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    Can someone  recommend some flash editors and flash development software(open source) for linux?

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-> http://f4l.sourceforge.net/

 Corel Draw -> http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/previews/1981/3/
... a powerful and feature-packed vector graphics tool that brings Flash authoring to the Linux desktop, along with some other features design professionals will find some use for....
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Just in case you don't already know... Flash MX runs fine under Wine, and is guaranteed to run fine using crossover office..

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