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This is resource UBFBB3G, an Archived Thread.
Discovered:12/1 -2021 15:20:49

Ended:15/1 -2021 00:05:04

Checked:15/1 -2021 00:57:13

Original location: https://boards.4chan.org/f/thread/3456854/its-really-ove…
Recognized format: Yes, thread post count is 244.
Discovered flash files: 1





File: Kinda Lonely.swf-(3.94 MB, 650x500, Hentai)
[_] it's really over isn't it. Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)09:19:11 No.3456854 [IMG]

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)09:32:15 No.3456856

  >>3456854
  officially? yeah
  but for us? nahh

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)11:58:33 No.3456868

  To whom it may concern:
  I can now say for sure that the only mms.cfg file that is globally get by the plugin has to be in
  the 32 bit system folder.
  Using palemoon standalone (with an extra standalone plugin folder) with 64bit, I still could not
  use flash without the mms in the 32bit folder.
  On 64bit windows this is in %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash
  if you're on 32bit it would be in
  %WINDIR%\System32\Macromed\Flash

  Other files in the standalone plugin folder, or the System32 folder (which is the 64bit folder on
  x64) seem to get ignored.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)12:01:03 No.3456870

  >>3456868
  it's easiest to just put a copy of the same mms.cfg in both folders

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)12:02:38 No.3456872

  >>3456870
  I know, I have it in all three, but it may be nice to know which is the one that matters.
  I just forgot to add the 4chan domain in only the 32bit folder one, then added it and now it
  works.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)12:23:37 No.3456874

  >>3456854
  I just didn't update Chrome and use FlashEmbed to view files in the browser.
  (Never managed to downgrade Chrome to a version that still supports in-browser-viewing though)

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)13:05:32 No.3456881

  >>3456868
  >standalone browser
  >needing things to be in system folders to work properly
  This seems like a flaw.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)13:08:43 No.3456882

  Just download the latest version without a killswitch and don't upload your browser.

  And be wary of what you actually download from now on since there will be security issues.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)13:19:12 No.3456885

  I can still use the plugin without doing shit. All I have to do is press "Run This Time" every
  single time I want to use flash, which is kind of annoying.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)13:36:05 No.3456888

  lol safari

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)14:17:23 No.3456893

  Okay faggots. Here's what you need to know.
  Adobe Flash Player browser plugins versions AFTER v32.0.0.371 have a killswitch that will
  activate January 12th 2020. After this date, the Flash Player plugin will actively prevent itself
  from playing SWF files in your browser.

  However, there is a way around this.
  Below is a download link to a combined archive of several different 32.0.0.371 installers. Pick
  the one you need and install it, then go into Flash's settings and disable automatic updates.
  Congratulations, you can now continue using the Flash Player plugin to watch Flash files on your
  web browser.
  https://archive.org/download/flashplayerarchive/pub/flashplayer/installers/archive/f
  p_32.0.0.371_archive.zip
  You'll need to use an offline installer. Otherwise it'll outright tell you you're not installing
  the latest version and cancel. For most Windows users that will be "flashplayer32_0r0_37
  1_win.msi" I'm afraid I can't help Mac or Linux users, but they probably already know what
  they're doing anyway.

  There are, of course, alternatives. Flash's own standalone projectors do not have the killswitch.
  You can download SWFs and run them in these projectors directly off your hard drive. You can set
  up file associations to have the SWFs automatically open in the projector. You can also put in an
  URL to run SWFs directly from the internet without having to download.
  It can be found in the above URL as files with "_sa" in the filename. Windows Example:
  flashplayer32_0r0_371_win_sa.exe

  There's also Ruffle, which is still in development, and there's even a version that doesn't
  require you to install any browser plugins but but is run on-demand from sites that implement it,
  but it isn't quite finished yet and some flashes will break.

  Some Flash games are published as standalone projectors and are safe from the killswitch.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)14:18:30 No.3456894

  >>3456870
  >same mms.cfg in both folders
  Use a hardlink instead. I think win7 was the first to support this.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:01:50 No.3456906

  Any way to bring back playback in MPC?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:26:56 No.3456908

  >>3456906
  Assuming mpc uses activeX, then go DL this >>3456893 and install this file flashplayer32_0r0_371
  _winax.exe

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:29:45 No.3456910

  >>3456893
  Mac fag here, open and install flashplayer32_0r0_371_mac_pkg and flashplayer32_0r0_371_mac while
  also disabling updates and you're good to go.

  flashplayer32_0r0_371_mac_sa looks to be the stand alone player, I haven't mess with that yet.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:34:16 No.3456911

  >>3456908
  Says my Internet Explorer already has the latest version installed. Reinstall does help.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:46:24 No.3456917

  >>3456911
  oops yeah, forgot to mention you probably need to use the uninstaller first

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:51:22 No.3456918

  >>3456917
  I meant Reinstall doesn't help. Don't think I can remove IE altogether too.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)15:53:43 No.3456920

  Works in Firefox now but in some instances it it just gives me white screen and audio.
  On win 10 64 there is no default CFG file in sys32 folder only in sysWOW64

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:03:19 No.3456925

  Ruhe in Frieden...

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:16:01 No.3456927

  >>3456854
  >but for us? nahh
  thank gaben

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:20:44 No.3456928

  >>3456854
  O hey, a pin.
  Thanks modman. (っ´ω`c)
  If you're reading this, how about you make a post and vibe with the anonymous /f/riends a little?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:32:34 No.3456933

  bros, i...

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:52:45 No.3456936

  POSTIN' IN A STICKY!

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:56:23 No.3456937

  Merlin's Magical Wintergatan Wash Your System of the Timebomb

  Go to:
  32-bit Windows: %WINDIR%\System32\Macromed\Flash
  64-bit Windows: %WINDIR%\SysWow64\Macromed\Flash
  MacOS: /Library/Application Support/Macromedia
  Linux: /etc/adobe/

  Edit the file "mms.cfg" or create it if it doesn't exist (use Notepad++ on Windows).
  The content of the files should be:

  SilentAutoUpdateEnable=0 # disable automatic updates
  AutoUpdateDisable=1 # disable update checking
  EOLUninstallDisable = 1 # disable EOL notice
  EnableInsecureAllowListLocalPathMatching = 1 # fixes bug with filenames with brackets, may also
  fix MPC-HC
  AllowListUrlPattern = file:* # Allow all local files to run in browsers.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:57:24 No.3456938

  >>3456937
  Or

  Use a hex editor to search for the hex string:
  00 00 40 46 3E 6F 77 42

  And replace it with:
  00 00 00 00 00 00 F8 7F

  THE SIX FILES YOU NEED TO CHANGE ON WINDOWS ARE IN THE FOLLOWING TWO DIRECTORIES:

  C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash
  C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash (32-bit flash on 64-bit only)

  FILENAMES:

  Flash32_32_0_0_###.ocx (ActiveX: IE / IrfanView version)
  Flash64_32_0_0_###.ocx (ActiveX: IE / IrfanView version)
  NPSWF32_32_0_0_###.dll (NPAPI: Firefox / Palemoon version)
  pepflashplayer32_32_0_0_###.dll (PPAPI: Chrome/Chromium/360/Edge version)

  OCX files are write-protected so you will need to rename and copy, or take ownership of them as
  required.

