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Hello,
Is there a way to integrate Java with Micromedia Flash, so at the end my Flash Movie will be visual representation of my application and Java will be the logic behind it.
thanks,
Alex
 
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Hello,
I haven't used Flash in a while (2 years), but I seem to remember that with Flash you could create a layer (or section or whatever it's called) appear whenever you wanted that did contain html, which I don't see why couldn't include an applet tag.
Doesn't Macromedia have forums for their products?
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-Dirk Schreckmann
 
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Why yes they do...
Here's the link:
Macromedia Flash Support Forums
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The only support for embedding Flash in Java is the Media Framework. Last I red, it only supports embedding Flash 2 which is useless. Java apps, such as Opera had to have special Java players made for them. Hopefully in future releases of the JMF (Java Media Framework) they'll have more support
 
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