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Flash 64 bit under Ubuntu not letting you click?!

Use this excellent article if you are having difficulty clicking in your flash window (and you’re running Ubuntu 64 9.10):

64bit Java / Flash Deathroll | Speaking What We See. (unfortunately, that page was removed.)

He also rightly clears up the Java issue. This is a way to get native 64 bit installations for both Sun Java and Adobe Flash.

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 SSWF Support 
Using our robust open-source C++ library and scripting language, ScriptSWF (SSWF), you can create Adobe Flash animations on the fly.

Since it's initial release in 2002, SSWF has been extremely popular. Despite never being advertised, it has been downloaded more than 77,250 times just on SourceForge.net, has been converted to work on several Unix platforms not initially ...

New Professional Developer Tools

Made to Order Software Corporation is proud to present three new products, announced at the Linux on Wall Street conference in New York City, New York!

  • molib™

A robust application toolkit library, molib gives you the power to develop cross-platform applications quickly and easily. It abstracts operating system calls through C++ objects (i.e. moFile and moDirectory abstract access to the file system, moDatabase to a database of your choice and moApplication to the system environment). This lets you write code once to create applications which compile and ...

Made to Order Software at Linux on Wall Street

Made to Order Software Corporation is proud to announce that it will be presenting three new products at the Linux on Wall Street conference in the heart of New York City, New York at the Roosevelt Hotel on Monday, April 23, 2007!

Please come and visit us between 8am and 4pm EST at booth #225. Scroll down to the bottom of this article to get your free pass!

  • molib™

A robust application toolkit library, molib gives you the power to develop cross-platform applications quickly and easily. It abstracts operating system calls through C++ objects (i.e. moFile and ...