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Subject: FLASH: Flash vs. HTML for forms?
From: unique
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2000 20:55:45 GMT

I happened upon this excerpt from a post on the
macromedia.dreamweaver.coursebuilder newsgroup:

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From: andersen.cc <mailatandersen [dot] cc>
Newsgroups: macromedia.dreamweaver.coursebuilder
Subject: Re: Authorware or Coursebuilder+Dreamweaver?
Date: Wed, 2000.Jan.12.03.17

... and Flash 4 for vector-based animations
and interactions when cross-platform and print-based fidelity are
important (which is to say forms and the like otherwise do not
reproduce on the client consistently between platforms and versions,
not at all, and Flash 4 is a *godsend* when that matters). ...

--
richard andersen
calgary canada

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Just because this is a new idea to me, I'd like to hear comments on this
statement. I don't know enough about doing forms in Flash (nor the deeper CGI
stuff about forms in HTML, for that matter) to be able to evaluate Richard's
assertion above.

TIA,

Ken Sherwood

*zenkat: the Flash trailer*
http://www.kensherwood.com/zenkat.htm

kensherwood.com
http://www.kensherwood.com



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  RE: FLASH: Flash vs. HTML for forms?, Rich Humphreys
  Re: FLASH: Flash vs. HTML for forms?, Bill Herz

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