2010/1/7 Hristo Petkov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It would be awesome, however Adobe's business model is to sell their>
> Hi Guys,
> I am still under f11 and I know that you are talking about f13 and f14 already, but I have problems with the flash for linux on my desktop (it is designed for f7 and obviously does not work properly under f11).
> Can you convince somehow Adobe to go open-source and to make some professional flash editor. Obviously the flash editor is not exactly do-it-yourself business as most of the other things under linux are.
> Christo Petkov
proprietary Flash Editor for tonnes of money.
For their flash plugin, you should check out Gnash. Gnash is a
reverse-engineered flash player that works pretty good on older flash
stuff. They are still catching up with Adobe's player and they
probably will continue catching up for a while.
Gnash's site: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnash/
Gnash's dev site: http://www.gnashdev.org/
Place to go to donate: http://openmedianow.org/
Mvh / Kind regards
Torstein Adolf Winterseth
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