Flash Editor - Flash projectors editing software. It creates such possibilities that are not available when using Macromedia Flash as: locking of main menu and context menu, change of title, change of pictogram, adding midi sound and others.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Macromedia Flash remarkable software product has recently grown into a virtually full-fledged environment for development of applications. Action Script programming language integrated into the Flash environment has considerably enhanced the program's capabilities and now Flash is not just a tool for developing the online web content. Macromedia Flash enjoys wide popularity with developers of the colorful presentations and computer games, as it noticeably facilitates the graphical design in comparison with the traditional applications development tools. However, Flash has some features generally disliked by its users. In particular, if you don't know how to:
- remove the flash projector's menu,
- change the flash projector's icon,
- change the flash projector's title,
- add midi sound into the projector,
then the Flash Editor is exactly what you need. Flash Editor enables you to perform the above-listed operations easily, as well as delivers many other useful features, which are unavailable in the Macromedia Flash environment. Meanwhile, a projector modified with the Flash Editor operates at the maximum speed!
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