  Note: You will probably need to use Pale Moon, Basilisk, and for now Firefox ESR or outdated
  browsers to avoid the plugin being blocked by the browsers.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)16:58:28 No.3456939

  >>3456938
  Or

  As was posted before, delete/uninstall the flash program you have and download and install this,
  it's the latest version not to have the timebomb.

  https://archive.org/download/flashplayerarchive/pub/flashplayer/installers/archive/f
  p_32.0.0.371_archive.zip

  Merlin, out.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:01:47 No.3456940

  Thank you based flash wizards. Gonna probably whack it tonight to some good flashes from back in
  the day. imouto to full English CRACKED, here I come.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:05:45 No.3456941

  1000th post when?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:07:44 No.3456942

  HOLY FREAKING CR*P
  POSTING IN A STICKY!

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:10:21 No.3456944

  >>3456893
  What about Firefox? I read somewhere that they are planning on discontinuing support for the
  plugin. What will happen when they do and how do we get around that?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:13:06 No.3456946

  >>3456944
  The only thing you can do at that point is switch to a different browser that doesn't block the
  plugin, or switch to Ruffle. I'm personally using Waterfox Classic.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:14:39 No.3456947

  >>3456937
  I recommend setting mms.cfg even if you decide to use an outdated version of Flash since it
  disable autoupdates and the annoying EOL notice.
  >>3456942
  Beat me to it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:15:41 No.3456948

  >>3456944
  Basilisk and Pale Moon aren't dropping support.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:21:38 No.3456949

  POSTAN IN A STICKY

  it's been real /f/

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:41:26 No.3456951

  Here's hoping Ruffle doesn't succumb to drama or internal bullshit before decent AS3
  compatibility.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)17:49:14 No.3456952

  Its never over.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:08:34 No.3456957

  >>3456937
  >>3456938
  tried both of these with the old version installed from >>3456893 but still no success. Still get
  the flash out of date screen when trying to load flashes locally or on f.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:13:16 No.3456958

  postan in a sticky

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:16:55 No.3456960

  >>3456893
  Thank you /f/ren, where do i disable automatic updates though?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:17:05 No.3456961

  >>3456957

  Had no luck either by trying both these :
  >>3456937
  then
  >>3456893

  Would someone be kind enough to post a more in depth guide or something ? I don't even know what
  an "offline installer" is but I didn't have any cancellation when using "flashplayer32_0r0_37
  1_win.msi". However even after doing both the mms.cfg file creation in both folders (32 and 64)
  and the installation of the archived thingy, I see no change.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:19:26 No.3456962

  >>3456960
  Control Panel on Windows.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:20:28 No.3456963

  >>3456961
  All I can tell you is, using Waterfox, I uninstalled the current Flash version I had, installed
  flashplayer32_0r0_371_win.msi from >>3456893, then disabled updates, and everything works fine
  for me.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:26:08 No.3456965

  >>3456961
  can anyone on ungoogled chromium advise? how did you get it working?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:32:52 No.3456966

  >>3456963
  using chrome, i removed flash (i think) and used the flashplayer32_0r0_371_win.msi installer but
  still no luck

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:35:54 No.3456968

  I can't even run a local file hoooooly shit I hope someone bombs adobe's offices AT&T style

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:36:17 No.3456969

  >>3456957
  >>3456961
  Does it just say it's out of date and give you the warning red sign? Just click it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:39:16 No.3456972

  It's never over

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:42:40 No.3456974

  >>3456969
  nope. just shows the flash logo and links me to https://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer
  /end-of-life.html

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:46:26 No.3456978

  >>3456969
  It basically says the same thing it said when I tried to use flash earlier today, when I didn't
  expect it to give me the middle finger :
  "Flash player has been blocked because it's obsolete. (update plugin) (execute this time)"
  If I click update plugin it takes me to the EOL page
  If I click "execute this time" the flash logo with the blue circle with an "i" inside appears in
  the flash file and when I click it, it takes me to the EOL page.

  I have tried uninstalling and deleting all files except mms.cfg in the flash folders of System32
  and SysWOW64, then restarting PC, going offline, installing the archived "flashplayer32_0r0_37
  1_win.msi" but it's like chrome is blocked on the same message whenever I try to open files on
  /f/, as if all I was doing didn't change shit.
  I had such a shit day all I wanted was some cool flashes to help me relax, and instead it's more
  trouble... But I really need to solve this problem as long as the sticky is alive

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:50:05 No.3456979

  Gentoo ebuild + distfiles of Flash v371 :

  https://mega.nz/file/7QlkAQSJ#JeiaLabMreGe2HQwLr6JZep_dzI2jqH8l0GmoIoCeEU

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:50:27 No.3456980

  >>3456978
  Maybe try some of the other windows installers? I didn't have any luck with them, but who knows,
  maybe they'll work for you, like the msi worked for me.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)18:56:31 No.3456984

  >>3456874
  you won't be happy with that
  I did the exact same thing with firefox once
  but the web changes fast and at some point you just won't be able to view websites anymore, not
  to mention security
  just download a good browser, even if just a second one to use flash with, instead of a shitty
  non updated one

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:07:13 No.3456987

  Well, this is it! Flash is truly dead and gone. It's the end of an era, folks Long live Flash and
  all the joy and fun it brought to us over the years.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:11:53 No.3456989

  >>3456856
  >>3456868

  I'll just download the files and use the flash player that's bundled with the pirated copy of
  adobe animate until someone figures the emulation out

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:22:12 No.3456991

  >>3456987
  Looks like the Silicon Valley techocracy fucked us out of playing all those fun games and
  animations, forever.

