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Community Beginner ,
Jun 24, 2020 Jun 24, 2020

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Dear Flash Player community,

 

I created my first photographer website in 2000. I created the galleries in Lightroom and based on Flash.

These galleries are still available to a limited extent today. An example:

http://www.christeau.hu/fooldal/szabadteri/1/

The complete phasing out of Flash has been announced, do they provide a solution for converting previous galleries to HTML5?

I would have to rework thousands of photos, it's an unsolvable task, if there is no solution to it.

How can I convert an existing file structure base from Flash to HTML5.

They must have thought before announcing the termination to convert current FLASH based pages, as product support.

What is the solution and where can I find it and how does it work?


Thank you for your answer!

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Jun 24, 2020 Jun 24, 2020

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There is no conversion tool. That’s why the unprecedented 3 year warning was given, to allow redesign and remaking. 

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 25, 2020 Jun 25, 2020

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Thanks for the reply!

Thank you very much, "huge help" for 3 years, but it is also few to do my
whole website again.

This is a no-words decision, the complete elimination of FLASH, because at
the same time does not provide a solution.

If they cause damage to someone thereby, then a solution should be
developed.

The 3-year transition period is not a solution, but a joke.

This is addressed to Adobe, of course.

Thank you

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Jun 25, 2020 Jun 25, 2020

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I don't say this is a good situation, but it IS the situation. Converting is NOT an option. Renamaking is the only way. I don't know anything about Lightroom, can a later version export a gallery in a more modern format? 

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Jun 25, 2020 Jun 25, 2020

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And by the way, let's be sure you know who closed down Flash. It was Google, Microsoft, Apple and Firefox. When they said they would all block it, Adobe saw no point continuing.

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 26, 2020 Jun 26, 2020

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Dear Test_Screen_Name,


Thank you for your reply.

I found myself a not really good but a solution.

Unfortunately, I haven't got a good solution here and in another forum yet,
with which I don't have to work hundreds of hours unnecessarily, because
FLASH is taken out.

This situation is absurd and it is absurd that they do not provide a
solution.

Anything in this world can be done with impunity.

I understand that the situation was not created by Adobe.

With the new version of Lightroom I can do it, but there will be inhuman
work on thousands of images.

I’m still waiting for someone to have a simpler solution.


Thanks for your help!


Best regards,

porszaszk

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