We have released an update that addresses some issues with the video exporter and media components in Flash MX 2004 Pro.
You can download the update from here.
You can find more information in the readme.
I will be doing a session and a birds of a feather on Central, maybe helping out with one of the keynotes, and most importantly, hanging around with other developers.
Anyways, if you are going to be in the southern hemisphere in a couple of weeks, you can’t afford to miss the conference.
The conference is February 24 and 25 in Sydney, Australia. You can find more information here.
As you may or may not have seen, a couple of designers have released some Central desktop wallpapers. Even cooler, is that some of them even released their Photoshop sources files so anyone can modify them:
Anyways, I haven’t had a contest since the “Spoof Mike Chambers” contest, so I figured I would hold another one. So, here is the deal, I am holding a contest for the coolest Central related desktop wallpaper. Here are the rules:
The prizes will be:
You can download some Central assets here.
Post links to your entries in the comments.
You can find detailed information, as well as download the Flash libraries and examples from the Tools page at MXNA.
Community MX has posted an article on integrating the PrimalScript editor with Macromedia Flash. It includes a video tutorial on how to set up my FlashCommand command line compiler to compile directly from PrimalScript.
You can read the entire article here.