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Subject: Re: FLASH: Is this one of those weird PC/Mac things ?
From: Catherine Kunicki
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 00:57:42 +0100

Launch flash first. Then drag the .fla's to the flash application icon or if
thats not working choose "open" in the Flash menus (you might have to select
"open any file" or "all files". whatever that tab in the open dialog says).
save them immediately with a different file name and close them. (Rename
them as necessary in the finder). This more than likely something like a
MacOSEasyOpen filemapping problem, not a pc/mac conflict.


>From: Tom Green <tgreen17athome [dot] com>
>To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
>Subject: FLASH: Is this one of those weird PC/Mac things ?
>Date: Fri, Oct 29, 1999, 7:09 PM

> They all successfully download to my Mac. I see the icon on the desktop after
> they unzip/unstuff. I double click each one and Flash boots up. Then they
> promptly crash.

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  Re: FLASH: Is this one of those weird PC, Tom Green

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