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Old 19th October 2009, 21:25   #121  |  Link
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@Ben: http://directshow4sl.codeplex.com/

Maybe it deserves an entry in your blog ?

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Well, that's a pile of awesome! I didn't even know about it.
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no news on silverlight 4 beta (non sdk)? any 64bit versions being developed? linux support? please remove beta tag from this thread as v3 went final many months ago.
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http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/new...ght-64-bit.ars
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that sucks Chrome 64bit will be out soon, you'd have thought that would be enough incentive to release a 64bit silverlight, aswell as 64bit IE6-8 that have been out for 6yrs. Adobe has already stated 64bit flash is coming after flash 10.1. MS just posted huge Q1 profits yet they can spend a small amount on a 64bit silverlight

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Adobe has been stating that "64-bit Windows Flash is just around the corner" for years now. First it was for 9, then after 9, then for 10, then 10.1, now after 10.1.
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no news on silverlight 4 beta (non sdk)? any 64bit versions being developed? linux support?
will be in Silverlight 5...
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