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    suggest any flash help for linux


    hello,
    just thought i'd ask to see what info can be given

    linux on flash (ihave no money) howto??

    jgenerator anybody use this ( I have it halfway installed but know I !#&%all about it)

    any leads appreciated

    I'd would also pay for software if I made money from it


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    If you want to deal with Flash content in a Linux environment... you should use Flash MX. The player has been developed for Linux... and is now current with the Windows Player.

    If you want to develop SWF file on Linux... look into MING for PHP. It's a wrapper library to create SWFs from PHP.
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    linux and flash


    Yup indeed,
    ming is truly excellent,

    but also recommendable is freemovie,

    [shameless plug for somebody else]
    The FreeMovie library is a library of PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, and Tcl functions that generate Flash (SWF) files. FreeMovie can be used to develop Web and desktop aplications.
    [/shameless plug for somebody else]

    The PHP port is ready for downloading, checkout this site for more info, I'm still waiting for the perl port ;(

    http://freemovie.sourceforge.net/

    som more choices though

    If you want a complete drawing program:
    very basic but free:
    http://drawswf.sourceforge.net/

    very (very beta) early stage animator LOUNGE
    http://www.shaynekasai.com/lounge/

    some really cool tools are found here
    http://www.quiss.org/swftools/about.html

    that's all I can think off right now,

    but remember, flashMX is ALWAYS the best you can get though.

    Teabag
    Last edited by teabag; January 29th, 2003 at 06:13 AM.

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