Old 02-6-2021, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default (Guide) How to get old flash player standalones.

I keep finding myself wanting to come back and play this game every now and then, only to find that air (while it runs smooth) doesn't take the same offset values that I used on FP9 or 10. So I'm making a guide for anyone that also prefers the older flash standalones over air.

1) Goto archive.org

2)Click on the search bar and it will expand, select "search archived web sites".

3)Go to this FFR forum post and copy the link for your desired flash player/version. https://www.flashflashrevolution.com...ght=standalone

4)Paste it in to the search bar, you should get a calendar marked with dates of when the link was archived. Pick the newest one and download old flash standalones .

Sorry if this is not allowed, I just wanted to help other people in similar situations!

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Old 02-6-2021, 07:34 PM   #2
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Default Re: (Guide) How to get old flash player standalones.

It's allowed/fine, just wondering why not change the offset values in R^3 if that's your issue with it? Options are there to adjust both global offset, and judge offset.
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Old 02-21-2021, 09:54 PM   #3
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Default Re: (Guide) How to get old flash player standalones.

I can't explain it. It just "feels" different. I prefer FP9 over air.
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