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    In the recent article, Palm announced that Flash will only work in the browser. This gave me an idea for a "flash app" work-around. In the browser, you set a bookmark to a webpage hosted on the Palm Device itself. This page scans a folder on the media partition, and loads/creates a list of links to flash apps stored in that folder. This page becomes a sort of Flash Launcher. Maybe WebOS-Internals would like to integrate these special flash apps into an ipkg format and have a flash app repository through Preware (awesome work, btw!). What do you guys think?
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    Think of it this way:

    The webos browser centers around a webview widget.
    The webview in the browser will be able to display embedded flash.
    The webview widget is available publicly for all developers.

    End result: flash developers can make a webos app with a webview widget pointing to an included file with an embedded flash file.

    No new techniques needed
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    jason, I think I'm in love with you.
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    If Palm limits the webview widget to not allow Flash objects outside of the browser, how about a Launcher link directly to a Flash file itself, skipping the need to load an HTML page?

    No good for the Dev, but could work for the user.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrloserpunk View Post
    jason, I think I'm in love with you.
    uhhhh... Yea... I kinda expected a winking smiley face indicating you were kidding... Hmmm lol

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