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    Original URL path: /projects/personal/flash/florida_voting_2000/ (2016-04-28)


  • JSFL: Browse Installed AS Files | Kenny Bunch
    I have posted the Browse Installed AS Files jsfl command for download Written by kbunch Posted in General Post a comment Cancel reply Comment You may use the following HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong pre lang line escaped cssfile Name required Email required will be kept a secret Website File Transfer with Central

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  • files length var path while i i return s FLPBuilder prototype buildFolders function sPath sFolder s var dirs FLfile listFolder sPath directories var i 0 var len dirs length add directory s loop through sub directories while i return s var TEMP FLP PATH fl configURI Commands TEMP var TEMP FLP FILE Test flp Build flp xml string var flp new FLPBuilder Classes Include Create TEMP directory in commands to

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  • Kenny Bunch | thoughts from a software dev and business owner | Page 8
    throw up a single video or collection of videos on the web hence the meaning of ghetto There are ways to make the experience better more fluid profitable easier with tools etc but at the core you are just ripping a video and throwing it on a site Don t get me wrong this is great and I m happy for the shift to this medium I love and want content to continue to be put up in this way I personally push for it and try to make it happen However it ignores the strength of the medium beyond just supplying on demand viewing Interactive Video Enter the concept of interactive video What does this mean Well a lot of people are doing variant things with video now so it could mean different things Some use video as a highlight element and not the driver of the experience In my case video is the content it tells the story From a content creator s perspective you have to go beyond providing just a video view You have to provide the ability to dig into that story That experience then becomes a driver beyond just the video s view I ve heard many discussions about how video interlaced with related content should tell a story and implementations that attempt it but I ve always walked away feeling empty I ve always wanted to put my own stamp on it The Struggle Funny thing is I ve had the current AS project idea design and implementation in my head for over 3 years aka Flash6 but never had the approval to do it This was due to having to convince people that video on the web is a viable thing and that it doesn t take away from their viewership but only adds to it I have had a strategy that I employed this year to overcome this By slowly introducing video to some companies and helping them understand it I first used this to get their video out there then used that to change their technologies and I m now using it to open doors for my ideas I would be lying if I didn t say that without YouTube scaring the pants off them they probably would have held tight to their beliefs of protecting and not releasing their content To that all I can say is thanks YouTube Project Concept Anyways enough talk right What is the concept Simply this particular project seeks to take DVD style experiences to the web with a twist Taking a video show and the related content images audio video or written articles that would be associated with a DVD I seeked to merge both into a linear narrative All of the related content is time coded to the video where the video serves as the linear driver story teller As you watch the content you are given subtle alerts for the associated content which you can then use to jump to and

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  • kbunch | Kenny Bunch | Page 8
    Toronto May 4 2007 Project Adult Swim Interactive Video February 20 2007 PS3 Flash Player Performance and Inputs February 1 2007 Older posts Newer posts subscribe Search for Archives Archives Select Month October 2013 December 2010 September 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 October 2007 July 2007 June 2007 May 2007 February 2007 January 2007 December 2006

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  • Kenny Bunch | Page 6
    Adobe software create very high profile projects with it but I wanted to buy another full license for CS3 web premium on Mac Yesterday I went online to purchase it made my order and then get a response that the order is pending No where before this last state do I recall being informed my purchase was going to take time to process So problem here is that I m onsite with someone and I want to run the software now on a specific OS installed on my box I figured it wasn t so bad since I can do builds of the code with Ant etc and don t need the Flash IDE immediately or can run a different OS Time passes then I get an email saying that my purchase has been declined Since I m using a business credit card with a very high limit this made no sense Therefore I tried to make the purchase again Same thing pending At this point I m wondering what is going on Adobe has online live chat so I opened a conversation only to find that the person is a sales person not a customer rep Great At the same time I had made a call to customer service which finally got answered 2o minutes later by someone in India I gave him all my info and had him check the order He mentions that orders above a 1000 dollars have to be completely approved before processing them Ok I can understand that but a little forewarning goes a long way to my reaction Then he goes on to say that I should get a response in the form of an email about my purchase Super this is what the other email had told me I mentioned the previous purchase I had attempted and the outcome I asked him to check that order He said I had no other orders but I insisted and gave him the which I had saved So he checked it and after 5 minutes responds that my bank turned it down To that I told him it s a credit card company not a bank and asked him if we could just process the order over the phone since a card can be simply called in His response was you will get an email Finally I was getting frustrated and asked for a supervisor So I waited on the phone for 15 minutes and then they hung up on me So yes I hate to say it but Adobe s Store sucks I say it in hopes that maybe the comment will improve it I love Adobe but you can t put your customers through that kind of ringer My outcome I m don t have the software running on the OS I want it to be on so I m not going to be as efficient I m also still waiting on the email approval but I ll probably end up going to

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  • BrowserHistory Class Example
    BrowserHistory Example

    Original URL path: http://www.kennybunch.com/projects/browserhistory_as1/example.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Caching, Updating, and Versioning SWFs | Kenny Bunch
    making it minimal The application swf is still cached and can access the passed in values Hopefully my explanation is clear and helps out Post if you have any questions Written by kbunch Posted in General 10 comments January 10 2005 9 25 am mason Nice write up there Mr Bunch Caching is defiantly a huge issue in Flash development So much so that recently its been one of the selling points benefits people have been talking about for doing Flex development which for me I don t quite buy in more ways than one Calling the version from the embed tag is a very easy and elegant way to go Its not a solve all but its a good start Reply January 10 2005 10 25 am Guy Watson Cheers Kenny It s good practice to write out your object embed tags with javascript during development and append a unique string to the query string to ensure visitors always see the latest release Especially when you have testers checking the application while your building it mymovie swf rn new Date getTime Math random 100 its it highly improbable that the resulting query string will ever be the same twice even if the user changes their system time due to the extra addition of a random number at the end Reply January 10 2005 10 38 am Kenny Bunch Guy Good point about writing out the object embed with js I actually have a custom js class that I use to write out all my swfs However be careful with using a unique everytime in the embed code The reason I say this is server and client efficiency For the server if you are having to serve the same file everytime and noone is caching it and you have tons of concurrent requests your server is going to have to do more especially if the files are large More importantly and I forgot to mention in my post which I ll probably edit in if the client has a slow connection say 56k and the file is 150kb which I consider to be large they will have to wait to download it each time they visit your site On the other hand if it is cached on a version basis then they can use a cached version of the base swf and only load ondemand needed items in the swf Make sense Reply January 10 2005 11 21 am casey corcoran I was reading this and just thought I could probably just use some server side script to get the mod date of the swf and append it to the query string That way you wouldnt have to worry about versioning your swf by hand good idea Reply January 10 2005 11 31 am Kenny Bunch Casey Exactly Mod date is a smart method to automate to I sync mine with the CVS version just so I can look and have a visual indicator to know which version is out

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