Screentime Media on Thursday announced the release
for Mac OS X and Windows. mProjector enables Flash developers to convert their projects into desktop applications that work on Mac OS X and Windows. It’s priced starting at $199.
mProjector enables you to retail Flash-shaped interfaces complete with alpha channel and anti-aliasing support. It supports Flash 8 and Sync commands, can check whether the user has an Internet connection and more.
New capabilities in the R10 release include native Intel-based Mac playback; command line building from Eclipse or Flex and integration into the Flash IDE; support for Japanese character input and an enhanced Right Click menu.
Mac OS X-specific features in the R10 release performance and compatibility enhancements thanks to a rewritten http back-end, and drag and drop.
A trial version is available for download.