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Oct 01, 2020 Oct 01, 2020

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Hola comunidad de adobe

Un dia jugando un juego de adobe flash player en internet de repente yo de casualidad borre mis datos del juego

perdiendo muchos objetos y mounstruos 

Y desde ahi no he podido recuperar esas preciosas pertenecias en adobe flash

QUisiera saber si hay algun metodo para recuperar esos datos

Thanks 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 06, 2020 Oct 06, 2020
No.  I mean, the game developer would have to implement that.  Flash Player is a language runtime.  It's not a video game engine or something.  We just run the code that the developer writes and do the low-level work of drawing pixels and making sounds, etc.    The game probably saves content in a Local Shared Object (LSO), which is Flash Player's equivalent to a cookie.  Whenever you clear your browser cache, or if those files otherwise get deleted/corrupted, that data goes away. The LSOs are s...

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Adobe Employee ,
Oct 02, 2020 Oct 02, 2020

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Unless you regularly back your computer up, no.

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Oct 02, 2020 Oct 02, 2020

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ok ni con codigos ni con programacion solo haciendo una copia de seguridad de la pc cuando jugaba ese juego de flash en internet

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Adobe Employee ,
Oct 06, 2020 Oct 06, 2020

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No.  I mean, the game developer would have to implement that.  Flash Player is a language runtime.  It's not a video game engine or something.  We just run the code that the developer writes and do the low-level work of drawing pixels and making sounds, etc. 

 

The game probably saves content in a Local Shared Object (LSO), which is Flash Player's equivalent to a cookie.  Whenever you clear your browser cache, or if those files otherwise get deleted/corrupted, that data goes away. The LSOs are stored in a specific folder, which you could theoretically make regular backups of. 

 

If you were building a game and wanted that data to be stored in a resilient way, you'd probably keep a copy on the users's computer so that it could access it quickly, but stash a backup on a server in case it ever went missing (or create some scheme that allows you to encode all the game data in a code, etc.). 

 

Anyway, if you want to get deep into it, the System Administrator's Guide has details on where that folder lives for various operating systems.  You'd want to make sure your backup software is making regular backups of it (and probably keeping multiple versions), and if you need to restore it, you'd need to know where to look for it.

 

https://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/flash_player_admin_guide.html

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ok gracias jeromie y gracias a la comunidad entonces no hay opcion tendria que voplver a recuperar lso y cookies de esa fecha se podria hacer pero esta my dificil muchas gracias

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