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Flash CS4 open source equivalent

Posted on 2009-05-19
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Hi Guys,

Is there an Open Source (free) equivalent for Adobe Flash (To make Flash Movies / Animation)?

Similar to PhotoShop vs Gimp

Thank you
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I don't think there is any open source project...  I know there are several old attempts, but they basically all failed...

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