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news
4.2.2018
New virtual server and system... fixing stuff

12.3.2017
BIOS update to server - this resolves many problems. :)

12.4.2016
Added thumbnails to the comment page.

12.4.2016
Welcome to NEW SERVER! If something is broken, please tell us. :)

11.3 - 24.3.2016
Big problems with 1) networking 2) server provider 3) server provider

2.1.2016
All 2015 calendar flashes

1.12.2015
Dagobah advent calendar 2015 + christmas theme. Sorry for the delay :)

9.7.2015
Once a day frontpage will check your flash version and pop-up if you have an old version active.

4.2.2015
Enabled SSL (TLS) encryption to login/register pages. If those are not working for you, you can just remove 's' from the url.

21.1.2015
12345 flashes

Dagobah Flash Gallery

New Year, New server and some restored flashes
New page for the feedback.

Things for the year 2018:
-New virtual server
-Restoring some (1391) missing flashes
-Keeping the site running even though flash technology is dying and I'm not getting anything from the ads on the page. So I'm paying myself to keep this running. :)
-New SSL
-Many things on the backend has changed... some parts of the page could/will be broken atm. but I'll fix them soon

Old comments since 2010 can be found:
https://dagobah.net/feedback.php
https://dagobah.net/fee dback.php?page=2
#1 - mRkukov - 02/04/2018 - 16:38
Restored some old flashes...
From 11840 flashes to 13231 flashes, that's +1391

Thanks for users iopi and Aldyhm for letting me know. :-D
#2 - mRkukov - 02/04/2018 - 20:48
Aw. I might as well ask something I've been thinking about. Are there going to be more advent calendars in the future or is the idea discontinued?
#3 - aujek - 02/27/2018 - 22:33
#3
If I have time to make one, then yes. Well see in 9 months if it's calendar or not. :-P
#4 - mRkukov - 03/01/2018 - 08:57
please ban swfs that are just youtube embeds
#5 - smart man - 06/23/2018 - 02:35
the rejected page doesn't work, just kicks me back to the main site
#6 - aujek - 11/22/2018 - 08:04
nvm it works
#7 - aujek - 11/23/2018 - 12:47
Hello, im looking for a old flash animation. It was about a men who looked for perfect girlfrend. At end he died alone. I remember it was styled as NES game. Someone have it?

Sry for my english ;)
#8 - DSML - 02/25/2019 - 22:01
Testing new spam filtering...
#9 - mRkukov - 03/07/2019 - 18:51
Hello, is there any way to download full collection, like in torrent or something?
#10 - ahmos - 05/26/2019 - 08:31
Looking for hestekor, the singing horses
#11 - André - 05/02/2020 - 03:38
hestekor is still under the same url as it's always been: https://dagobah.net/flash/hestekor.swf unless I'm mistaken or you're asking for something completely different
#12 - aujek - 05/09/2020 - 17:58
Just want to say I'm happy this place exists and that I discovered it this year, it's a very nostalgic trip down memory lane, being a child in the 2000s and doing a lot with flash games and animations. I hope that this place stays around for some time, and I thank you for hosting these important pieces of the internet's history.
#13 - PikaFan15 - 06/02/2020 - 08:56
mRkukov, are there any plans with Dagobah regarding the December 31st Flash player EOL? Since the IE, Chrome and Firefox will completely block Flash, I fear that virtually all of the traffic (except the few people who keep coming here regularly and will intentionally bypass the block) will permanently go away. Does this mean end of the Dagobah?
#14 - Ludolph - 07/17/2020 - 23:06
I share the concern about the EOL for Flash and the general forced removal from browsers. Is there a plan to get the flash parts of the site archived for download, or to convert or somehow otherwise make the flash entries playable? I'd hate to see those disappear.
#15 - Ery - 07/19/2020 - 07:13
:-[]
#16 - Jemar Yusuf - 10/06/2020 - 20:56
Well, it's December 2020. F's in the chat for Flash.
#17 - CB012 - 12/01/2020 - 23:18
Seems the admin has abandoned the site for at least two years now, though he/she still pays for the domain and server costs. Adobe will start blocking all Flash content beginning on 12 January next year. I said "blocking" because they won't and don't have the rights to remove any Flash content all around the net without their creator's permission. So the files are still there as long as site owners don't deliberately remove Flash content from their servers. Better start learning on how to extract swf files from websites and keep them in your local storage for offline use or joining a preservation project like BlueMaxima's FlashPoint if you care enough about part of your childhood that will soon go away.
#18 - AnonKnows - 12/12/2020 - 11:27
I wouldn't say they've abandoned it for two years, that's only how long it's been since they last updated it. They were still accepting uploads until October 22 this year. They also repaired the server when it went down on October 14 this year. They said that there was a major problem with the UPS system that they had to repair. This also makes me think that whoever the admin is uses their own server rather than hosting this site on a web server.
#19 - Quans - 12/14/2020 - 03:43
I really hope this site doesn't go away with the end of Flash. I've already been just opening SWF files with the standalone player for some time now without issue, and I hope other users won't have trouble doing it this way. This site is an amazing archive for so much amazing content, and with how rich Flash's history is, I'd be surprised if it died so easily with the removal of the browser plugin. Maybe that's wishful thinking, but people have managed to keep other things alive in amazing ways before.