  Isn't it good that they know what's best for us? I can't wait til they start being formally able
  to declare people as domestic terrorists.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:26:31 No.3456993

  If anybody's willing to trust a binary patch from a random stranger and wants x86_64 NPAPI plugin
  for Linux, here's my fixed flash 32.0.0.465:
  http://tastypie.kicks-ass.net/defused-flash-linux.html

  Or, patch your own:
  Timebomb date is located at offset 0x00C3FCE9, with the value 00 00 40 46 3E 6F 77 42, change it
  to 00 00 00 00 00 00 F8 7F.

  Also, I'm half-ass working on reviving swfdec (works on my system for ~85% of my collection and
  can generate thumbnails), but I'm very unmotivated and there's a high chance it will go nowhere
  unless other people are interested enough.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:31:04 No.3456995

  >>3456987
  I've played a few games yesterday and watched several loops today, though.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:31:17 No.3456996

  >>3456978
  cont from this

  I feel like the problem is that no matter how hard I try to delete all flash related things and
  files on my PC (apart from my swf files), I still get the popup upon opening chrome telling me
  how flash is no longer supported after December of 2020.

  It's like it never tries to use the Adobe Flash Player 32 NPAPI or something that I install
  through "flashplayer32_0r0_371_win.msi".

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:35:21 No.3456998

  >>3456984
  yeah I can vouch for this as well. I hated new changes to chrome but I've begrudgingly had to
  accept them if I wanted to use any websites or feel secure when using it for monetary
  transactions.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:37:59 No.3456999

  >>3456978
  what browser do you have? some browsers are also blocking flash from playing so you'd need either
  an old browser or another modern browser that supports flash player.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:41:12 No.3457000

  Currently using Opera12, uninstalled flash and reinstalled >>3456939 this one now when i open
  files in browser it just saves them. did i break something?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:52:37 No.3457001

  >>3456979
  Thank you! This helped

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:57:42 No.3457004

  >>3456894
  going through that trouble tho

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:58:21 No.3457005

  >>3456938
  what if my filenames are different? my ocx just says Flash.ocx in sys32 and syswow64 and neither
  folder has NPSWF32. Both Flash.ocx had the hex in them so I assume it's fine, but since npswf is
  missing won't that be a problem if I wanna use palemoon?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)19:58:47 No.3457006

  >>3456908
  using flashplayer32_0r0_371_winax.exe is not allowed on windows 10 or windows 8, it just tells me
  that windows update handles flash.

  good job adobe.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:00:07 No.3457007

  >>3456999
  I'm using chrome

  >>3456996
  cont of this

  I downloaded firefox and when I check /f/ it allows me to use flash, then I right clicked inside
  a flash cuz it wouldn't play (can't bother trying to understand why anymore) and saw "about
  flash[...].371, which is the version I installed through "flashplayer32_0r0_371_win.msi", and the
  one I would want chrome to use I guess.
  However, on chrome, when I right click inside a flash with the flash logo and blue circle with a
  "i" inside, it says "about flash[...].465" ?? I uninstalled that version hours ago already,
  deleted all files and all... (also when I type chrome://components in the URL bar it always talks
  about flash 465)

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:00:52 No.3457008

  >>3457001
  To explain further, I'm on Ubuntu with Firefox.
  I used your x64 npapi one from your thing. Copied the usr, and shoved the libflashplayer.so
  everywhere until it worked. I even added a new firefox/browser/plugins in the lib64 folder. Not
  sure which one did the trick, but at least flash works again.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:01:58 No.3457009

  >>3457007
  Sounds like your Chrome flash is auto-updating

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:03:27 No.3457011

  >>3457006
  Here's the exact error message you get when trying to install the ActiveX version of flash on
  Windows 10:

  >The installation encountered errors:
  >Your Microsoft Internet Explorer browser includes the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player
  built-in. Windows Update will inform you when new versions of the Flash Player are available.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:09:26 No.3457014

  >>3456937
  >>3456938
  Did both of these and it works now in operagx so thanks homeslice. Surprised it was that easy

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:14:32 No.3457015

  >>3457004
  What trouble? It's just one command. I tried to write exact steps but apparently 4chan doesn't
  like it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:17:13 No.3457018

  >>3456893
  Downloaded the old versions, works like a charm
  Thank you based flash gods.
  /f/ is dead, long live /f/

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:34:43 No.3457023

  >>3456893
  How the fuck do I get this to work with Pale Moon, it just keeps crashing
  do I have to install the plugin separately

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:39:06 No.3457024

  Anybody else keeps getting white screens with .swf files on Flashpoint? I did as the flash wizard
  said

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:39:11 No.3457025

  >>3457007
  Im also using chrome but apparently Pale Moon is keeping the flash plugin and is the browser most
  users on /f/ and 4chan in general recommends?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:40:01 No.3457026

  >>3457023
  Pale Moon is just a Firefox fork, isn't it? Shouldn't it work the same as installing for Firefox?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:40:09 No.3457027

  >>3457007
  Chrome has its own built-in flash player. I'm not sure if it can be removed, or if the browser
  can be forced to ignore the built-in player and instead run the copy of Flash which the user
  installed.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:42:26 No.3457028

  >>3457027
  Test

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:46:34 No.3457030

  >>3456893
  >it just works
  We're back in the game, baby. Long live /f/

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:47:03 No.3457031

  If anyone is lurking here and want my 5 yo account with 1k USD spent through 4 servers it hit me
  up. It's a Flash browser RPG game and I'm tired of it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:58:36 No.3457032

  For chromefags and windowsfags:
  Download one of these two:
  >32: http://effect8(dot)ru/upload(dot)ee/files/11679933/pepflashplayer32_32_0_0_371.7z
  >64: http://effect8(dot)ru/upload(dot)ee/files/11679934/pepflashplayer64_32_0_0_371.7z

  Then go to:
  >C:\Users\(You)\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\PepperFlash
  Inside that folder, there is a folder named after the Chrome flash version, copy the files inside
  that folder, make a backup just in case
  Then rename the folder with the downloaded version (32.0.0.371)
  Restart Chrome and it should work

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)20:59:17 No.3457033

  >>3457026
  It was a pretty seriously modified fork last time I've used it so he is probably SOL.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:00:26 No.3457034

  >>3457032
  Would this work in Leenox? Sorry, I'm retarded.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:00:29 No.3457035

  >>3457033
  Damn, shit sux.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:02:50 No.3457037

  >>3457035
  I moved to Waterfox. Stopped updating at the last 56.x.x version because the next broke some
  extension compatibility (they moved to a new versioning system entirely, they just use dates now).

