This is really sweet, and includes support for:
You can read the entire article here.
Yesterday I released a preview version of the MAC OS X version of TattleTale. Today I am releasing a (slightly rougher) beta version of TattleTale for Windows.
What is TattleTale? TattleTale is a simple application that makes it easy to keep up with the latest news and information from Macromedia. Here is a screenshot of the Windows version:
Christian Cantrell and I have been working on a mini project for making it easier to keep up with the latest news and information from Macromedia. The name of the application is called TattleTale, and we are releasing the OS X version for beta / preview today.
What is TattleTale? TattleTale is a simple application that makes it easy to keep up with the latest news and information from Macromedia. Here is a screenshot of the OS X version:
Does anyone (aside from FlashLite authors) still use Flash 4 ActionScript syntax? i.e.?
Set Variable: "f4" = "true" If (f4 eq "true") Stop Else Play End If Begin Tell Target ("/") Stop End Tell Target
If so, what version of Flash are you using? Post your info in the comments section.
I just notice that a new version (1.01) of Smultron has been released. Smultron is an excellent open source Cocoa based text editor for OS X, that is fast, has basic support for ActionScript color coding, and has a single window document model. You can find a list of changes here.
You can find more information about, as well as download Smultron from here.
Btw, I have my own version running locally which adds support for compiling (Publish and Test Movie) FLAs, which I will try to release in the next couple of days.
Sorry for the lack of update recently. I was in Japan for a week with the Flash team meeting with customers about 8ball. After that, I took all of last week off to catch up on some reading, video game playing, and hanging around with my daughter.
If you sent me and email during the past week, I may not have been able to respond yet. Don’t worry though, I am starting to catch up on emails. Also, one of our filter servers went down, so if you sent me a mail, you may have received a message that it bounced. Don’t worry, I still got your email, as it didn’t bounce from the main mail server.
Christian Cantrell and I (mostly Christian) have updated the Macromedia XML News Aggreator (MXNA) with support for syncing with Apple iPods. The project, code-named “Take-Away” allows you to read and listen to the latest Macromedia community news (by category) on your iPod.
You can find more information on Take-Away (including how to sync it with your iPod) here.