JANUARY 7, 2021
Hello, many of you seem to think that when the support for Flash ended in 2021, you won't be able to run any Flash content
and that all Flash contect will magically disappear after that day. Nothing could be further from the truth. You can still use
Flash and will be able to for a very long time (i.e. over 20 years). How to do it, you may ask? Well, it's extremely simple. Flash
contect isn't going to magically get deleted, the reason it will stop working for most people is that most mainstream Web browser
will drop support for it, so the solution is very easy:
UPDATE: I found out that many newer versions of Flash have a "kill-switch" which automatically disables it after Jan 12, 2021.
- Do not update your Web browser,
if you already have, downgrade to an older version (e.g. Firefox 52.9.0 ESR).
- Problem solved.
There are two solutions to that, however. The first one involves setting your system's clock to a date before 2021-1-12, the second,
and in my opinion better one involves installing an older version of Flash that doesn't have the kill-switch feature.
Versions 32 and earlier were confirmed to work, you can download them here.
I'm also planning to make a video about this...
I hope I helped you solve your problem, if you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me at TEMP1@MCL.CAL24.PL