how is this site gonna continue when adobe flash is being shut down in 2020?

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how is this site gonna continue when adobe flash is being shut down in 2020?

Post #1 by CrystalMusic » Thu Aug 08, 2019 9:36 pm

im serious about this. id lke to know what the sites creator/owner is gonna do to continue this site and its functions when adobe flash shuts down next year

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Post #2 by Genexwrecker » Thu Aug 08, 2019 11:02 pm

I like how people assume there isn’t a plan
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Post #4 by Runzy » Fri Aug 09, 2019 8:47 am

As in a plan to not run on flash. Maybe just be patient and be told when the time comes?
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Post #5 by xDEADCENTREx » Mon Aug 12, 2019 7:26 pm

Just chillax, if it dies it dies, if it doesn't it doesn't.

Either way people will make other options even if DB dies, just like people made DB due to DN's Legal Issues

Chill out Users and wait for when that time comes. Might get a better platform before that time, but after today, so better to just wait and see.

If the staff have a solution, they won't tell you, likely due to abuse concerns, or security concerns being top bets, but either way I wouldn't tell anyone until all the coding for the idea is solid, which let's face it is properly still a work in progress as far as users care, so just wait and see what happens when it comes closer. I'd say ask again in 6 months before the end of 2020 if it isn't disclosed by then, instead of asking now.

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Post #6 by ACTUALLY DNastyKuriboh » Tue Aug 27, 2019 6:31 pm

You cant blame people for being concerned. DB has been behind some curves before.... or maybe that was DN.

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Post #7 by Trinity » Wed Aug 28, 2019 5:40 pm

This is pretty concerning. We been through alot of shit just to be able to enjoy Yu-Gi-Oh!. I hope there is some way to work around this.

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Post #8 by xDEADCENTREx » Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:37 pm

Trinity wrote:This is pretty concerning. We been through alot of shit just to be able to enjoy Yu-Gi-Oh!. I hope there is some way to work around this.

Try READING and you will realize there is a plan already in the works, it's just the staff do not want to disclose because of potential issues, as they are likely in the process of moving the coding over, before they publicize the new method.

Instead of baiting for what the answer is, how about you wait to see what it is instead, k?


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