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I've read that you can write text files to the user's hard drive with CS4's FileReference.save, in a manner similar to AIR's FileStream class.  I was wondering if anyone knows if this is possible for images too?
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by:Aneesh Chopra
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yes, it can write ByteArray data also..
hence, images can also be saved..
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here is a sample application, you need Flash Player 10 to see it functional
http://www.everythingflex.com/flex3_fp10/savetodisk/SaveToDisk.html

here is more details
http://blog.everythingflex.com/2008/10/01/filereferencesave-in-flash-player-10/
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