Not trying to get into anything else since I've already stated my point, but it really is sad to see a platform like Flash be kicked to the curb with no viable replacement (loosely-connected HTML/JS/resource/etc. files are NOT a valid replacement for a single, compiled file that can be easily saved, preserved, and redistributed). Flash has brought so much joy to so many people (which I do not believe is in any way an overstatement) and is an important part of the Web's history. I hope projects like Ruffle will help keep it alive for us and for future generations.
#20 - Wallu - 12/19/2020 - 06:23
We are not dead, just absent :-)

I am one of the moderators we had, and probably the last active one. I am not the owner, that title goes to mRkukov.

I've been dealing with a lot of worsening issues leading to less and less time to do the moderating work. Pure loss of of interest and Flash support getting closer and closer to the axe are also to be blamed. It seemed pointless to keep moderating what felt like a dead site holding content made with a soon-to-be-dead technique. At some point the thumbnail generator stopped working. That was my excuse to stop coming here. I had talked with mRkukov about my situation before, I suppose that's why he hasn't asked me to come back.

Come January 15th, and I've been a Dagobah moderator for 11 years, and the earliest comment on my older account is from 2007. Surely I've visited here even before that. This site is a treasure chest full of memories from my childhood, and I want to at least archive it in one way or another.

I'll try to get in touch with mRkukov and ask him about the End of Eva... Uh, Flash and the future of the site. In the meantime, let us know what you think; would you still visit here even after the support for Flash ends? Would you still like to see new content added to the gallery?
#21 - LordJebe - 12/28/2020 - 07:24
#21 Thanks for the news and for all your work over these years, LordJebe. Dagobah is a nostalgic treasure trove of cool stuff I liked in my mid teenage years (I came around 2010 and registered an account in 2013) and I'll keep coming back as long as I can still download the swf files and browse the comments, just for the old times sake.

As for the new content, I think it does make sense to use Dagobah to preserve the swf content not yet archived here from complete oblivion. But I'm not sure how it could be achieved when most of the user base, moderators, and even mRkukov are absent and when there are issues with disappearance of the old content (for example, there definitely was a swf called perjantaiiii.swf of Ninja Turtles dancing to Darude Sandstorm - I think it was here even after the 2018 issue with missing flashes but now it's gone).

Anyway, it has been a hell of a ride with Dagobah in these past 10 years and I'm so glad I could be here. It's no overstatement to say that Dagobah had a big impact on my life - through Dagobah, I discovered Touhou Project and anime. And through these, I met a girl who is now my fiancée :-)
#22 - Ludolph - 12/29/2020 - 00:06
Hello everyone.

The last two and half years have been so busy and heavy for me personally that I have not had any time for the site - nor anything else really.

I don't know how Adobe will disable the flash plugins but I have understood that you are not able to use it anymore in any browser. My question is how this changes the "standalone flash players" that you can run on desktop. Are we still able to run these flash-files in desktop? Time will tell. I won't delete this site without a notice. Most likely I will create some kind of read-only version so I can keep it running "forever". I might also make a zip or something to DL everything at once... I don't really know what would be the best thing to do.

For adding more content I think there is no point of doing so. These files that are already here should be safe to run even after the EOL. These have been antivirus tested and should not contain any harmful code... but I cannot guarantee that. I think the best way is just to keep everything as they are.

For me this site is easily the longest project I have been working. It's over 16 years since the start. It's a long time. This site is older than youtube. :) I'm really happy that we have so many faithful users that have been coming back again and again.
I'll try to keep this site up as a piece of Internet history. Thank you for everyone that have been providing content for the site. I think it's quite unique site and it has really went through a lot.

This End Of Life for Flash player is something we cannot revert. It was nice technology back in days. Now we have to move forward.

I have had great moments making the site. I hope you have also had many great moments with these flashes. At least I have.

