View Full Version : how to save e-on Vue flash tutorials ?

03 March 2006, 01:08 AM

Does anybody know how to save e-on flash tutorials on my computer ?

The problem is I do not have internet on the computer I work with Vue...

I tried with FlashCapture, but I only got a little 5ko empty window file. So I asked FlashCapture support, they explained me that the flash does not package all the information inside the swf file. Instead of that, it will contact its web server dynamically to retrieve the tutorial content.

Thanks to help me.

03 March 2006, 01:31 AM
You can check and see if the files are in your temporary internet files folder. If they are, make sure you get both the html and swf files.

03 March 2006, 03:17 AM
That's how I got ALL of them from their site ;)
I just first did a Clean Out of my Temp Folder (so things would be easy to find)
and then I went to their site and let each Flash Tutorial fully load and play.
Then I just looked in my noce empty Temp Folders and found them all there.
You don't nessisairly even need the HTM files either, as I never bothered saving them.
And things play just fine without them.
But, you might as well get them, if you think you need to or something? :)


03 March 2006, 11:53 AM
Ok, thank you very much. :)

03 March 2006, 12:12 PM
That is very long to do... Could you please zip and send me the ones you saved ?

03 March 2006, 02:08 PM
I'll see if I can, as the sizes may end up being too large :)
I kinda figured you might ask for me to do something like that :)

I can't find mine anymore, as I may have tossed them once I was done learning from them.
But also, I realized that maybe it's better I don't try and zip these up and
send them, as that may come off the wrong way to e-on or others.
I would rather you just download each of them as explained. :)


03 March 2006, 05:09 PM
As I had to go for an hour, I just did launch them all at same time and went away.
I made a copy of my "Temporary Internet Files" folder. Looks like it worked. :)
Thanks again.

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