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Old 03-06-2005, 01:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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works for me. go to microsoft.com and look for them there.
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Old 03-06-2005, 10:26 PM   #12 (permalink)
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If you have Frontpage, here is what you can do. The page and video you want to keep, hit ctrl a, ctrl c, then paste it into Frontpage, then go to the codes and look for the file or address, copy and paste the link in your browser, save the file and its now yours. Almost any file. You might have to do some searching, but you will find it. Works great on Flash movies and intros.
thats cool. can you just view the source though?
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sure can. You can also use it for hacking, One time I copied a website to frontpage, it was a webservices site and you had to make a login and screename, etc and pay for it, well i found a login and password, used it, I had a free account. Had a paid service for free, had my own control panel, etc.
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erm...that kinda illegal dude, i wouldnt be talking about it on TF
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I have office 2003, but I dont think I have front pager, is there any other way to save video files?
it's on the cd. you have to install it manually from the rest of office.
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If you have Frontpage, here is what you can do. The page and video you want to keep, hit ctrl a, ctrl c, then paste it into Frontpage, then go to the codes and look for the file or address, copy and paste the link in your browser, save the file and its now yours. Almost any file. You might have to do some searching, but you will find it. Works great on Flash movies and intros.
I wish I knew this. I ask this question on the forum before

I want to save this
http://www.wimp.com/starwars/
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how the I get the swflash.cab file to play? Never mind I figured it out
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uhm have any of you heard of view source? just wander around in the webpages source code until you find a mpeg, or wmv extention. like...... http://www.lrcnet.com/funnies/everybodydance.wmv took 2 seconds to pull.
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uhm have any of you heard of view source?
yeah that was pointed out

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can you just view the source though?
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erm...that kinda illegal dude, i wouldnt be talking about it on TF
I know, that's why I didn't go into detail..
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