Thank you everyone!
#23 - mRkukov - 12/30/2020 - 13:41
It was a great time. Thank you for this site and for all the work through all these years. Happe new year and move forvard!
#24 - Alewred - 12/31/2020 - 01:32
Thank you all, especially admins, for all these years. This site is Internet history and a part of my childhood and I would highly appreciate it being available going forward. Cheers!
#25 - TROU - 01/02/2021 - 01:08
Please don't kill the site! I made this to make using the site easy going forward (it's a portable copy of Waterfox with integrated Flash):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/104q8Xy7XOT7j8MWbBPuVT L2zzWHbHsJB/view
#26 - Random - 01/03/2021 - 03:29
Great fun times on this site especially sometime around 2010. Thank you!
#27 - Name - 01/04/2021 - 08:31
@Admin, just like several other flash portals that I know, why don't you integrate Dagobah.net with Ruffle? It's a free and open-source flash emulator that's still in active development. Most animations here should work with it.
#28 - AnonKnows - 01/16/2021 - 04:24
You can easily edit mms.cfg used by your browser+plugin combination to include

AllowListUrlPattern=*://dagobah.biz
AllowListUrlPatte rn=*://dagobah.net
EOLUninstallDisable=1
SilentAutoUpdateEnable =0

It seems to get overwritten each time Flash settings window is opened, and that removes every whitelist entry but the last one (super reliable corporate engineering, Adobe!). You might want to revoke file access rights or have a proper copy to restore.
#29 - iopi - 01/22/2021 - 16:13
Oh, and to play old and unsupported Flash®™ files in something like old and unsupported MPC-HC®™, not just official standalone player, add

EnableInsecureAllowListLocalPathMatching=1
AllowListUrlPa ttern=file:*

That should be enough for self-contained flashes. It there are additional network requests, install a debug version of flash plugin and enable logging, then add other exceptions for that content.
#30 - iopi - 01/22/2021 - 16:54
Serious question, how much $ would it take for you to find a method such as ruffle to still let all the flash animations play?

I'm happy to contribute a good portion of $ to somehow restore all the animations that are now currently lost :/

#31 - David - 01/30/2021 - 14:35
Nothing is lost, stop reading stupid technically illiterate journalists.
#32 - iopi - 01/31/2021 - 13:44
Thanks AnonKnows for the Ruffle! I did not know such (a wonderfull) program existed.

I have integrated it into the page. I hope it works for most of you. Please inform if there is layout or other problems with the "flash" player pages.

So it's not the end of the Flash (content) at all! Please enjoy the page and almost all the old content. B-)
#33 - mRkukov - 02/02/2021 - 10:13
Glad to help ;-)
#34 - AnonKnows - 02/03/2021 - 07:27
very nice
#35 - aujek - 02/05/2021 - 09:01
Why I'm getting a white screen?
#36 - Goldluckboi - 02/08/2021 - 12:18
I ran some DB maintenance to make the site faster again.
#37 - mRkukov - 02/08/2021 - 12:18
Goldluckboi: most likely the flash you are trying to play does not work with Ruffle.

You can still use the "download" link to download the actual files and then run it with some other program.
#38 - mRkukov - 02/08/2021 - 12:19
Woo, it isn't gone.
So many memories about this site and Flash in general, it is/was such a great format as Wallu said, you could save it easily and play it without needing to worry about things. (Probably pretty good for creators as well.)
Maybe someday submissions will reopen but being able to keep what is already here is still great.
Thanks for all the good times and I hope you have many more.
#39 - Slith10 - 02/23/2021 - 02:55
Requesting account option to disable Ruffle and allow old SWF plugin to run, for those that can.
Ruffle is hit and miss. Also, it frequently locks up the page.
#40 - passer_by - 02/26/2021 - 08:17
Never know if I find time to install old plugins or someone else has time to make some kind of wrapper...
#41 - Vastustaja - 04/26/2021 - 20:09
Thanks for the memories! Have had many fun times with the content, especially on Assembly LAN conventions in my teens. Just realized I have an account with 1st comment on 2010 (couln't recall this lol I am old). Still got that collection of chosen downloaded .swf's for quick laughs and to look back on. Decision to keep the site online is very much appreciated. All the best to fellow users, the moderators and mRkukov!
#42 - amrojare - 09/09/2021 - 06:37
Thank you for everything. Good luck to you guys, forever.
#43 - Damankee - 09/18/2021 - 08:01
Seriously, Good luck to you, I register to say I hope for many more years of Dagobah so I can hopefully show my children what life was like on the early internet. Thank you for holding the flame so high, for so long. Flash aint dead!
#44 - Bibostin - 09/23/2021 - 00:05
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