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    FlashPaper

    I was looking for a flash site to illustrate what we was trying to accomplish with our newest site on work when I came across this page.

    It's only a concept as far as I know. It got a really nice design as well as a really good intuitive way to handle it.

    Might call it FlashPaper, newspapers in Flash-format:
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    I've seen this type of navigation before, though this is a well done site, worth a visit.

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    Nice.

    I find that I'm always working with clients who want to emulate their publications online. This is a nice way of doing so.
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    but for real life publications there is also an issue of SEO. at this point Flash is not very search engine friendly I believe...

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    It's interesting. I'm always open to different approaches

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    wow - that looks great. I like how smooth the movement is.

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    Why do people keep saying that ? Just because the product is going away doesn't mean the files are going to die... if you have converted stuff to flash paper, they are just flash files and can stay that way basically FOREVER,

    And as long as the program runs, you can convert to falsh paper all you want. The files are just plain ol'SWF and should remain supported for many many year to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MH Vishal View Post
    Why do people keep saying that ? Just because the product is going away doesn't mean the files are going to die... if you have converted stuff to flash paper, they are just flash files and can stay that way basically FOREVER,

    And as long as the program runs, you can convert to falsh paper all you want. The files are just plain ol'SWF and should remain supported for many many year to come.
    keep saying what?

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    FlashPaper (originally known as Flash Printer) is a software application developed by Blue Pacific Software before its acquisition by Macromedia,[citation needed] which was later acquired by Adobe Systems. Its functional design mimics Adobe Acrobat Distiller to behave as a virtual printer. Documents printed to FlashPaper can be printed as Adobe Flash or Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.

    It was last included in Macromedia Studio 8, and is still available as a standalone product from Adobe. FlashPaper files can be also generated by ColdFusion web applications. Adobe announced it was discontinuing development of FlashPaper on September 4, 2008. The company states that "the demand [for FlashPaper] has continually declined to where it is no longer economically viable for Adobe to continue development support for FlashPaper" but does note that it will continue selling and supporting the existing version of FlashPaper.
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    that's really like a "rite" newspaper!

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    Is there another good program to design websites with besides dreamweaver and adobe flash? I would like to start designing websites. I tried to learn flash and dreamweaver and they both annoyed me.

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    might have to try it out

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    uau, Im impressed

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    FlashPaper

    Its really weird, whenever I right click on my desktop or in another Window it opens an installer for Macromedia Flashpaper.

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    Impressive idea, thank you!

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    its impressive...^^

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    looks nice!

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    it's nice work yet it might be heavy and too hard to change the content

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    this is definitely worth a visit. Wish I had your skills...

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    Great idea haven't seen a page like this . Liked the sudoku and all the other stuff keep working also i wouldn't put gifs on the paper to make it more paper like and when you click on the video a new page could come up . Thumbs up
    Last edited by Ledux; 10-09-2010 at 05:38 AM.

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