> Well bust mah britches and call me cheeky, on Mon, 30 Jul 2007 15:11:22
> GMT Travis Newbury scribed:
>> On Jul 30, 1:04 am, Neredbojias <monstersquas...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> So saying, the main trouble I have with Flash is
>>> that it's still proprietary. If Abode were smart, they'd open-source
>> Do you want the player to be open source? Adobe (and Macromedia
>> before them) have always given out the specs for creating SWF files.
>> Anyone can build a SWF file using a text editor if you like. You do
>> not need Adobe Flash to create and SWF file, or to build a custom tool
>> that will create SWF files.
>> I do not agree that the player should be open source. I like having a
>> single source for the player.
>> Why do you think they would they be smart to open source it?
> You 'n Hatter seem to agree on this so perhaps I mis-spoke. Guess I just
> on the train" and really test its capabilities. Right now, it reminds me
> too much of Active-X and like debuncles.
It is free. You can download Flex for free, and take a look. There's an
opensource project around the Player too (I think!?). Anyway there are
plenty of ways of creating Flash these days, and you don't need to spend
a single $.
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