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Looks really neat . Thanks for sharing it with us. Man, I wish I was a wise programmer to help in such a project. I really want Linux to have alternatives for Macromedia products, at least Dreamweaver and Flash, since the other ones stinks, as Freehand for example...
I really dislike Macromedia. They should be inserted into "Wintel" Theory Conspiracy, IMHO.
I'm sure it does Dreamweaver and Flash are the only reason that I dual boot my machine. Before it was for games, but since I don't have much time to play right now, I won't say games here . When I play, I play Unreal T Classic or Diablo2 which runs under Linux
yah i am sure alot of people will be glad to see this flash project, especially when more of the common features are integrated, and when it comes stable ...
i've never had a point to use dreamweaver, but that is another project that very much should be a success if/when it does get started .... i am sure it'll cut down on the wine + dreamweaver and flash threads ;-0