@256 I had a demo of this, as well as Macromedia Dreamweaver.

Now I despise Dreamweaver but back then I was dreaming of having those things...
@256 Those were the days. Flash intros! I still have a "museum" of my old sites with a good bit of bouncy flash balls thrown in at https://brainbaking.com/post/2020/10/a-personal-journey-through-the-history-of-webdesign/
Although I was a bit saddened to see the <marquee/> trend go...

@256 This cursed shit should have been killed off around the time this version was released...

@BalooUriza @256 But that means we wouldn't have Flash minigames all over the net!

@Starstorm_X1 We'd still have em but things like Javascript probably would have developed faster. or Java in the browser.
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@BalooUriza @256 Or something like HTML5? We probably would've gotten a Friday Night Funkin-grade hit sooner...

@256 I remember the first time I used this. It was after school at a friend house we tried to make a Vectorman (the Sega genesis character) animation. Making a couple of circles move around the screen was just magical

@256 Sneer all you want, but Flash paid my rent (and alcoholism) for at least a decade.

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