Help Center Lessons/learning material unavailability due to Flash withdrawal
On a recent topic "Require valid Help Center links. Edit: Possibly a Flash problem?"
I said, Nov 28, 2020, "This topic includes the fact that the video lessons need FLASH, which will soon be withdrawn
Are the above videos not available because of problems connected with FLASH?
If so, IT SEEMS A GREAT LOSS IF ALL MATERIAL USING FLASH WILL JUST BE DISCARDED"
FamilySearch Response Nov 30, 2020 said
"You are right about the Flash requirement--that is why they are no longer available. While we do not have plans to redo these exact lessons..."
The Internet Archive, Archive.org has a project to do with Flash
Although these articles are too technical for me to understand in detail, I wonder if it is possible for FamilySearch to upload to the Internet Archive its Lessons etc (which have been withdrawn due to Flash problems) therefore hopefully preserving them from oblivion, and with the possibility they will still be available for researchers to access again.
As I said in the other topic
IT SEEMS A GREAT LOSS IF ALL MATERIAL USING FLASH WILL JUST BE DISCARDED