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Player Support Matrix

June 04th 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

Ever gotten any feedback from users telling you that your great FSCommands or JavaScript doesn't work?


Flash Deployment Kit available

May 30th 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

Had problems with setting up the perfect Flash-detection? Here's the answer.


New design for Macromedia

May 23rd 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

Macromedia has redesigned their main website, and how does it look? It's certainly not exactly What the web can be...


A Cancer called Flash

May 11th 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

CHris of Flazoom.com has stirred up a lot of discussion on the Flazoom message board.


KoolMoves 1.2

May 03rd 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

As the version number indicates, KoolMoves has obviously been out for a while, but it's not really well known. Now version 1.2 is out.


Livemotion 1.0 shipping

April 29th 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

Adobes has released the 1.0 version of LiveMotion, after over 360 000 downloads of the beta-version.


Is LiveMotion a FlashKiller?

April 26th 2000 | Jens C Brynildsen

A couple months ago, Adobe released it's ”Flash-killer”, LiveMotion. After one of the many sessions at the FlashForward conference (FF2K), Adobe was asked ”Why does LiveMotion only feature Flash 3 level of interactivity”. Michael Ninness, group product manager for Web Graphics at Adobe Systems, told the crowd that Macromedia had yet to published the Flash 4 specifications, so they were not able to implement it in the first version of LiveMotion. A Macromedia official promptly asked for the microphone and told that they had actually released the specs. One day later, we sat down with Michael to ask him a bit more about LiveMotion.