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Posted Oct 1, '12 at 2:15pm

feri13

feri13

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i mean adobe flash cs3

 

Posted Oct 1, '12 at 4:42pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

i mean adobe flash cs3


Adobe Flash CS3 is kind of outdated, but it does virtually the same stuff. It most certainly isn't for beginners; have at it after trying 3-4 programs that have been deemed "easier" It also helps to have a little background in flash, because that's the language your can code in. Adobe Flash has an easier, but less flexible, drag-and-drop system, but I don't know if CS3 caries it. It also comes with a hefty price tag.
 

Posted Oct 3, '12 at 4:17pm

feri13

feri13

3 posts

you know i have worked with Qbasic and now i am practicing visual basic

 

Posted Oct 22, '12 at 3:45pm

GameCorp

GameCorp

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Should i stick to a adobe flash cs3 proffessional or just adobe flash cs3 .. does it make a diffrence?

 

Posted Nov 3, '12 at 9:43am

onosan

onosan

1 post

Great sugestion! Thanks : )