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Archive for April, 2008

Ughhh I’m right there, it works, it’s alive….but I have a bug that’s driving me to drink. I worked in the AS3 Flickr library with MyStylez to add some Flickr + AIR goodness like drag and drop photos for upload and to use in the MySpace layouts. The first time I call service.photos.getSizes() (to get […]

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New site for PXL Blog

I migrated the old PXL Blog to this nifty new subdomain for a few reasons. The biggest one being I wanted to use WordPress as opposed to Nucleus CMS, which is what I was using previously. WordPress is just a far superior tool. The other reason was because I wanted my nifty new subdomain So […]

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I’d like to say Congratulations to the winners of the first ever Attest contest! In no particular order, they are: Gareth Arch Clearwater, FL – USA flexfusion.archfamily.com Maciek Maliborski Third rock from the Sun http://maliboo.pl R. Jon MacDonald Portland, OR – USA http://www.jonnymac.com/blog Hassan Elousami The Netherlands h DOT elousami AT uvt DOT nl Nice […]

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Did you know that you can get the Flex 3 Developer certification (when that becomes available) for $50, 30-60 questions, in an hour or less, from your desktop? How can it be? Adobe recertification exams my friend For any current ACE’s holding the Flex 2 certification, the price is $50 for 30-60 multiple choice questions […]

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MyStylez 1.0.9 was released today with a cool HSlider for sorting/filtering templates in the layout browser. That’ll make it easier to sift through the designs quickly as I add more premade templates, especially once theres a ton of them (when this will happen, I have no clue). Very cool to see MyStylez working great on […]

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Been slacking a bit on blogging, but this has actually been out for a while now. Not enough hours in the day Anyway, MyStylez is now officially supported on Mac OSX, and there have been a few tweaks here and there. This app is too fun to work on, I’ve met a heap of people […]

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