How to Save and Open Flash (.swf) files from WebPages

9 Responses

  1. Pratyush says:

    Awesome post man, I never new about the alternate method (the built in option in firefox) to save videos. Thanks for the tip 😀 .

  2. renokieon says:

    Wowzers! This is easily the best tip for doing the whole .swf thing. Thanks!

  3. DJ says:

    Wow, great information. Thank you!

  4. Anuska says:

    Yah it’s working ….. thanks

  5. Hey Thanks for Great Tutorial.

    I thought i would require any software to download swf files from Websites.
    But through firefox i can capture any swf within few clicks from any website!

    Again Thanks 🙂

  6. shaurya says:

    swf opener couldnt open the file . why ???

  7. reethu says:

    Hi, I started using SWF Opener to play flash games offline. I want to know, how can I save my game progress in swf opener, so that everytime I load the game, I don’t need to play from the beginning. This is because as I finish playing one day, the next day, I play the same game next day and to my surprise the game doesn’t give an option to continue from before.

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