I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask but earlier in the year i heard Adobe announced that they would end support and updates for the flash formats by 2020. I know for a while now HTML5 and formats like WebM have been more or less the alternative for flash embedded videos. Places like YouTube are just offering semi backwards compatibility when it comes to embedding video which is now in HTML5. Fur Affinity still takes Flash animations from its creators but hearing about its end of life. Has there been any mention or talk about eventually replacing it with any of the more current formats through HTML5 or Webm (even if its with the same size limitations)? Or would that require a large upgrade to the software Fur Affinity runs on? I can still see support for existing flash as long as there are plugins or standalone ways to run/view them. Though even now there may not be any point to do so within the next decade.