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On 13-Sep-06, at 3:03 PM, Caroling Geary wrote:
This also affects QuickTime 7.1.3 on Windows too.
On "other'" QT lists, Apple is saying nothing about it, so it's a pretty safe assumption they don't really care what any Developer thinks. My guess is they want out of supporting the interactive market and have decided this is the best way to get everyone to switch to Flash - sort of like they did with SMIL, QuickDraw 3D, Sprites and other technologies they've dumped.
It's just another step further down the slippery slope of Quicktime's irrelevance and ultimate demise.
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