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How Can I Save Flash Game (swf.files) From A Website Into My C: Drive?

will it be possible to save flash game from a website into one system, just like the way image files, and some other files e.g pdf file, doc.file ppt.file e.t.c are being save or copy from a website

Really dying to know if it will be possible

If yes, please tell me the procedure to go doing it

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Or go and get - ehm - an offline explorer - it will download the entire website, and if the source files are linked together easily it enough to figure out - then voila - that is it!

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Get to your temporay Internet File

By Clicking on Tools------>Internet Options-------------->Settings----->View Files

Then Right Click and arrange files by type and search for the SWF File,

Copy and paste in a new folder.

Goodluck

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umm, the swf files are already on your computer if you viewed them on the website.

If you are too lazy to find them, you can always use a browser like firefox which allows you to see media content in a webpage and download the specific file you want.

In firefox, Tools->Page Info-> Media [tab]

before i used that firefox feature, i would just browse to the tmp folder where IE or whatever browser i was using stores its files and copy it. . . or you could search for its name if you didn't know where the folder is.

Whatever means you choose. . , this is a very simple task

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Absolutely no way. Except you find a way to access the server and find the files in certain directories, which of course I know you know is criminal.

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