November 29, 2002
SciTE|Flash 1.0 Ready

Ale Muños has just finished version 1.0 of his Actionscript editor SciTE|Flash which is based on Scintilla. You can download it from his site. My first impression tells me that this will be my new editor: the autocomplete function alone has convinced...

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Posted at 08:17 PM
November 27, 2002
Playing with SimBEOS

I don't know how this little experiment will behave on your browser, probably it will not work at all in anything but Explorer 6 on Windows. If it works right there should be a very primitive looking ball with eyes chasing your...

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Posted at 08:26 PM
November 26, 2002
SimBEOS API

Whilst playing around with Javascript to Flash to Javascript communication I came across ishlab.ru and his amazing SimBEOS API. Unfortunately the whole site is in russian, but if you look at the examples you pretty much get the picture and fortunately the...

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Posted at 08:56 PM
Flash OS2

Grant Skinner, creator of FlashOS has just opened his new site www.gskinner.com. It is running on his new FlashOS2 and features already some screenshots of the upcoming system - smooth! Soon he will release the sourcecode of FlashOS1.0 so we can take...

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Posted at 12:26 PM
SciTE|Flash

Ale Muñoz from bomber studios has started a project which sounds quite interesting: the working title is SciTE|Flash and it will be an actionscript editor based on the Scintilla/SciTE editor. This editor has some very nice details to offer, for example collapsing/expanding...

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Posted at 09:50 AM
November 25, 2002
Fear And Consume

Yesterday I've been to the movie theatre to watch Bowling for Columbine and I can only recommend you to watch it, too. This documentary tries to explore why in the United States every year more than 11,000 people die at the hands...

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Posted at 11:27 AM
November 22, 2002
This is WACK

The reason that I was quite silent during the last days is called WACK. It is something that my colleague Manfred Weber and me here at coma2 are working on. We think that it might be quite useful. WACK means "Window Application...

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Posted at 05:32 PM
Release Candidate 6.0.61.0

The latest Flash Payer beta round is almost over. Macromedia has just released version 6.0.61.0 which is titled "release candidate build". This means that if you do not report any bugs that you found in this version NOW you will have to...

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Posted at 11:17 AM
November 11, 2002
Shared Object In-Depth

Greg Burch has just released two very good tutorials on Ultrashock. One is about Shared Objects, the other one about FlashVars....

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Posted at 10:25 PM
SOP - Shared Object Parser

Aritali.com offers a helpful little add-on for MX Flash projectors which gives you back some Flash 5 functionality that was taken out in MX for security reasons: SOP - Shared Objects Parser allows you to interact with Windows from Actionscript. The features:...

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Posted at 01:17 PM
November 09, 2002
German Flashers

Even though I'm living in Germany my contacts to the local Flash scene have been little to none until now. So the shockwards conference was a great opportunity to meet some well-known members of the scene face-to-face: Danny Franzreb showed some behind-the-scenes...

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Posted at 02:06 PM
November 07, 2002
No Relevations Today

I surrender. Please don't shoot. I'm not a bad person. See - white flag!...

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Posted at 03:31 PM
November 06, 2002
Real Flashers Don't Powerpoint

As I'm currently preparing my workshop for the shockwards event I'm heavily involved in building my own presentation app with Flash. Of course the intention is to build a modular system that can be reused and extended over the time. It will...

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Posted at 12:46 AM
November 05, 2002
Ban Comic Sans

Support the fight against one of the most ugliest fonts that was ever chiseled into bezier curves: Comic Sans. Creator Vincent Connare is not very happy about the campaign: "I can understand some of the sentiment behind the 'ban comic sans' campaign...

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Posted at 07:45 PM
November 04, 2002
Amazing Cable Demo

Perhaps you already know Reason by Propellerheads - it's this cool sound rack that you can virtually turn around and replug cables all over the place just like in reality. Well, Andre Michelle has just released a cool demo called "cable interface"...

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