Since, flash support is ending one of my favorite tools to have on hand, www.pixlr.com/editor (Good old flash version), will likely shut down soon.
- I have tried to go to the media tab in Mozilla Firefox and download the .swf file, but it will not play in both Firefox (with plugins.http_https_only set to false) and Internet Explorer 11. I have also tried to render the file with Adobe Flash Projector/Player. All that renders is a blank screen
- Next, I tried downloading the Wayback machines' copy. I did this by following the instructions at https://superuser.com/questions/828907/how-to-download-a-website-from-the-archive-org-wayback-machine. I then installed Ruby from https://rubyinstaller.org/downloads/, and using the the recommended software from https://github.com/hartator/wayback-machine-downloader, download the files. Using both Firefox and Internet Explorer to try to get it to work, and executing index.html, the pages would not load correctly.
How would I go about having an offline copy of this useful tool? I like to be able to run it without the internet and free of charge. If I'm going about it correctly, do I need to change a setting, wait longer, or download the page from the Wayback Machine?