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Save Flash-based website on Hard drive


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Nikul

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I want to save a flash-based web site on my hard drive. I can save the website using firefox but the flash files will not save and itll be stuck at the loading screen. I used another program to download only the flash files from my cache but they won't open properly. PLEASE! how can I pull this off.

Here is the website I want to do it on.

http://poetlaureateinfinity.com/
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im not sure but have you tried increasing your storage settings in adobe? right click on the page the link leads to an take a look at those settings see if thats what your trying to acdcomplish
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Nono. I am trying to make it so that I don't need to load all the content from the website everytime, because it takes too long. Is there anyway I can save the site to my hard drive?
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Instructions for Firefox: Go to and then go to File>Save Page As... and save it to your computer.
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Yeah, Ive done that. But the vocals/Music etc. doesn't load unless it loads it from the internet. I want everything on my harddrive.
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Looks like the whole thing is in a SWF format and that should be the only file downloaded. Hope you are keeping in mind the copyright of the site's content. The TOS prevents me from telling you how and where the file is located and how to download it to your HD unless you have copyright permission.

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The only reason I want the file is so I don't have to load it evrytime from the internet. Is there anyway you could tell me this. PM perhaps, if it is not allowed to be posted in public.
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