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  • #11
    they already support linux through Android...
    they think that supporting others will be compete against android and chromeOS...

    if you wanna still use debian, fedora and others, its better looking for another company...

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    • #12
      Google earth is available for Linux:
      http://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/agree.html

      As soon as this tool does likewise, I'll update my flash sites with that.

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      • #13
        and there's still plenty of existing Flash content on the web
        http://w3techs.com/technologies/deta...-flash/all/all

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        • #14
          Originally posted by jntesteves View Post
          You don't need to specify a platform there. Simply put: All WYSIWYG HTML editors are crap.
          You stole my words, and in the first post no less.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by mike4 View Post
            Google earth is available for Linux:
            http://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/agree.html
            Not the google earth browser plugin and with it it seems some API.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by jntesteves View Post
              Simply put: All WYSIWYG HTML editors are crap.
              BlueGriffon is far from crap although a bit buggy.

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              • #17
                Googles html5-support is quite weird. Some years ago they made a great fuss about webm and html5, but their own videosite still only shows some of its content via their html5 player, either webm or h264. They haven't even bothered adding a reasonable message, just a standard "flash player needed". I guess it's the add-supported content that don't work, but it's been years! I can't be that hard for them to fix add-support, it can't really be drm or ad-circumvention either as "youtube-dl" and similar tools already works with the flash-player-only-content today. Google is a big company, but youtube is the damn poster-child for web-video.

                If you gonna push something, you can't ignore it all together yourself. Vimeo has have a ok-ish html5-player all along. I'm all for a plugin-free web, I haven't had a flash-plugin on my private computers in 10 years, but this is ridiculous.

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                • #18
                  Anyone tried it in Wine?

                  Without Linux support I might move away from Android/Google for future purchases...it p* me off.

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