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Browser Compatibility Anonymous 17/10/08(Sun)20:54 No. 21672 ID: 21ec9a

File Border_of_Extacy_uncut_-_FIXED.swf - (7.78MB , Border of Extacy uncut - FIXED.swf )

So what browser do you guys use to play swf files?

Chrome no longer plays swf files and tries to download them instead.

Anonymous 17/10/09(Mon)04:05 No. 21673 ID: ae9732

I had the exact same problem using Firefox. Turns out an update for Firefox (version 55 and later) disabled all flash from running unless it's retrieved from HTTP or HTTPS.

The solution for Firefox is to go into about:config and change plugins.http_https_only to false.

I imagine there is a similar fix for Chrome, but I haven't looked for it myself. Good luck.

Anonymous 17/10/12(Thu)17:39 No. 21682 ID: 6bcbc5

You have to allow sites to run flash

Anonymous 17/10/12(Thu)19:23 No. 21683 ID: 90c7bf

If you want to play Flash outside a browser you could try downloading the standalone Flash executable. Its updated at the same time the rest of Flash is, but finding it is sometimes a pain... just look for an executable on their FTP whose name ends in "sa" and that should be it.

Anonymous 17/10/12(Thu)22:30 No. 21684 ID: 8d6998

what the fuck is this and why havent i seen it before

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