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I use Chrome sometimes to play flash games, but I notice that Chrome no longer stores the .sol files in the same location Firefox does (if Chrome is even storing them at all). Where/how does Chrome handle the .sol files? I want to know so I can back up my local flash gaming saves when I play in Chrome.
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A few months ago a Chrome update caused Chrome to stop saving .sol files at all. Try updating your Chrome if the link doesn't do anything.
So if I'm in Chrome there is no .sol file at all?
That seems like what happened. I the link took me to a site with a bunch of removed photobucket pictures and a navigation to the .sol files (or where they usually are). Was that the proper site?
How does Chrome remember my data?
I think it stores it in the cache if I'm not mistaken. Don't hold my word on that one, not a chrome user.
Chrome uses a different storage folder...
(Just replace UserName by ur Username)
C:\\Users\\UserName\\AppData\\Local\\Google\\Chrome\\User Data\\Default\\Pepper Data\\Shockwave Flash\\WritableRoot\\#SharedObjects
Again.. For unknown reasons, Two Slashes displayed -.- use only 1
Lol, I didn't think this would get answered, but that is the location for .sol files in chrome. Nice, thanks : ] .
i'v got this problem for some reason i don't have an appdata folder
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