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Hey i am trying to make a flash program i made compatible with mac.. does anyone know how to do this?
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Flash already works on a Mac.
There isn't anything you need to do in order to make it compatible.
All you need is the Flash Player app.

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Well this is what i'm doing... I created a flash presentation and burned it to a CD .. when i put it in a PC it works just fine ... but when i put it on a mac... not so much...
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Well this is what i'm doing... I created a flash presentation and burned it to a CD .. when i put it in a PC it works just fine ... but when i put it on a mac... not so much...
Please correct me if I am wrong, but it sounds like you are looking to have the .swf auto-launch on insertion of the CD.
If that is the case, it has nothing to do with Flash and everything to do with how each OS handles mounted media.
In short, Windows (which I assume you mean by 'PC') can auto-launch apps and such from a CD.
Mac OS X cannot.

If that isn't the case, then you will need to tell us more about what isn't 'working' when you put the disc in a Mac.

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Did you save the flash presentation as an exe file, that is a windows executable

Mac with play regular swf files just fine
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