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paco
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1. Flash 7 for Os/2
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Is there any contact with serenity or innotek in order to get an
actual flash player for our platform ?

ANY ODIN adventure o second way already running ?
Thanks for your attention .

Date: 15 Jun, 2004 on 00:13
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2. Re:Flash 7 for Os/2
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The only way we would ever get a flash 7 player for OS/2 would be if an OS/2 company wanted to take the time and energy into porting it. Innotek has expressed the fact that it will not consider doing it the way that flash 5 was done, if this is because it will not work this way, or just they don't want to has not ever been made clear. We have wasted Macromedia's time and money (as far as all the msgs to their support) when it wasn't even their call, which I figured and had expressed before in other forums. Innotek makes software for companies migrating off of OS/2, there would be no reason for them to keep up to date, that would just be more of a reason to stay.
Date: 15 Jun, 2004 on 02:04
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3. Re:Flash 7 for Os/2
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paco (15 Jun, 2004 00:13):
Is there any contact with serenity or innotek in order to get an
actual flash player for our platform ?

ANY ODIN adventure o second way already running ?
Thanks for your attention .



Well, for what it is worth...you can use the Win32 version of the Flash 7 plugin w/ Opera.

Date: 15 Jun, 2004 on 13:25
paco
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4. Re:Flash 7 for Os/2
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HEY OPERA IS GREAT

i can use flash 7 from windows without any modifications .

I only had to decompress or install the .exe from macromedia
and it only fits 840Kb the unique dll you need

Wouldn't it be great to have a look to this "old" OPERA browser ?
just to get the new version .
By the way innotek is trying to get flash 7 for our comunity

Date: 15 Jun, 2004 on 19:51
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Would be better if the opera guys would port the plugin interface which they made for opera for OS/2 as a wrapper or something for mozilla of course there would be legal issues in that.. but who knows.
Date: 15 Jun, 2004 on 20:34
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6. Re:Flash 7 for Os/2
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Just let Innotek releases their Flash Player 7 for OS/2 port.
Date: 16 Jun, 2004 on 10:18
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