|>>||Anonymous 20apr2018(fr)19:15 No.59000 OP |P1
|>>||Anonymous 20apr2018(fr)23:22 No.59004 A |P2R1
|do you use adobe's flash plugin and add a timeline?|
|>>||Anonymous 21apr2018(sa)17:51 No.59010 OP |P3R2
i'm using local flash player which comes bundled with the program, as for "timeline" i have a trackbar on the bottom, like any other media player
|>>||Anonymous 21apr2018(sa)18:38 No.59012 B |P4R3
|is flashforever.net where the player is located?|
we should also look for free or cheap flash authoring tools. The only one besides adobe's flash that I know of is JPEX, but it's not really an authoring tool so much as a flash editor since you can't make flashes from scratch.
|>>||Anonymous 21apr2018(sa)22:19 No.59016 OP |P5R4
|>>||Anonymous 22apr2018(su)18:51 No.59041 B |P6R5
|>>||Anonymous 22apr2018(su)19:56 No.59043 C |P7R6
Is the trackbar supposed to do anything other than show the current position?
|>>||Anonymous 23apr2018(mo)00:40 No.59053 OP |P8R7
|actually, i've reuploaded ;)|
known issues for .net that are going to be addressed eventually:
* "aaaah it won't rewind"
* "ugh that drop text goes up on maximized window"
* "that loop check acts wierd"
* "where are the quality settings?" (when movie that supports advanced flash context menu plays you can change those from there)
|>>||Anonymous 23apr2018(mo)20:03 No.59079 D |P9R8
|I still don't understand. Is this a standalone exe flash player? Or a browser plugin? Because with the projector I see little necessity to an alternative player. Even if Adobe takes it down, you'd still be able to use it.|
But nevertheless, an open-source alternative to something this important is always welcome.