Linked by David Adams on Wed 9th Nov 2011 06:34 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Sources close to Adobe that have been briefed on the company's future development plans have revealed this forthcoming announcement to ZDNet: Our future work with Flash on mobile devices will be focused on enabling Flash developers to package native apps with Adobe AIR for all the major app stores. We will no longer adapt Flash Player for mobile devices to new browser, OS version or device configurations.. . ."
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RE: Comment by d-signet
by jackeebleu on Wed 9th Nov 2011 10:48 UTC in reply to "Comment by d-signet"
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it sounds like the person writing this article has never actually USED flash on a mobile device.... touchscreen support has always been there (since at least the early 2000s) and worked perfectly well.

Um, please pass whatever you are smoking to the next person. Because you really couldn't have just typed that right? You do realize that touch support didn't come to Flash until v10.1.53.64 (June 2010). So please, give Doc Brown back the DeLorean, get out off Marty's lap, and puff, puff, pass, man, puff, puff, pass.

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RE[2]: Comment by d-signet
by henderson101 on Wed 9th Nov 2011 12:38 in reply to "RE: Comment by d-signet"
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Well, Flash 8/9 was on the Nokia Internet Tablets circa 2006 onwards. It did sucked balls though, and never really worked very well.

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RE[2]: Comment by d-signet
by Moochman on Sat 12th Nov 2011 19:06 in reply to "RE: Comment by d-signet"
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You're thinking of *multi-touch* support. Just plain old single-touch support (via mouse events, which still worked fine on touch screens) has been present on Flash for as long as such devices have been around (2002 for Windows Tablet PC, 2003 for devices supporting Flash Lite).

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