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    Flash on Intel
    Is Flash Universal Binary yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrQuincy View Post
    Is Flash Universal Binary yet?
    Is this what you're referring to? If so, yep ... it's UniBin.

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    Sorry, I meant Flash, the actual software, not the player.

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    No, it isn't.
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    Any news on when it is? Does it run as bad as CS 2 on Intels?

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    I haven't heard anything.
    I don't think that Flash or CS2 runs poorly on Intel machines. There is a slight lag in starting up the first time, but once those apps are going they run really well. The only time you are going to notice a continuing lag on an Intel machine with those apps is if you have less than 1 GB of RAM.
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    I disagree. I've done lots of benchmarks and CS2 on XP runs rings around CS2 on an Intel Mac. Consdering it's under emulation it's good but to a graphics professional it's unacceptable.

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