previously worked in the browser, it will again

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)14:54 No.2782606

  i like using a separate program to view them so i can adjust the volume independently of my
  i'l check that out thanks

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:00 No.2782609

  no one just use flash player?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:00 No.2782610

  MPC-HC. Works with just about everything.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:09 No.2782613

>> [_] !iLoVeYOUvM 05/16/15(Sat)15:23 No.2782622

  >anything but the browser you originally watched them in would be kinda stupid
  Using flash player, a program dedicated to playing flashes is more stupid than drag and dropping
  flashes onto your browser?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:26 No.2782626

  what are those other websites for swfs?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:29 No.2782627

  Always use Adobe's Flash Projector, the free standalone Flash Player. Comes in a regular and
  Debug flavors.
  Browsers and everything else just uses teh flash player plugin dll, which may not always be
  guaranteed to be properly implemented, or may render poorly.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:30 No.2782629


>> [_] John Moses Browning 05/16/15(Sat)15:38 No.2782633

  I was used to use irfanview, it's very nice!
  But now I also open .swfs with an Adope Flash Standalone player

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:40 No.2782638

  MPC's clicking is weird for flashes, so I just use my browser.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:43 No.2782639

  so where else could one find more flashes?

>> [_] John Moses Browning 05/16/15(Sat)15:46 No.2782642

  pretty much

>> [_] John Moses Browning 05/16/15(Sat)15:47 No.2782643

  I mean

>> [_] !iLoVeYOUvM 05/16/15(Sat)15:48 No.2782644


>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)15:56 No.2782649


>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:11 No.2782656

  Can i get someone to put up the latest Backer version of TiTS?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:13 No.2782657

  Just search it on swfchan.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:30 No.2782664

  >drag and dropping
  Well, that sure would be stupid. But who would do such a stupid thing?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:32 No.2782666

  Can you name a single flash that works better in standalone player rather than plugin?

  I've been using both standalone and plugin versions for a couple of years, but I've never seen
  any difference between them. Other than the browser implementation on top of the plugin, of

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:40 No.2782670

  I do, but only because I run games out of it too.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:42 No.2782671

  Another anon, for some weird reason in xubuntu firefox doesn't let me use the Flash Player Plugin
  to view flashes that I downloaded and the projector is the best option.
  And 0x40 hues runs more smoothly in the projector, but that is just because I have a crap

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:46 No.2782677

  I use the standalone flashplayer from adobe. Works way better than in FireFox and I don't have to
  be scared that FireFox fucks something up and crashes when I intend to play a flashgame that
  lasts long. Runs way smoother too.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)16:48 No.2782679

  How do people not just use flash player? Maybe I shouldn't assume that people who browse flash
  sites actually have an interest in flash.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)17:24 No.2782698

  Not them, and have a legit copy of flash from CS5, but long before that, occasionally Flash
  Player would just stop playing anything.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)17:29 No.2782702

  and literally all are shit
  might as well go to newgrounds or something

>> [_] Anonymous 05/16/15(Sat)17:31 No.2782706

  Remember the 1-9-90 rule: out of every 100 people on a website, 90 are lurkers, 9 are
  participators and only 1 is an actual content creator
Created: 16/5 -2015 21:33:53 Last modified: 17/5 -2015 01:02:53 Server time: 19/04 -2019 16:50:15