The Flash blog of Ben Pritchard.
Ahhh Reflections… Â Ok, so I am a sucker for a nicely reflected picture, logo or video. Â What can I say, it is a great effect. Â I thought that this post over at Surfin’ Safari was really intersting. Â Apparently the new build of WebKit suppo
Mike Chambers got a hold of me today in reference to my post, Â Adobe AIR 1.0 hates the ComboBox Component, and said:
We tracked this down to an issue in the components / AIR, and have fixed it in internal AIR builds.
In the meantime, Im trying to find ou
My pal Val got to go to FiTC this year and sent me an IM after she was inÂ Lydia Varmazis’s session. Â She sent me a snapshot of my Kuler Panel for Flash being discussed. Â I thought that was sweet. Â I have never been to FiTC but at least my blog h
So, I have been attempting to port some of my older AIR applications to 1.0 recently. While trying to get one of my apps running today I kept receiving the following error when testing (publishing in debug mode):
*** Security Sandbox Violation ***
This one has been in the works for a long time now. Â Members of the PittMFUG have always wondered why it is that we couldn’t have our very own Flash conference. Â Pittsburgh has been very happy and excited with the recent OnAIR Bust Tour event and
Adobe Media Player (AMP)
By now many of you have likely seen or tried the Adobe Media Player (AMP). AMP is a sweet little application written on the AIR runtime. AMP is now out of Beta and is looking pretty solid. It allows you to watch your favorite
My pals over at Flashloaded hooked me up with their new gridNavigation component to check out. I immediately thought that this would be a great fit for something like a Flickr image viewer. I took the time to write a class that interfaces the Flickr API
Recently, Adobe sent the PittMFUG (Pittsburgh Adobe Flash Users Group) Managers (Wayne and Myself) a sweet metal lunchbox full of goodies! Its funny how excited two grown men can get over something as simple as a metal lunchbox. Inside was a plethora of
To some this may be old news but I think it is worth spreading the word. Â There was promise long ago that Adobe would be brining a version of Photoshop to the web; now you can actually try it out for yourself. Â Photoshop Express provides you with 2GB of
About a month or so ago, Blogger thought it would be a good idea to label my blog a “spam blog”. Actually, to be fair it was one of their “bots”:
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