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    Flash MX 7.0.1 Now Available

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/flash/downloads.html
    • 34 crash bugs found and fixed!
      7 lost/corrupt data bugs
      1 memory leak bug
      Many bugs surrounding double-byte fonts and IME
      MX files no longer fail to Save As
      When using forms, screen code is now correctly saved
      More...
    Release notes: http://www.macromedia.com/support/do...easenotes.html

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    Woah, 34 bugs!
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    Scrolling and selecting text (with word wrap off) should be faster now
    Should be?

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    What about people who have already bought and are wary about the semi-vague bug descriptions?

    I didn't notice anything in there specifically related to the OSX install issues people were having - have these been corrected?

    And will I now have to put:
    Macromedia Flash 7.0.1 MX Professional 2004
    on my resume?


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    This is an update; I don't think it'll correct any install issues as you're updating over a previous install.

    People who already bought should install regardless of whether their issue is listed; if anything just to check if it fixes the issue...

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    Wow, a patch. Last one was...Dreamweaver MX 6.1?

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    Last one was Authorware... Freehand, ExManager, ColdFusion, FlashComm, JRun, then Dreamweaver 6.1 I believe.

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    Oh, but I guess this and a few others weren't really patches. Just updates...

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    Originally posted by PAlexC
    Wow, a patch. Last one was...Dreamweaver MX 6.1?
    Don't forget the "stealth patch" Contribute updater, which actually fixed critical issues in Dreamweaver.

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    This would have a significant importance to me if I used MX2K4. It's sitting right here on my desk, and I probably won't be bothered to install it for months.

    The FLA format really needs to have legacy support instead of this 'Save As...' stuff.

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    Originally posted by CNO
    Don't forget the "stealth patch" Contribute updater, which actually fixed critical issues in Dreamweaver.
    That was 6.1 ... they should have marketed that one better.

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    hmmm, I just saw this. Has anybody used this?

    oh, does it also fix the oft-reported Dreamweaver embed issue too?

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