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I just read Google will stop indeks Flash content. I know Adobe will stop support Flash until end of 2020 and in Chrome you need to give special permisson to run it, but how will this affect on many sites with Flash games? Do they have convert all games in HTML5 format or Google will read games description and still keep it high on search results? Description is just classic plaintext.
 

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First of all I don't know how they index flash media content because all these while i thought the algorithm can't do that. so this really comes as a surprise to me.
 

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so better switch to native and in-video ads for your sites as they will convert better and won't need the requirement to run flash meaningwhile serving the purpose at backend
 

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so better switch to native and in-video ads for your sites as they will convert better and won't need the requirement to run flash meaningwhile serving the purpose at backend
This advice is good for site monetization and ads network, but what about content made in Flash like Flash game? I only know for HTML5 or Java for replacement. Java is for animations and HTML5 for games.
 

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the only part that i'm interested in is that flash games will be no longer available , which is pretty sad , since those are a huge part from my childhood , i hope there will be another alternative
 

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there are alternatives, gamer should resort to html 5 games, actually there are lots of online tools that allow us to create html5 games. i have a games site and all of them are already published in html5, so im ready for this changes. in fact, apple stopped and killed flash their own product and resorted to mobile games.
I just read Google will stop indeks Flash content. I know Adobe will stop support Flash until end of 2020 and in Chrome you need to give special permisson to run it, but how will this affect on many sites with Flash games? Do they have convert all games in HTML5 format or Google will read games description and still keep it high on search results? Description is just classic plaintext.
 

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there are alternatives, gamer should resort to html 5 games, actually there are lots of online tools that allow us to create html5 games. i have a games site and all of them are already published in html5, so im ready for this changes. in fact, apple stopped and killed flash their own product and resorted to mobile games.
actually , even if you develop your own games, you'll never managed to make an exact copy of them , it would be better if those famous flash games ( like y8 ) make a backup of the games , so atleast we can play them through windows flash player ( schockwave )
 

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Code:
Step 1

Visit the website associated with the SOL file in your Web browser and perform a save to create an SOL file on your computer. For example, if you want to import save data for a Flash game, open the Flash game’s website and create a save file. Some Flash content may automatically save and create an SOL file for you. Close the website after creating the SOL file.
Step 2

Click “Start,” type “%AppData%” into the search box in the Start menu and press “Enter.”
Step 3

Double-click the “Macromedia” folder in the window that appears, double-click the “Flash Player” folder and double-click the “#SharedObjects” folder.
Step 4

Double-click the folder inside the #SharedObjects folder. This folder has a random name, but is the only file inside the #SharedObjects folder.
Step 5

Double-click the folder with the name of the website associated with the SOL file. For example, if you want to use the SOL file with a Flash program on example.com, double-click the “Example.com” folder. The folder may also have a different prefix, such as “games.example.com.”
Step 6

Locate the existing SOL file you want to replace. The SOL file may be just inside the website’s folder or located several folders deep. The Flash program’s developer selects the location and name of the SOL file.
Step 7

Drag and drop or copy and paste the new SOL file to the same folder as the existing SOL file and click “Yes” to replace it.

Navigate to the website with the Flash content you want to use the SOL file with. The Flash content loads the data from the new SOL file on your computer.
Tips

    You can also view the contents of an SOL file using an application such as FlashCookiesView or SOLReader. The .sol Editor application can edit their contents.
    If you have an SWF file and an SOL file that aren’t associated with a website, you can open the SWF file in your Web browser. The SWF file will load the data from the SOL file. You’ll need Flash installed to view the file.
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https://itstillworks.com/12390875/how-to-transfer-flash-game-saves
 

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