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Macromedia Flash 5

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Download mm-flash-5-sit.bin (18.47 MB)
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS X
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This app works with: SheepShaver,

Originally acquired by Macromedia, Flash was introduced in 1996, and is currently developed and distributed by Adobe Systems. The precursor to the Flash application was SmartSketch, a drawing application for pen computers running the PenPoint OS developed by Jonathan Gay, who began working on it in college and extended the idea for Silicon Beach Software and its successors. When PenPoint failed in the marketplace, SmartSketch was ported to Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. With the Internet becoming more popular, SmartSketch was re-released as FutureSplash, a vector-based Web animation in competition with Macromedia Shockwave. In 1995, SmartSketch was further modified with frame-by-frame animation features and re-released as FutureSplash Animator on multiple platforms. The product was offered to Adobe and used by Microsoft in its early work with the Internet (MSN). In 1996, FutureSplash was acquired by Macromedia and released as Flash, contracting "Future" and "Splash".

Released with Flash Player 5, new features included: ActionScript 1.0 (based on ECMAScript, making it very similar to JavaScript in syntax), XML support, Smartclips (the precursor to components in Flash), HTML text formatting added for dynamic text

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Architecture: PPC

PPC
MacOS 8 - 9.2.2 - Classic X

Comments

by feeef - 2014, March 28 - 12:34pm

This version of flash also works under SSW 7
Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' by 'SSW 7' - see Muso TNT thread for details. - IIGS User

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by supernova777 - 2013, November 13 - 12:04pm

macromedia flash 5 will forever occupy a soft spot in my heart;)

by iCow - 2010, August 15 - 3:07am
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THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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by Harrymatic - 2010, August 12 - 8:21pm
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Many thanks Smile