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I'm using a windows pc, can the hqx file im making be read from a


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I'm using a windows pc. I am making a Macromedia FLASH projector file for windows, but the client also wants it to be viewable on a mac, SO I have to make an .hqx file, can the hqx file im making be read from a cd that was burned from a windows machine? or will it not understand it and require the cd to be reformatted?
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