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:05:35 No.3457038

  >>3457034
  Probably not since you have to replace a dll file
  You should check what kind of files is Chrome using on Linux and google it, idk where is the
  Linux folder neither

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:09:47 No.3457039

  >>3457007
  >>3457025
  >>3457027
  >Unironically using Chrome
  Stop using a piece of Google spyware. I would suggest Firefox but that's about to be shitted up
  too, so I'm switching to Pale Moon as soon as I get flash running on it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:14:55 No.3457041

  >>3457032
  For me, Chrome knows it's out of date and won't let it run (even if you choose "run this time").
  fuck this shit, maybe I should just start using Pale Moon for everything.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:16:19 No.3457042

  >>3457037
  I'm going to assume you mean old style extensions, in which case Waterfox Classic should still
  support them.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:16:44 No.3457043

  Adobe SEETHING rn.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:20:11 No.3457044

  >>3457032
  >>3457041
  Ah, forgot to say, I have an older Chrome version
  67.0.3396.79 is the one I have, maybe is that

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:20:20 No.3457045

  nobody wants my 5yo account
  feelsbadman

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:34:41 No.3457048

  >>3456893
  Thank you kind anon, God bless

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:35:55 No.3457049

  >>3457044
  I'm using 87.0.4280.141. I guess by this version they're simply barring any Flash content from
  ever running.
  I don't get it. Is Google so evil and controlling that they won't simply let me choose what files
  I open in a browser? Can't I just check a dialog box saying I accept the risk and be done with it?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:48:19 No.3457050

  lol so many stickies, in the most dead board the mods are the most active

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)21:55:57 No.3457052

  Apparently this browser >>>79669008 works

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:00:59 No.3457053

  >>3457023
  >>3457026

  I use palemoon (on linux, so I can't try it and give exact instructions) and it takes standard
  firefox compatible plugins (npapi). I can't think of any reason why it wouldn't work.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:04:44 No.3457054

  >>3456910
  where can I grt these files?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:05:34 No.3457055

  >>3457054
  In the zip in the post he's replying to.
  Use your head, Anon.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:09:02 No.3457056

  >>3457052
  Anon, you need to put the board in too when cross-linking

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:16:36 No.3457057

  >>3457056
  like this? >>>/g/79669008

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:27:42 No.3457058

  >>3457057
  Yep. You can also link to a catalog search by just typing whatever you want in after the board,
  rather than a specific thread number. >>>/g/browser for example.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:53:02 No.3457059

  I cracked the code.

  Set the date to the 10th or some shit.

  Thats it. Worst timebomb ever.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:54:07 No.3457060

  I am genuinely mad that it is this easy, but eh, I can watch weird flash stuff again so whatever.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:55:44 No.3457061

  >>3457052
  basilisk works

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:58:27 No.3457062

  >>3457059
  Sure, it's a simple date check, but changing your date every time you want to watch a flash can
  get pretty annoying pretty quick, and setting your computer back a few years could potentially
  fuck other things up.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)22:58:31 No.3457063

  REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:00:59 No.3457064

  postan in sticky bread

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:02:37 No.3457065

  >>3457062
  At least until everyone has another way, this should work for a while. I doubt the emulator guys
  will take more than a year to get it correct.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:03:22 No.3457066

  >>3457058
  >>3457061
  This browsers are just too slow to play my browser game

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:05:34 No.3457068

  >>3457066
  ? basilisk works just fine?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:14:11 No.3457070

  >>3457068
  Oh really? Give it a try and tell me how it goes for ya. Post webm
  https://www.plaync100.net/

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:30:34 No.3457071

  is ruffle getting a standalone projector when it's complete?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/12/21(Tue)23:45:35 No.3457074

  >>3457065
  i doubt the emulator guys will get it correct in 5 years, if you're talking about ruffle. they
  are making a flash player from scratch, not just trying to port over adobe's.

  >>3457071
  even if they don't adobe's standalone projector will keep working forever. i noticed that adobe
  actually kept the projector downloadable on their homepage, which is a pleasant surprise:
  https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/debug_downloads.html
  still don't understand why they felt the need to brick the plugin but at least there's that.

  >>3457057
  "What do we think about Chinese browsers?"
  oh god no, avoid like the plague.
  chrome is semi-spyware (it tracks your web activity) but chinese made browsers are full blown
  spyware and/or adware that tracks your computer activity (upload your files or installs a
  backdoor/trojan)

>> [_] DESTROIER 01/12/21(Tue)23:54:14 No.3457076

  Hey peeps. Just got on to see the damage report. All is not lost. Just download the standalone
  flash player from Adobe themselves. All you gotta do is run it, find what you wanna play, and
  bam. You're playing flash again. Just tried it myself, it's not hard. If you need help I have a
  discord "Drestez#4509". Good luck.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:02:17 No.3457078

  >>3457076
  Did you even read the thread?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:09:40 No.3457079

  >>3457076
  Can't wait for someone to tell us he got a mystery exe sent to him via discord and now his main
  PC is encrypted.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:17:04 No.3457082

  >>3457074
  >still don't understand why they felt the need to brick the plugin
  Given that they've allowed the projector to exist, it might be a liability issue.
  Flash does have its security issues, so maybe Adobe was afraid of there being malicious content
  on a product they no longer use. It's still possible to acquire any version of Flash Studio and
  make .swf content.
  The projector doesn't have internet access by default, right? Might be why they still have it
  around.
  Even if Adobe kills off the flash projector; I think any version of Flash Studio you can torrent
  (CS6 is a popular example) has an included flash player. Mine still works.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:26:45 No.3457085

  >>3457082
  i don't buy it, if people keep using old software after companies have ended support they don't
  have any legal case against the company. else there would rain in lawsuits from programs made in
  the early 2000s or even the 90s.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:29:11 No.3457087

  >>3456854
  You can't just sticky a thread twice

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:34:52 No.3457088

  >>3457085
  Maybe an individual couldn't sue over old software, but major corporations have a lot more pull.
  Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla have been stepping on Adobe's heels to end support for
  Flash for years and years now. God knows why.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:38:09 No.3457090

  >>3457088
  There's a ton of companies that still used Windows XP for many years after Microsoft stopped
  supporting the OS, completely ignoring potential security issues.

