While there may not be much public discussion in the BeOS community these days, we’ve had many interesting surprises lately to remind us that there are still people out there quietly doing cool stuff. Case in point, IsComputerOn has the first details on a new Flash player in development for ZETA. From ICO:
The player (and Firefox plugin) is a port of the Gnash project, which is, as I’m sure you’ve guessed so far, a Flash player for GNU. Gnash is free, supports OpenGL and can play Flash movies up to version 7.
ICO also has a screenshot of it doing what a Flash player does (no, not showing “Punch the monkey” ads). Very few details are available at this point, but it’s a safe bet that many of us will be watching this project with interest – I give them an A+ for dramatic timing.
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