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Re: Gnash Question...


From: FiachraFiachra
Subject: Re: Gnash Question...
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 07:24:09 -0700
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On Jun 26, 10:08 am, Ciaran O'Riordan <address@hidden> wrote:
> address@hidden writes:
> > Can i create webpages using Gnash in a similar way?
>
> No.  Gnash only plays flash movies.  It doesn't make them.
>
> If you do make Flash movies, please test them to ensure they work fine with
> Gnash.  This will mean people will not have to install non-free software to
> view your movies.
>
> --
> CiarĂ¡n O'Riordan __________________ 
> \http://fsfeurope.org/projects/gplv3http://ciaran.compsoc.com/_________ \  
> GPLv3 and other work supported byhttp://fsfe.org/fellows/ciaran/weblog\   
> Fellowship:http://www.fsfe.org

I had a look at your links there and they seem pretty kosher.

Another question: You say
> If you do make Flash movies, please test them to ensure they work fine with
> Gnash.  This will mean people will not have to install non-free software to
> view your movies.

When i use a browser that doesn't have a Flash facility to open a page
with a flash application on it, it downloads flash for free and
installs it there and then, no?  or am i just talking rubbish.  Also,
in a similar situation, when a browser suggests downloading Flash to
view an application, can you ignore this suggestion, download Gnash,
refresh the page and view the application/movie?

Thanks for replying...
Fiachra



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