  If anything companies would have been more likely to sue Microsoft if the bricked the OS after
  they ended support. What Adobe has done makes no sense and I bet bricking it had caused more
  angry companies than not bricking it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:44:21 No.3457092

  Never give up.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:45:25 No.3457093

  >>3457090
  What major companies still use flash content?
  Flash strikes me as something still used by individuals more than companies, unless you're
  counting Newgrounds, which is a company. Though Newgrounds knew it was coming and backed Ruffle
  for that reason.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:52:19 No.3457095

  >>3457093
  i don't have examples but i know there are websites who are 99% flash content. also i know i saw
  chaturbate use flash for video playback late last year (end of november or early december). they
  probably have switched now, i haven't checked, but it they were still using flash other companies
  were as well.
  imagine building a site around flash and then being forced to rebuild everything for no other
  reason than other companies thinking everybody should abandon flash.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:54:40 No.3457096

  >>3457095
  For some reason, it's worth it to adobe. I forgot about Chaturbate.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)00:58:09 No.3457097

  what's this?

  https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:02:33 No.3457099

  >>3456993
  github?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:33:17 No.3457101

  the standalone flash player i got a couple weeks ago works, at least so far. it'll even let me
  play flash files hosted online.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:41:50 No.3457102

  >>3457101
  how?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:42:09 No.3457103

  >>3457074
  >i noticed that adobe actually kept the projector downloadable on their homepage
  That is the single most retarded thing I have heard this year, and it's going to be a tough one
  to beat going forward.
  Why go through all the effort to brick the software if you are still going to provide it? Do they
  even realize that it is still available?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:46:13 No.3457104

  >>3457103
  Most likely it's intentional.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:53:11 No.3457105

  >>3457103
  They disabled the browser-integrated ones so that the majority will stop using it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:54:28 No.3457106

  >go on /f/
  >check out a flash to see if the timebomb actually went off
  >flash still works
  >huh.jpg
  >realize it's because of the palemoon browser I've been using for a few years now

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)01:55:17 No.3457107

  I grabbed the ruffle extension for chrome, but it still isn't running flashes on this site. Does
  anyone know what is wrong with the extension/ what I'm doing wrong?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)02:07:51 No.3457108

  >>3457093
  Habbo (which a lot of people seem to forget) had to be completely rewritten to run without flash,
  and even now it's pretty barebones when compared to the old flash version.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)02:16:55 No.3457110

  this it, it's done

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)02:19:27 No.3457111

  >>3457045
  What even is the game? How could you spend 5 years on a single flash game, man?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)02:23:17 No.3457112

  >>3457111
  How could I let myself lose my spot in Imouto clicker?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)02:27:41 No.3457114

  >>3457112
  I totally forgot about the clicker genre.

  https://www.clickerheroes.com/play.html
  Good Lord.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)02:49:05 No.3457116

  GigaChad.jpg Why yes, I am not going to go through all the hassle of installing whatever it is I
  need to install to get /f/ to work, how could you tell?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)04:16:07 No.3457120

  postin in a sticky

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)04:18:41 No.3457121

  >>3457006
  run with compatibility mode on windows 7 or older

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)04:24:16 No.3457122

  If you're getting a white screen after >>3456893, make sure to whitelist i.4cdn.org from your
  adblocker, I have to open them in a seperate tab but it works now at least.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)04:41:12 No.3457125

  ;_;7

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)04:45:43 No.3457126

  >>3457102
  just paste the url in when it asks you what location to open the flash from

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)05:11:48 No.3457128

  Thank you /f/. I don't post but I enjoyed occasionally coming here

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)05:43:27 No.3457129

  Do you guys think that the amount of posters and visitors will decrease? Pretty sure some of us
  won't go through all this hassle just to occasionally thank the doctor.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)05:53:13 No.3457130

  >>3457032
  >>3457041
  Yup, it won't execute it, at least now when I go to chrome://components it says flash 371, and I
  don't get EOL redirections anymore.
  But yeah it doesn't execute and leaves me on "flash is obsolete".

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)05:55:05 No.3457131

  Anyone have the 32-bit version of the activex installer? That big archive posted earlier only
  provides the 64-bit versions.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)06:09:30 No.3457132

  imagine mourning the loss of something you still have

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)06:28:12 No.3457136

  >>3457131
  Er, other way around, sorry.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)06:58:07 No.3457139

  >>3457132
  It's a symbolic loss. Just another facet of the old internet that the new internet is telling
  "Fuck off we're full".

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)09:14:25 No.3457144

  ! ATTENTION RETARDS !

  Just read this
  https://www.howtogeek.com/438141/how-to-play-adobe-flash-swf-files-outside-your-web-browser/
  and dl the PLUG AND PLAY OFFICIAL OFFLINE SWF PLAYER WITH NO KILLSWITCH.
  Of course it wont be updated, so you might want to run it sandboxed/without internet connection.
  I hope it actually doesn't have the killswitch included as the article says. I get I get the
  killswitch screen when I try to run shit in browser (using the system-wide installed flash) but
  running swf files directly through what I linked above works fine. So it might actually be
  killswitch-free. I also think this is a much cleaner solution than trying to hack some outdated
  shit into your browser. There is no value in playing flash inside the browser anyway, better to
  just dl the file.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)09:25:34 No.3457146

  I just want an offline player with a playlist like Media Player Classic. Or a image viewer that
  supports it.
  Maybe some less popular ones still do?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)09:45:11 No.3457147

  RIP Flash, was one hell of an era to live through.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)10:21:16 No.3457149

  >>3456937
  I'm on xubuntu. I don't have an /adobe/ folder under /etc/. I only have a /.adobe/ and a
  /.macromedia/ folder in my home directory, but neither have a mms.cfg file (and putting one in
  doesn't do anything).

  When I try to open a flash in firefox, I get this screen.
  https://files.catbox.moe/9f0349.png

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)10:23:32 No.3457150

  >>3457149
  Create the required folder and then create a tex file with everything listed and then relabel it
  as mms.cfg.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)10:33:06 No.3457151

  >>3457150
  I did. Nothing changed.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)10:34:41 No.3457152

  >>3457149
  I'm a ubuntu user, I'll look into it for you in a bit, shouldn't be too difficult.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)10:35:14 No.3457153

  >>3457152
  Thank you very much, anon!

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)10:57:14 No.3457154

  >>3457151
  Only other suggestion is rewind your computer's clock to be before Jan 12th, delete all your
  flash apps and download the version the version without the time bomb.
  Also your browser might have dropped support.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:06:43 No.3457155

  >>3456893
  pale moon + this post simply works, no additional steps required for windows

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:09:23 No.3457156

  >>3457154
  The thing is it already stopped working before 12.01.21.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:09:44 No.3457157

  >>3457126
  you're still downloading the file to a temporary location and then it plays offline in the
  standalone player. it doesn't stream the flash to the player (you don't see loading screens and
  such).

