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Flash replacement

Hello,
I just read several times into this forum that Flash is not supported and it will be not supported.

So, I would like to ask:
* how do you plan to support vector graphic?
* is the Yahoo! ConnectedTV into the Adobe OpenScreenProject?
* Is HTML5 supported?

Thanks for your time,
d.

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  • QUOTE (Daniele @ Nov 10 2009, 03:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hello,
    I just read several times into this forum that Flash is not supported and it will be not supported.

    So, I would like to ask:
    * how do you plan to support vector graphic?
    * is the Yahoo! ConnectedTV into the Adobe OpenScreenProject?
    * Is HTML5 supported?

    Thanks for your time,
    d.

    Regarding HTML support, the answer is no. Here is a post regarding this: http://developer.yahoo.net/forum/index.php...hl=html+support.
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  • QUOTE (Steve @ Nov 11 2009, 10:45 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Regarding HTML support, the answer is no. Here is a post regarding this: http://developer.yahoo.net/forum/index.php...hl=html+support.


    HTML5 features that could be nice in this medium and are outside of the "user interface semantics for interacting with webpages" are:

    - The canvas tag for immediate mode 2D drawing
    - Offline storage database

    Not that they're necessary, but they could both be very useful.
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  • QUOTE (peterr_55301 @ Nov 16 2009, 11:09 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    - The canvas tag for immediate mode 2D drawing
    - Offline storage database



    1) A TV is not a PC. Remember, you are not running on a desktop class processor. Try pulling out that computer you had in 1998 and using canvas tags on it, similar experience.

    2) Already possible and well documented.
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