Given this progress, and in collaboration with several of our technology partners — including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla — Adobe is planning to end-of-life Flash. Specifically, we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020 and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to these new open formats.
When I firstly installed, I was a little bit lost about the menu and interface. For example, on the configuration screen, I could not see the “Go” or “Save” links/button. Well, it’s there, using a small green arrow icon.
Support multiple tumblelogs from Tumblr, using Tumblr domain or custom domain.
But, there are some limitations (it’s more about my personal preferences):
When writing a “Quote”, there is no textarea to write the description. It’s only an “input” type.
Entry history. If you have many contents, you only see your last 20 entries.
Inline editing. All posted contents can’t be edited from the interface.
Those features seems not available for now — based on my observation. But, I’m fine with that since this is the best Tumblr desktop client I found so far. If you have any recommendation, please share.
Anyway, if you want to install Tumblweed, you need to have Adobe AIR installed first.
Engage users with highly innovative and cinematic experiences using custom effects and filters created with Adobe Pixel Bender and native 3D effects. Innovate with text to create new types of publications using an advanced text engine, typographic control, and new layout options.
Flash Player 10 leverages the GPU to deliver faster performance for applications and videos. The vector data type, multicore support, and open source ActionScript Virtual Machine 2 (AVM2) all contribute to highly scalable code execution performance. Text-rendering improvements boost performance and rendering quality for Asian languages.
Or, you can read the overview (PDF, 1.33MB) first before downloading.
Some of you probably have heard about Adobe Photoshop’s new logo. Yes, that’s right. Photoshop family of products now has its own logo. Wait… not only logo, but also a new tagline: See What’s Possible.
You can read John Nack’s post about this new logo. The discussion is also interesting. You’ll find more interesting references and links there.