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:17:50 No.3457159

  >>3457156
  It's something else then if that's the case.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:29:07 No.3457161

  Wow, is this retarded. And here I thought I could still play flash if I didn't update my browser.
  Fuck adobe, they didn't have to be dickheads but they did.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:43:05 No.3457163

  >>3457126
  >>3457157
  Actually I stand corrected, if I start the standalone flash projector and go to File > Open it
  doesn't show the regular "browse" dialogue but I have the option to paste a URL and it does
  stream the flash from that URL, showing loading screens.

  It still downloads the swf file to disk and will use the downloaded file later for the same URL
  instead of re-downloading the swf file.

  It doesn't download the streamed flashes to %temp% but rather stores them in folders located at:
  C:\Users\<AccountName>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\
  The folders are hidden unless explorer is set to not "hide protected operating system files".

  It even supports resuming downloads, if I aborted a flash download at 50% loaded it resumed at
  50% if I tried streaming the same URL again. I wonder if those files are kept forever if I never
  start Internet Explorer and empty the cache. Opening IE and deleting all browsing history did get
  rid of the downloaded files and forced the flash projector to re-download files.

  I also saw some files in the cache that seems to come from WinRAR, if other programs depends on
  the IE cache like this I guess that explains why IE is always available on Windows 10 instead of
  Edge. I've been wondering about that.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)11:46:38 No.3457165

  I did literally nothing and flash still works fine for me in pale moon
  It's possible that I haven't updated flashplayer since before the killswitch was added.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)12:21:53 No.3457166

  This thread still alive?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)12:22:36 No.3457167

  >>3457144
  Definitely recommend this as it's how I've been doing it for the past year or two and it works
  great. Just set Firefox to open SWFs with the player and you're good to go.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)12:28:46 No.3457168

  >>3456893
  Great, works on ungoogled chromium.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)12:45:41 No.3457173

  >>3457166
  it's stickied

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)12:46:32 No.3457174

  Just saying. Gnash used to work sorta fine on debian except for a couple files and can be
  installed with apt. I dont know or have tested if it has been affected by the kill switch.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)12:47:47 No.3457175

  FUCK YOU ADOBE
  ALL I WANTED WAS TO BE LEFT ALONE WITH MY SWF COLLECTION
  I AM SO ANGRY AND

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)13:05:50 No.3457179

  >>3456993
  Thanks friend. I was trying to do the same thing, but I was assuming the date would have been
  encoded as a normal unsigned integer and not a double.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)15:19:10 No.3457188

  >>3457179
  haha same, never expected it to be a double since it is just an epoch timestamp

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)15:31:46 No.3457189

  >>3456938
  I only have flash.ocx like the other anon said, and that hex string wasn't in my pepflashplayer
  files.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)15:45:39 No.3457190

  >>3457093
  Probably a fuckton of Japanese websites. Japanese for some reason tend to stick to old
  technology, just like they stuck to still using fax machines.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)15:48:23 No.3457191

  >>3457107
  There isn't a 'ruffle extension', it's supposed to run natively. You just installed malware, lmao.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)15:49:25 No.3457192

  >>3457165
  I'm using firefox 52 and mypal on windows 2000 and using flash player 32.0.0.330 and it works
  fine still not sure how

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)15:55:20 No.3457194

  Here's a text file containing URLs and hashes of all the relevant flash downloads for each
  platform (version 32.0.0.465): http://0x0.st/-zWU.txt

  I've taken the liberty to generate patches for each of the Linux plugins according to the
  instructions in >>3456938:
  http://0x0.st/-zW0.gz
  Extract the tarball, cd into the directory that contains libflashplayer.so and patch with:
  patch -p1 -i path_to_patch_file

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)17:17:01 No.3457196

  Hey anons, I haven't been on /f/ since probably 2017 and really I've barely ever lurked since
  2008 or 2010...I was busy with college, life and other boards, and so on.
  I don't even know how to make things with Flash to this day, but I always liked seeing what anons
  have made.
  I downloaded Flashpoint because someone on /g/ happened to mention it while official Flash
  support was finally being rugpulled, and I'm guessing I can play most/all of the stuff on /f/
  since it can handle so many different common types.

  So, any way you could spoonfeed me just this once and give me all of the archives of /f/ stuff,
  or just general flash archives to look through? I remember there was at least one that got linked
  to a lot all over 4chan but I can't remember the address at all, it's just been too many years.
  I'm sure swfs eventually disappear off 4chan just like any other board, just slower, and I don't
  trust web archives to remain in place in the current social climate and web centralization, so I
  want to take some time now to look through archives and get anything that seems cool or
  important. I know a lot of it is just porn, and that's fine I want to gather that too, but as
  shitty as Flash may have been in many ways, it's going to be like my generation's BBS. I want to
  be able to show my kids old Flash stuff I used to watch and play, if I ever have any, and
  obviously Flashpoint can't archive everything themselves.
  Please help me out, thanks anons.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)17:20:06 No.3457198

  >>3457196

  swfchan.net

  Absolutely everything is here, but if you want mass dl something check this thread

  >>>/t/984953

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)17:26:15 No.3457199

  >>3457198
  Amazing, thanks anon! That's the one I was thinking of.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)17:37:55 No.3457203

  >>3456989
  There already is but its web sided, so /f/ would need to update

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)18:12:18 No.3457204

  >>3457196
  as >>3457198 mentioned you'll find everything ever on swfchan but it's not as easily accessible
  as a dump of flash files on your disk and unfortunately swfchan has no dumps available
  the internet archive has several rips of some (old) flash sites, for example dagobah (which you
  can download for a solid 38GB of flashes, that's like 14K flashes)
  dagobah's archive has a lot of /f/ stuff, I've really been enjoying going through it whenever I
  feel like reliving the old internet

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)18:40:23 No.3457206

  GO TO THE BATHROOM YOUR SHITTING YOURSELF!!

