|>>||Anonymous 20feb2018(tu)09:35 No.57199 OP |P1
|>>||Anonymous 20feb2018(tu)18:45 No.57203 A |P2R1
|please dont do this. swfchan isn't meant to have a million files that you need to download and manually combine to be able to play the whole thing offline. it would render the archive near impossible to browse.|
|>>||Anonymous 21feb2018(we)09:23 No.57221 OP |P3R2
I was attempting to crack it and would have posted the crack and then these versions anyway. This version doesn't even play offline anyway. The problem is that I don't have Flash so I'm stuck with editing the scripts in JPEX and for whatever reason it can't compile over goto statements, so it's literally impossible for me to crack this until JPEX can do goto statements.
Moreover, stuff like this already exists in the archive, see the last two in http://eye.swfchan.com/search/?q=qbert and that's not even mentioning preloaders. I would rather have disconnected files than a bunch of preloaders. They depend upon an external site to work (or work just fine without it and are just sitelocked). At least disconnected files in the archives are possible (if difficult) to cobble together to work offline.
A few years ago I was reading through homestuck and got to one of the flash videos (chapter/act 5 I think?) and it was a really good animation. It was a preloader however that loaded the bulk of the animation from 5 separate flash files hosted on newgrounds. I checked to see if swfchan had everything but it only contained the preloader. Imagine if, for some reason, ungrounded.net went offline. There's hardly any point in having the preloader. So I downloaded all of the animation chunks and uploaded them to swfchan, which is probably the only place that mirrors them. Who knows how many preloaders are on swfchan right now that point to dead servers? at least one very good animation is preserved. Looked back and found it's name http://eye.swfchan.com/search/?q=cascade will bring up everything.
At any rate it won't make the archive impossible to browse because
1. I preserved the names that the other flash points to.
2. collections exist and could be used to group interlinked flash files in one place, would only be useful if there's an excessive amount of files though.
3. like the homestuck animation parts, files could be posted/renamed in a format similar to blahpart1.swf, meaning that if you search up blah you'd get all of the parts as well