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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

@MaikoStudio: I’m from Milan too!

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

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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

@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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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

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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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says
Is that a Random number? :)

lol

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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

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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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

Happy birthday, Collis!

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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

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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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

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

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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

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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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

Usually the request comes from the client. I’m now working on some flash components on a project for a big telephony company here in italy and the specific reuest is for flashplayer6 compatibility (?!). Problem is, the components have a flex functionality/style.

The reason? Their statistics show some people use ie5.5+fp6.

I understand the must sell their contracts+phones, but my question is: do tey gain more money keeping a small percentage of old users, or by gaining new users (by using a state of the art technology)?

The axe sites show just this… we are talking about them, we are enjoying them, and we are sending them to our friends. Cost for the axe company? zero

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