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)18:48:41 No.3457207

  >>3457206
  NOT YET

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)18:57:28 No.3457208

  >>3456998
  I'm so glad I just didn't "accept shity new firefox because I have no other choice" and realized
  I can install 10 browsers at my discretion, installed palemoon and it is EVERYTHING I want
  personally for a browser, that is firefox just without everything that made it shitty
  comes with old plugin support for NPAPI and extensions
  man, such a great thing that people like those devs exist on this world
  THANKS OBAMA

  >>3457005
  the filenames are just all 3 variations of flash (activeX.ocx, NP SWF=firefox plugin.dll and
  pepperflash=chrome.dll)
  the numbers just reference the version of the player installed
  so you can have 1-3 of them in 1-2 folders with whatever number you updated them last

  >>3457006
  that's what you get for using win10
  AND Internet Explorer, makes it 10x harder to do the shit you want

  >>3457007
  looks like you have multiple versions of flash installed with varying version numbers

  >>3457014
  it literally is really just one text file to put somewhere to make flash work again, but as you
  might think this will prove too bothersome for 99% of internet users

  >>3457015
  there's also a nice shellextension to add these commands to the context menu

  >>3457024
  depends on what you "did"
  if you made the mms.cfg you need to add the domain to its list

  >>3457025
  I'd say yes, I use it too. But it doesn't have to be Palemoon. Basilisk is from the same creators
  and is basically the same with only with modern firefox looks. Waterfox would probably work just
  as well.

  >>3457023
  Maybe you use 64bit browser and only have 32bit plugin?

  >>3457027
  Really? Didn't it just use the pepper flash PPAPI installed?
  The problem is rather chrome not letting you use any plugins whatsoever.

  >>3457031
  gibbe monies plox

  >>3457037
  Using current palemoon. Firefox plugin still working.

  >>3457049
  No BECAUSE FLASH EEEEVIL
  BUY APP STORE GAME INSTEAD GOYY
  WE ADOBE NOW

  >>3457065
  HAH good luck
  just do the hex edit instead nigger

  >>3457071
  why? projector isn'T retired, just flash inbrowser

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)18:59:26 No.3457210

  keyed thread, RIP flash

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)19:28:35 No.3457215

  >>3457139
  Maybe we need a newer new Internet that is more like the old Internet.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)19:42:42 No.3457217

  >>3457208
  Do you want my 5yo account?

>> [_] vipper 01/13/21(Wed)19:56:16 No.3457218

  huh, my shit still works. Tight. thanks firefox and not updating

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)20:12:03 No.3457220

  >>3457031
  >>3457217
  Sure, here's my email:
  uRDq1o7ho4cS@cock.li

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)20:39:13 No.3457223

  Well, mine still works. Guess it must have been a while since I last updated, and waterfox is
  what mozillain't.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)20:41:40 No.3457224

  >>3457196
  >I want to be able to show my kids old Flash stuff I used to watch and play
  "And this Billy is Zone's parody of Toph Beifong. That's right, she isn't much older than you.
  But she's blind, you know. The third option is my favorite where she licks around the tip."

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)20:44:33 No.3457225

  i dont understand why it fucking matters that its "not getting supported" like u can still
  fucking use it

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)20:53:29 No.3457228

  >>3457225
  what we're most upset over is Adobe bricking the final version of the flash plugin, not that they
  are ending support.
  it would also be extremely nice if browsers wouldn't take away NPAPI support for those very few
  of us that still want it.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)21:58:37 No.3457234

  200 reply get

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)22:04:04 No.3457236

  >>3457234
  i saved it just for you anon

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)22:23:31 No.3457237

  >>3456938

  thus worked in my computer.

  aparently the syswow64 , flash.ocx is the one the infraview uses. on flash.dll

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)22:38:10 No.3457238

  I keep getting prompted to update Flash Player on my computer but I keep saying no, if I update
  it will I not be able to play .swf files on desktop?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)22:45:12 No.3457239

  >>3457238
  It should be possible to turn the update checker off. It's probably in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microso
  ft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. Might be possible to disable it via the scheduler too.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)22:49:18 No.3457240

  >palememe
  >no updates
  It just works. Suck it, Adobe.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/13/21(Wed)23:31:47 No.3457242

  >>3456937
  >>3456939
  Editing the mms.cfg files in the two windows directories and reinstalling this old version of
  flash worked for me. Firefox ESR if that makes a difference.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)01:05:59 No.3457248

  Guys am i autistic?
  Flash works just fine for me, how can that be?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)01:09:40 No.3457249

  >>3457237
  I finally checked out IrfanView's flash player now and was not impressed: Opens the swf in a new
  window in addition to the main window and doesn't have a timeline.
  Can confirm that it uses the 32bit flash plugin, IrfanView's Flash.dll is still 32bit even when
  using 64bit IrfanView. They haven't updated Flash.dll since May 2009...
  Btw everything in "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\" is 32bit and everything in "C:\Windows\System32\" is
  64bit, Microsoft could have done a better job at naming these folders.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)02:05:42 No.3457252

  Is there a catalog for all the porn flashes games or animation only? Kind of don't want all those
  porn games of my childhood lost to time because fags don't deem them not worthy .

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)02:24:47 No.3457253

  Dear lord I never thought I'd see a sticky in /f/.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)02:41:49 No.3457254

  >>3457253
  how new

>> [_] ta-kun 01/14/21(Thu)03:11:29 No.3457255

  >>3456854
  Do you guys mind if I post some of the things the nice anons and I posted in the how to use the
  flash board post here?
  I was thinking of making a pasta or a wiki entry too, something that would be easy to find and
  share so people can keep enjoying flash.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)03:18:11 No.3457258

  >>3457255
  can't imagine why anyone would have a problem with that. if anything maybe see if you can shorten
  the text before you post it and remove unnecessary empty lines.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)04:10:31 No.3457260

  Just saw this on https://ninjakiwi.com/
  >Ninja Kiwi flash games will stop working on January 11th 2021. For more information please see
  our Flash End of Life article
  >As of the 13th of December 2020, you will be unable to purchase any additional NK coins. For any
  issues with this please contact our support team at support@ninjakiwi.com
  >UPDATE: We've been experimenting with a plugin called SuperNova (which you will be prompted to
  install upon attempting to load a game) and this has enabled some games to load, but the loading
  of progress is currently not available. We continue to look into additional avenues to keep the
  games running.
  Another classic flash-based site destroyed. Guessing a lot of games are AS3, unsupported by
  Ruffle. Wonder if that "SuperNova" plugin is any good?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)04:13:33 No.3457262

  So, is this board going to be functionally dead now? If so, it has been a good run lads

>> [_] ta-kun 01/14/21(Thu)04:20:25 No.3457263

  >>3457258
  Will do. I'm gonna try and make a proper pasta or short collection of everything somebody needs
  to know.
  I might even post it on wikihow in the end.

