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Old 01-12-2007, 09:17 AM
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Flash Lite 3 now available - caveats apply

Adobe has finally made its Flash Lite 3 beta available for S60 3rd Edition, although both it (and I) stress that this is intended to be for developers only and isn't a consumer-focussed browser-integrated player. Comments welcome below on what Flash Lite 3 can and can't do in its current state (e.g. playing multimedia content). (via SymbianOne)

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Old 01-12-2007, 11:14 AM
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Flash

It runs and installs just fine, It does require a restart for the icon to appear in "Applications".

Handles all the files in the download from ASS .
Checking out http://www.biskero.org/ for more files to test with it.

Anyone got a list of freeware files which will be more challenging and make use of the features in flashlite3?

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Old 01-12-2007, 01:08 PM
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hi AAS

what's up ????
i had a couple of question.......

1) do you know if the final version of flahsh lite 3 will integrate the preset nokia web-browser ???
2) which have more ram the N95-3(US) or the N95-8GB ???
3) I officesuite 4 but when i create a doc file or ppt file quickoffice standard edition don't read them , it recognise them like a corrupted files if i purchase v 4.5 of quickoffice will i have the same problem or the files created with officesuite won't be read from quickoffice and viceversa ???

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Old 01-12-2007, 01:59 PM
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hi AAS
1) do you know if the final version of flahsh lite 3 will integrate the preset nokia web-browser ???
2) which have more ram the N95-3(US) or the N95-8GB ???
3) I officesuite 4 but when i create a doc file or ppt file quickoffice standard edition don't read them , it recognise them like a corrupted files if i purchase v 4.5 of quickoffice will i have the same problem or the files created with officesuite won't be read from quickoffice and viceversa ???
You should really use our forums for general questions like this. But, briefly: 1) Yes, 2) the latter, and 3) blame Microsoft for completely screwing around with file formats over the last 15 years!
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Old 01-12-2007, 02:28 PM
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sorry steve litchfield

didin't know
anyway congrats for the smartphone show

waiting the review of N82 vs N95-8GB

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Old 01-12-2007, 02:46 PM
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Nokia N95, N95 8 GB and N82

try this,

http://www.intomobile.com/2007/11/30...-computer.html

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Installed without a hitch, not even a restart.
It now plays the loituma leekpsin swf file, whereas 2.1 gave error 9, so whatever else they've changed, I'm happy!

I'll keep playing, but all seems well so far.

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Old 01-12-2007, 05:11 PM
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can we now finally watch youtube video's right away from the website?
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downloading now, it would be great if it did intergrate into the webrowser!

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Old 01-12-2007, 06:51 PM
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Nokia browser defaults to realplayer so Youtube videos won't still play.

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Old 01-12-2007, 07:36 PM
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Thumbs up FLV video playback.

This might be of interest in the video playback deparment:
http://vaibhavsharma.wordpress.com/2...flv-on-s60-v3/

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I bet the first that people checked was YouTube...

...and dishearten when RealPlayer came up!


What is the likelyhood of getting a full release version for S60 FP1?

Is it to be vendor bundled in S60 FP2 devices only?

Will S60 FP1 owners ever see browser intregration? Or will Adobe continue to keep it at just a stand-alone app with no YouTube?

Questions to ponder.

I'm off to the discussion forums on the download page to find out!

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Old 02-12-2007, 07:37 AM
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I bet the first that people checked was YouTube...

...and dishearten when RealPlayer came up!

Don't mistake Mobile YouTube for the regular one. With the former, it's ALWAYS RealPlayer that will come up - after all, it hosts MPEG-4 videos, NOT flash files. With the regular ones, hopefully, Flash Lite will play the videos inline, in the page - just like under Windows Mobile (see my related articles on the latter if interested).

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Old 02-12-2007, 07:46 AM
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Menneisyys,

may i know where your related articles can be found?

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Fixed all the speed issues I had with SWF files

finally.. a version of Flash that fixes those stupid problems I have been experiencing.

I have quite a few swf files on my phone with childrens songs that I play to my son to stop him from misbehaving. Ever since Firmware 12 and above, it never played it properly (worked perfectly fine on V11 though). It will be played very very slowly and at uneven speeds.

This new version works fine and I can once again put my son to sleep with it. hehehe
 

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