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Hey all,

I was following a tutorial on installing an SWF as a Facebook app. Here’s the tut: http://www.emanueleferonato.com/2008/05/30/integrate-your-flash-game-on-facebook/

Going through it step by step I realized Facebook has been extensively updated since the writing of the tutorial. At first I thought it was just a redesign, so I picked up the pieces of info and filled them on Facebook according to instructions.

It still didn’t work. Apparently Facebook changed the way they accept SWFs. this tut is not much relevant anymore, but I can’t find any other source of info with detailed steps like this.

Any tips? Links?


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any links? interested in the same thing…

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