Re: [FlashLite] Please report if Flash CS4 (OSX) created FLAs are not opening in Vista / Win7
- View SourceNo,This is happening without use of Adobe Drive. Just create a new FLA in Flash CS4 (OSX) then put it on network share / USB drive / or via email to Win Vista / 7 machine. Try to open it with Flash CS4 (Win), you'll get "doc file is corrupted".I searched for days, but I only found some other users also experiencing same. But not all of them.// chall3ng3r //On Mar 27, 2009, at 7:15 PM, sharris595@... wrote:
Was this done on Adobe Drive or directly to a local file system? I wrote the Windows file system driver piece for Adobe Drive for CS4, and there were some interesting situations with Flash as I recall using some unusual file system APIs (structured storage, anyone?). This information might be useful for Adobe to have as well.
From: chall3ng3r <fsd.news@gmail. com>
To: FlashLite@yahoogrou ps.com
Sent: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 2:00 pm
Subject: [FlashLite] Please report if Flash CS4 (OSX) created FLAs are not opening in Vista / Win7
Bug report for: Flash CS4 (OSX) created FLAs are not opening in
Vista / Win7
I am collecting information about this bug to report to Adobe. I'd
appreciate if anyone is facing this issue could send me following
(I am experiencing this issue as well)
The error message: doc file is corrupted
OSX version: 10.5.6
Flash version: CS4 (latest updates)
FLA is created on: OSX (OSX/Win)
Tried Save As (CS3 format): Yes
// chall3ng3r //
- View SourceIt's a difficullt business model. We're so used to having phones that don't
support flash and having an older version of flash available for mobile it
seems a great idea. Where will things be in a year or so when newer
generations of phone have to step up a mark to compete with the iphone and
supposedly native flash 10?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Doherty" <markadoherty@...>
Sent: Friday, March 27, 2009 9:26 PM
Subject: [FlashLite] Re: fl on low end phones
> I've got my eye on it, and the info is still flowing in. They seem to
> have cracked some difficult problems, kudos to them.
> The devil is in the details though, and compatibility is always
> questionable. Let's see though..
> --- In FlashLite@yahoogroups.com, Denis R5 <flapreview@...> wrote:
>> hi all
>> i thought this would be interesting news to share :)
>> basically, flash lite running off java (j2me, making it available to
>> handsets without fl player, i suppose -- maybe something along the lines
>> of mobitween).
>> i went to the company's website
>> (http://www.kdbtechnology.com/products.html), but i couldnt find much
>> more info there, so i think it's a matter of wait and see what happens :P
>> i was wondering if our adobe friends know a bit about this. do you, guys?
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