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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    It can.

    While I have not tested in in V4 yet it did this just fine in V3 and I don't think there has been any changes.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    Really? Can you post an example?
    Also I think the Binary object should be ported with Saving disabled (or at the Cache) and loading replaced by downloading.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    Works great - I use it to download sound files and graphics.

    Really simple example
    http://www.flyin.com/download_and_play/index.html

    Downloads MP3 to the cache then starts to play it.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    Ah, that's not what I meant.
    I meant creating a file with an extension like my ByteArray or the save function of the Editbox to the cache directory (or another temporary folder), then being able to load it again.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    You would have to save it on the server or if its just text the Vitalize ini.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    Well for the different file locations problem, you could always check which browser they are currently using at the start of the frame and load from the correct directory based on that.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    LIJI, binary array is already vitalized.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    I think he means the saving aspect. For instance, if you were to use Binary Array to build and handle your own file format, you'd (it seems) have no way to save the result. Not even into the Browser's Cache.

    You'd have to send your Binary Array data to a hosted PHP script, and get it stored online.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    I was replying to:

    Also I think the Binary object should be ported with Saving disabled (or at the Cache) and loading replaced by downloading.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    Oh yea! Vitalize 4 is much better as of what i understand of it. Im looking forward to it. In that same excitement is just some concern about this saving thing. But what you shared is good news. I am happy MooClick is supported and caching is possible... I think we should be able to save, but to the cache directory would do..

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