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Intel Mac Support Added to ScreenTime for Flash

Intel Mac Support Added to ScreenTime for Flash

by , 11:55 AM EDT, August 4th, 2006

ScreenTime Media announced the immediate availability of ScreenTime for Flash 3.2 on Friday. ScreenTime for Flash converts Flash SWF files into screen savers. The updated version adds Universal Binary support, and includes over 50 custom STF functions that developers can use to set individual animations for each display in a multi-display environment, control screen saver previews and options, and more.

ScreenTime for Flash 3.2 is priced starting at US$199. The update is free for users that purchased the application in the last 12 months, and $99 for all other registered users.

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