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drcreek

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Would be jolly nice if MP could play flash file and videos as i have a collection of weebl and bob & other flash videos that would be most awesome to watch on TV thru Media Portal
 

jondmac

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yes, that would be cool. But it should be posible to use regular flash made exe files (flash projectors), as plugins. Many cool things can be made in flash.
 

mzemina

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    I think you will see after further enhnacements that are planned are implimented that XAML works almost like Flash. I am a big Flash fan but XAML tools will really meet or beat Flash in many areas. Flash development is very expensive and has a very steep learning curve. Just watch MP in upcoming releases (yes you will have to wait) but you should be pleased.

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