- From: "Thommy M." <thommy.m.malmstrom@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 26 Mar 2007 01:44:13 -0700
On Mar 23, 10:24 pm, Michael Laajanen <michael_laaja...@xxxxxxxxx>
Casper H.S. Dik wrote:
g...@xxxxxxxxx (Greg Andrews) writes:
Casper H.S. Dik <Casper....@xxxxxxx> writes:
Michael Laajanen <michael_laaja...@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
Since we just received a beta for flash on both Sparc and AMD, is there
nothing going on for Acroread of AMD it is almost the missing piece for
normal usage on S10 and AMD?
Flash, of course, was created by a completely different company,
macromedia. AFAIK, all our dealings wrt flash are through that
company and I'm sure those folks do not know anything about Adobe.
But they do. Adobe acquired Macromedia just over a year ago:
There may not have been enough time to fully integrate the product
lines in the way Michael asked about, but after a year there should
be some amount of integration.
I know that, but that doesn't make one iota of difference.
As a Swede, what means "iota of"?
Swede here to and I know iota. We have jota for the same, at least in
the southern part of the country ;-)
It's was a different company when the flash contracts were done.
Does that mean that Sun did pay for flash 9?
Maybe, maybe not. That's what usually is called a business secret.
But I think they should put in some bucks and/or serious requests
to get AcroRead compiled for x86. Probably that's what Murdock is
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