Question about Macromedia Flash MX
If you can view it with internet explorer, then it was downloaded to your temporary internet explorer files (cache). You can find the directory where the temporary files are stored here: C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR-USERNAME\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files or On Internet Explorer 7.0 click on: tools->internet options: On Browsing History click on Settings and then View files. Search for the file in question and then copy it to your desktop or any other folder. Let me know if that solved your problem, Daniel
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
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