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February 12th 2008 | Jens C Brynildsen



The crew

Flashmagazine is maintained by Flash community members from around the world. The Flashmagazine office is based in Oslo, Norway.

Editor of is J.C.Brynildsen (Norway). Co-editors: John Dalziel (UK), David Vogeleer (US)

More than 40 community members have contributed to the site over the years. A full list of these will be available later.




Posted by john123 on 01/25 at 09:26 PM

Hi Guys,

A few of our software developers pointed me to your site. We have a Flash based product that is similar to Camtasia but we believe there are a number of advantages to using our product.  I was hoping you guys would be willing to do a review on our product so we can see how a 3rd party thinks we stack up! 

You can get a trial here:

Drop me an email if you have any questions or comments!


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Posted by jspadaccini on 01/21 at 04:57 PM

I came across your site and was wondering if you might want to review our multitouch framework and SDK for Adobe Flash. Gestureworks allows for rapid multitouch development and is compatible with dozens of Windows 7 compatible devices.

You can download the trial at:

We did a direct comparison with built-in multitouch with Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.

Please feel free to email with comments or questions. Thanks.

Posted by timsoulo on 02/04 at 10:30 AM

Hi guys,

Are you interested in posting a “give away” on your blog?
We have launched a beta version of the new flash components marketplace called FlashScope and we are willing to give away some credits to your blog readers.
In case that offer appeals to you please contact me back at steve.tasovski[@] for details.


Posted by adam_creative on 01/27 at 05:29 PM


Thought this news on our new 3d software with Flash export may be of interest to you and your readers…

This is a new release of our 3DSOM tool for creating true 3d models from photos and publishing online (now with Flash 10.1 3D export with full-screen mode amd measurement tool).


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