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Subject: RE: FLASH: Main Shockwave download page...
From: unique
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 23:26:37 GMT

>JD of MM, you wrote:
>
>"Summary: The Flash r28 players are up, but the Shockwave installers need to
>be reworked to include the r25 Flash players."
>
><snip>
>
>Thanks for your speedy reply and reassurance that the update will indeed
>occur.

Hell will indeed freeze over eventually too.

Can anyone at Macromedia explain the necessity of the long delay?

Just very curious,

Ken Sherwood


--

"In particular, I was musing about where Flash would be in a couple
of years. Right now, it's been delivered to a vast number of
clients, either by being packaged with a browser, or via a download.
Developers are now developing Flash content that is small yet
effective visually. It seems to offer lots of design possibilities.
Will it still be here in 3 years? Adobe, who has deeper pockets than
Macromedia, has announced a Flash competitor. Will Macromedia
survive? Will their vision and focus, so far unsullied [*sic*],
survive?"

-- hwg-theory list contributor, 2000.02.12

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