mProjector now supports Flash desktop application creation for Intel Macs, command line building from Eclipse and Flex, and Flash IDE integration.

Escondido, CA - August 31 2006: Screentime Media today announced mProjector 2R10 for Mac OS and Windows.

mProjector is the premier tool for fast, powerful application development in Flash. It is the only way to create applications with "Flash Shaped" windows and supports Windows and Mac OS X.

mProjector extends the power of Flash by adding new ActionScript classes directly into Flash and you can build applications within Flash, from a command line, or from the mProjector standalone application.

New capabilities in R10 include Native Intel Mac OS X playback, command line building from Eclipse or Flex and integration into the Flash IDE for rapid application development. R10 also adds support for Japanese character input, has an enhanced right click menu, The windows version of mProjector sports a brand new user interface, and can build applications as small as 250kb.

The Mac OS X version of mProjector includes a completely rewritten http back-end giving much higher performance and compatibility with network resources, including Flash remoting and data streaming. Drag-and-drop is now also supported on Mac OS X.

Fully functional trial versions:

Windows: Download Trial For Windows

Macintosh: Download Trial For Mac OS X

Pricing: mProjector sells for $199 USD per OS or $299 for both Mac OSX and Windows. Upgrades to version 2R10 are free to all registered mProjector users.

Competitive upgrades are $99 contact for details.

Screentime Media has been enhancing Flash since 1997. ScreenTime Media software enables Flash developers to build desktop applications, screen savers, and wallpaper for the Mac OS X and Windows operating systems. All Screentime software is available for the Mac OS X and Windows operating systems.
Free fully functional demonstration versions are available from the Screentime Media website.