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Anonymous 17/07/27(Thu)12:19 No. 21500 ID: 1175cb
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So I noticed /f/, newgrounds, and swfchan are all having discussions about what they intend to do about the death of flash.

Do we care about having our own?
(flash unrelated)


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Anonymous 17/08/15(Tue)12:41 No. 21552 ID: 41dc9b

won't there always be .swf files?

unless they intend to go backward and remove all support for .swf files.


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Anonymous 18/11/29(Thu)14:25 No. 21992 ID: e236af

There will always be external flash players, so I'm not too concerned. But if web browsers start not supporting it anymore, it should deal a big blow to the extension.


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Anonymous 18/11/29(Thu)16:21 No. 21993 ID: 9d576e

death of flash support is ≠ death of flash.

ActionScript 1 support ended a LONG time ago, yet many users still use/prefer it.

flash creation will continue. projectors will continue to work long after 'support' has ended.

if you are in a panic, maybe you need to be.


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Anonymous 19/11/12(Tue)05:56 No. 22181 ID: 39f685

>>21993
you probably meant to say ActionScript 2, i've not seen anyone use only AS1 in the last 10 years. the situations are not comparable either, AS1 is baked into the AS2 interpreter so support for it was never ended. you could keep using AS1/AS2 inside flash and nobody would even notice.

meanwhile companies deciding for us that we shouldn't be able to enjoy flash online is a vastly different beast. personally i will be switching to a browser that allows me to keep playing swf files online if i want to. i'm not about to allow anybody to force me to change my internet after 20 years.


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Anonymous 19/11/12(Tue)06:15 No. 22182 ID: ec9adb

>>22181
yes, actionscript 2 is what i meant.

if you want to swap browsers, check out Pale Moon. it feels like old school Firefox(pre V30+)
you know before it became a chrome wannabe POS.

btw almost a year since i posted that. heh


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Anonymous 19/11/17(Sun)09:20 No. 22185 ID: 39f685

>>22182
impressive that you noticed my reply so quickly!


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Anonymous 19/11/21(Thu)03:41 No. 22187 ID: ec9adb

>>22185
as slow as /fl/ is, i still visit frequently.


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Anonymous 20/04/20(Mon)19:53 No. 25103 ID: ac208a
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>>21993
>>22181
Oh man, actionscript2 is how I learned Flash. My animations were about as crappy as any 2000's era flash junk. Maybe worse. Yeah, probarbly worse.

When I later started a formal education in animation/design I had to learn AS3, which was relatively new at the time and I was completely unfamiliar with it but I was ensured it was the future of Flash. I still kept on using AS2 for personal projects.

Oh how trivial it all seems now.



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