>> [_] ta-kun 01/14/21(Thu)04:24:07 No.3457266

  >>3457262
  You should use those eyes you were blessed with to read , friend.

>> [_] ta-kun 01/14/21(Thu)04:28:00 No.3457268

  Reminder: until you find your right fix, nothing is stopping you from downloading the flash,
  playing it, and interacting with the thread.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)04:46:29 No.3457269

  >>3457260
  >Wonder if that "SuperNova" plugin is any good?
  It seems to currently be Chrome-only, with Mozilla support comming soon https://www.getsupern
  ova.com/extension/
  Also I found a discussion about it on kongregate https://www.kongregate.com/forums/7-techni
  cal-support/topics/1873379-supernova-player

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)08:03:01 No.3457278

  Posting inna sticky.

  >>3457248
  Maybe you didn't update your plugin?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)08:58:32 No.3457286

  Is there a way to get rid of the "This plugin is vulnerable" screen?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)09:01:16 No.3457287

  >>3457286
  see >>3456937

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)09:49:31 No.3457300

  >>3457287
  I didn't mean the killswitch, anyway turns out it's some Firefox bullshit that I can't really
  disable without going back several versions. BIG SURPRISE.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)10:05:06 No.3457303

  >>3457300
  Get Basilisk. It's an maintained fork of Firefox with plugin support.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)11:17:05 No.3457306

  >>3457144
  works like a charm so far
  many thanks /f/ren

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)11:43:46 No.3457311

  lol safari 13.0.5 and flash 32.0.0.371

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)12:03:08 No.3457312

  >>3456893
  > Unpack ruffle plugin
  > It's still 0.1
  > Throws error with most content on here
  > Choice of unfinished Ruffle or unsecure old Adobe.
  Why are we here Boss, just to suffer?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)12:45:01 No.3457316

  the guys on the flashpoint discord are saying that the standalone flash player also contains a
  remote lockout feature, and they've provided patches for this.
  however, i haven't been able to find out what servers the standalone player connects to at all,
  since wireshark shows nothing (allegedly you have to delete your settings.sol file from
  "%APPDATA%\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys\", and then launch it)

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)12:46:52 No.3457317

  I have ruffle running on my website, it can run about 50% of the flashes I have and of those 50%
  probably only another 50% run flawlessly.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)12:52:09 No.3457320

  Did you /f/riends know that if a flash is just a converted video, you can resave the swf as
  whatever video type it was before and simply run it as a video? So if someone made a flash that's
  just say 10 naked men marching down the street you could resave that swf as an mp4 and watch the
  video.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)13:01:55 No.3457322

  wait but why would they get rid of something when in the months before getting rid of it all they
  got was backlash?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)13:28:30 No.3457327

  >>3456993
  Thank you my new personal Jesus.
  I built a site on my local network with about 14000 scraped flash that i though i would never see
  again.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)13:34:32 No.3457330

  first time in years since I've visited /f/. Weird to think there will be kids who never know the
  joy of playing flash games on the school computer.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)13:50:42 No.3457332

  you can use the flash content debugger as a offline flash player and just open the flashes using
  that or pipe in the link https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/debug_downloads.html

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)14:06:09 No.3457333

  >>3457210
  Forced meme, go fuck yourself.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)15:22:32 No.3457339

  >>3456893
  I tried Flash v24, and it didn't work. The killswitch seems to be enabled somewhere outside of
  Flash.

  Also, anyone know how tf to get Ruffle to work with /f/? I can't seem to get it to load anything
  here, and Edge keeps blocking any attempts to load swf's without embedding even though I have
  ruffle installed. Shit's ridiculous, you feel me?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)15:25:49 No.3457340

  >>3457320
  That is not the point /_\
  >vector graphics
  >Cory in the house

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)15:46:15 No.3457344

  >>3457339
  Same anon,
  Scratch what I said previously; I tested a Flash file on my own site, and it seems to run without
  an issue with ruffle, so why tf is /f/ not working? Im confus.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)16:03:30 No.3457345

  >>3457018
  could you explain the exact things you did and what browser you're using?

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)16:20:35 No.3457346

  >All those Anons helping us anons that are less knowledgeable when it comes to software
  >it seems like things are working, or will work out in the end
  >ruffle is currently meh but might eventually work
  >we can just shit on Adobe in the meantime with the different options we have in the meantime

  I am currently playing No More Medicine v2.swf som the debugged sa version while postan in da
  sticky.
  The snow is falling gently outside
  Good night /f/riends.

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)17:11:35 No.3457353

  >>3456854
  It's ogre

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)17:28:42 No.3457359

  >>3457093
  the newyork times,
  no really, they use it for complicated graphs n shit
  you may think flash is just for porn games, but in reality there was a lot of "flashing" going on
  behind MANY of the most popular websites and not all of them had the time and resources to
  completely write every blackbox shit from scratch
  flash was just that unique and powerful

  >>3457096
  it's really quite simple why they just went away with flash
  it was never about security or whatnot
  they just don't want anyone to have it and be able to use it
  with the recent development it looks like they backed the fuck down a little, not COMPLETELY
  destroying companies with no alternative (at leas until ruffle is a thing)
  but specifically google just wanted the web, everything even Adobe's little stranglehold over it,
  for themselves
  >video? we have html5, go to youtube
  >games? buy em from the appstore
  >hahaha, what do you mean you want to build a website by yourself
  there was and probably never will be anything like flash, it's truly a one of a kind
  if anyone was so worried about the security they would just have coded an actual working sandbox
  and that's it
  javascript, by comparison, isn't ANY more secure, and having html as the only possible single
  filetype for html5 game makes it impossible to allow to just upload and share on the internet
  (it's like allowing people to upload websites)
  not even NodeJS can be a substitution for interactivity and games
  not to forget about the whole vector graphics and easy code learning angle
  google wanted to kill flash
  obviously they won't just give it to the people via opensource
  after the huge security controversy campain shortly before 2017 I think, Adobe was the only
  company left who could dictate to the html5 consortium (aka google) that browsers are to remain
  support for flash plugin
  it was the ONLY plugin left for many years now
  but not any longer
  a suitcase full of money and a gun to someone's head can go a long way

  >>3457097
  a collection of flash games

>> [_] Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)18:04:30 No.3457363

  >>3457359
  >no really, they use it for complicated graphs n shit
  fucking lmao

  There's no excuse for that in 2020. Hell, there was no excuse for that in 2015 and the road ahead
  was clear years before that. Gotta be one dumbfucked company to use flash for charts (or anything
  for that matter) on a news website.



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