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Macromedia® Flash™ Enabled Flash Design and Development for Devices by Christian Cantrell, Fred Sharples, Branden Hall, Robert Hall, Bill Perry, Andreas Heim, Glenn Thomas, Mike Chambers, Markus Niedermeier, Phillip Torrone, Steve Leone, Craig Kroeger

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Appendix F. USING FLASH FOR DEVELOPING TOUCH-SCREEN KIOSKS

by Robert M. Hall, www.impossibilities.com

USING FLASH FOR DEVELOPING TOUCH-SCREEN KIOSKS

By now you are aware that there are many alternative areas in which you can apply your skills as a Macromedia Flash MX developer. There is one more area that may be of interest to you and that is the interactive touch-screen kiosk market. This is a variation on the standard desktop PC or web deployment of Flash MX movies, in that it combines aspects of the desktop environment along with total control over the method in which your work is presented, accessed, and manipulated. The types of touch-screen kiosks you might already be familiar with are: ...

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