F-IN-BOX, .NET Edition Description

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F-IN-BOX is a .NET component that enhances Macromedia / Adobe Flash Player ActiveX features. It does not use its own engine to display movies, but instead provides a wrapper around official swflash.ocx/ flash.ocx code. Loads movies directly from memory. Protects movies. Creates Flash-enabled applications which are ready to work even if the Flash Player ActiveX is not installed! Transparency is fully supported! Flash External API is supported.



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Category: Programming > .NET

Size: 2300KB

OS: Windows NT/2000

Downloads: 20276

License: Demo

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