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Background

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.

Attempted Solutions

File Tree: File Structure of downloaded copy Page in IE: What happens when I try to run it in IE, after allowing Active X controls

Question:

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?

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I googled and found this. pixlr.findmysoft.com/ Apparently there is an offline version already.

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