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The MovieStar release is good news, but I think flashplayer10 (Astro) is better news:

http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2007/10/adobe_unveils_h.html

3d support…

mmmh Hydra… sounds good :)

Oh, and there is also Thermo:

http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-9789612-7.html

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@MaikoStudio: I’m from Milan too!

Well, actually from a small town 30km from Milan (zona Melzo, Gessate) ;)

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@bitgod: I don’t think there is much difference in decompiling to steal the graphics or decompiling to steal the code… it’s just stealing. There is a lot of good open code out there, so why go “illegal”?

I once had some problems in an agency because they wanted me to decompile a .swf from a client (which I did not), just because they saw me decompile a file of my own.

Yep, sometimes I decompile my own files to see how they are otimized by the flash compiler or by mtasc. I use flare, which is free and produces a single text file with all the code (as1), no graphics. Very instructive.

http://www.nowrap.de/flare.html

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good idea… I’ll think about it…

Anyway, you can use any of your (multiframed) movieclips, so you can drag them

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Is that a Random number? :)

lol

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the rotation is done with a simple frame dragger (a multiframe movieclip animated frame by frame), I’ve done something similar:

http://www.flashden.net/item/frame-dragger/3667

The zoom is a simple scaling of the image

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Happy birthday, Collis!

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I’ve seen this kind of behaviour in other cases. I think it’s due to the fact that when you change tab the flash movie stops working for performace issues.

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Have you tried using an onResize event on the stage instead of an onEnterFrame on the movieclip?

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Sadly I’m not talking about a flash or ajax gallery… what I’m talking about is a 40.000/60.000 € budgeted site (I’m developing just 3/4 components of the whole thing, so I won’t get that much money :P )

As a freelancer, I get paid on a daily basis, no matter the technology I’m using (my last work was developed in flex builder/as3, but what the client wants to know is that it’s in flash and it works online).

So I don’t think it’s just a matter of ‘low tech = low cost’.

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