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Monthly Archives: November 2009

  • RT @lordalex: [RT] swfMontreal Live! December Edition. Come and join us December 3rd from 6:30PM to 9:30PM .http://swfmontreal.com/ #
  • @NikkiMK Why can't you add a watermark in Captivate? Say put in a transparent photoshop file with the logo? in reply to NikkiMK #
  • @trinefalbe Facebook says: Worried about privacy? Your photos are safe. It's in my "Settings." #
  • @NikkiMK @rjacquez Yes. You can save your Captivate files to either AS2 or AS3 compliant fla's. in reply to NikkiMK #
  • @rjacquez Whoops! Captivate 4 doesn't work with Flash Player 10.1. http://tinyurl.com/yjutoot #
  • @NikkiMK You can export your Captivate 4 projects to Flash CS4. in reply to NikkiMK #
  • @NikkiMK Can't you export from swf to quicktime from flash and then convert it to m4v? I don't work with Apple itunes much, sorry. in reply to NikkiMK #
  • RT @rjacquez: There are many users on Twitter and very helpful, too. RT @NikkiMK: any captivate users out there? – Yup, I'm one of them. #

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I had already posted this issue on my blog beforehand. Now that Windows 7 has been released, there is a growing demand to have a 64bit Flash player. (Actually, as I have scanned the web and in the Adobe bug database, it was requested since 2001 for 64bit Windows XP.) I suspect that there has been a big push for Flash player development across the mobile community and feature development for Flash 10.1.

The only suggestion that I can make is for our developer and user community who love flash to demand for a 64 bit Flash player on the bug database. (http://bugs.adobe.com) So sign up, and make your voices heard! Adobe does listen, its looks like a matter of priority and demand.

DJ

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