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wickedpixel says

Just curious… why is so hard for them to support Linux?

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tsafi says
bitfade said
FlashTang said
How can you use Flash IDE in Linux ?
Is there a version for Linux ? or do you use Wine ?
always used flex sdk under linux
Flash IDE only run once inside a virtual machine to create the empty-custom document class FLA

tsafi said
Man look at all this new stuff support coming to us with fp11 there is more on the official
not caring until they port to linux also.

didn’t they drops the support for AIR on Linux? why suffer man ? .

move on man a Q for you “During the same time that growth on desktop Linux has been stagnating, the growth of Linux on mobile device has exploded mostly because of Android. According to the IDC report from March 2011, the Android market share for mobile OS is expected to reach 46% by 2015. Another mobile platform, iOS has also growing rapidly and by 2015, it is expected to have a market share of 15%.”

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bitfade says

air works, i was refering to stage3d. i used to run linux on servers only then just had enough of windows long time ago and switched all my desktops. honestly ? can’t say i ever missed that crap since then.

Adobe should learn from nvidia.

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zefs says
wickedpixel said
Just curious… why is so hard for them to support Linux?

Probably because they won’t be getting money out of it, they know Linux users like free/open source stuff, who would pay for their $1000 products :P

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bitfade says
zefs said
Probably because they won’t be getting money out of it, they know Linux users like free/open source stuff, who would pay for their $1000 products :P
they don’t need to convert authoring software but just to provide a reliable plugin.
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tsafi says
bitfade said
air works.
I think they just kill Air on the tuts market for html 5 and they do that on the flashtuts market…. funny
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