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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash vs. HTML for forms?
From: Michael Penne
Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 23:06:59 GMT

Its simply all about fonts. If you have formatting that allocates a
certain amount of screen real estate to a part of the form, its real
nice know exactly what size your characters will be.

Of course you still have to worry about what MACR may do to 'send
variables' next;-)...

> From: andersen.cc <mailatandersen [dot] cc>

> ... 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
> ----------
> 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

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