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Comment on Flash Resources by Taylor Smith Wed, 14 Sep 2011 21:23:13 +0000 This is a great flash resource list. Is there a way to recommend more sites to list on your resource page?

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Comment on Custom AS3 Events – Personal Notes by David Jumeau Tue, 03 May 2011 08:07:48 +0000 Thanks Simon. Thanks for the sharp eye. You rock!

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Comment on Custom AS3 Events – Personal Notes by Simon Thu, 20 Jan 2011 00:19:30 +0000 Hey David, you should not specify :void on your constructor. Also, if you only have only on event type on your class, you can just call super(SOMEEVENT).
You also have a typo in the argument list, there shouldn’t be a semicolon after the last argument. I would be surprised if this code compiles at all.

Comment on Custom AS3 Events – Personal Notes by David Jumeau Fri, 03 Dec 2010 22:27:41 +0000 Found a bug in the code in line number 27.

It requires a “new” key word.

Without it causes this error:

Incorrect number of arguments. Expected no more than 1.

Comment on Oh wow! 64 bit Flash Player on Adobe labs. by Ben Fhala/EverythingFla Wed, 06 Oct 2010 03:06:20 +0000 I’m so buzzed about this as well i can’t wait to test it out and see if things are better if they are this is for me the best news of the year 😛

Comment on CNet publishes 64 bit Flash Player news by Oh wow! 64 bit Flash Player on Adobe labs. | Davey's Flash Blog Wed, 15 Sep 2010 18:30:14 +0000 […] time ago.) Thankfully, Adobe seems to take this seriously since my last posting related to the CNet article now that the Flash Player for mobile Android has been […]

Comment on Flash Rant! 64 bit Flash Player for Windows please! by QINGU Sun, 05 Sep 2010 14:09:12 +0000 Well Everyone from above do have a very interesting point, regarding your lack of 64-bit support on Window OS systems, but frankly could careless whether or not if a advertiser was unable to market toward my attention. But what pissed me off was the reminders to install a flash player that doesn’t exist, well in a commercial sence anyways. But, I don’t understand why not just retro-fit the preexisting 32-bit for 64bit use, and I realize first hand its alot of reprogramming to and twacky issues to intergrate. But, if your taking this long just to write one from scrach, you might as well just send a half baked one that works well enough untill you can send out a pure version. I mean what the hell are you paying your software guys for anyway. But don’t tell me it’s impossible to retro- fit the old one, cause it is possible if you belive otherwise you need to think more creatively. Cause when you have nothing beter to do, and looking for something to occupy your time, and don’t care if you crash windows or if your hardware friezz. You’d be amazed what a bored prick like me could do. I was acctually considering send it but, I’m having second toughts. Besides you don’t pay me. Or if were to send it you’ll look at the type of shit I did to it and who knows, I just might be the days joke in the office. You’d think I was on crack in order to come with the solution.

But the main point is that I could care less on about the flash media on the internet, telling me “CLICK NOW YOUR THE MILLIONTH CUSTOMER”. I just got tired of it kept telling me to install it. I could be simple and just switch, but I’m damn stubborn and should not even need to in the first place. But all in all, What do you pay your programmers for anyways? to sit there and look pretty, shoot I sure hope not, well unless you get one “Crack Wrist”. It’s Sept ’10 Get on the Ball.