1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 11, 2013 1:13 PM by sinious

    Interactive SWF files on Smartboards.

    Karen Lithgow

      Can Flash interactive SWF files be used on Smartboards with their interactivity intact?

        • 1. Re: Interactive SWF files on Smartboards.
          sinious Most Valuable Participant

          The installation requirements asking for FP11.1 or greater is encouraging but how much interactivity do you expect? While it serves as a basic mouse input, the AS3 MultiTouch class will give you information on what it detects support for.


          http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPlatform/reference/actionscript/3/flash/ui/Multitouch.htm l


          The inputMode property will tell you what mode it's supporting (multitouch, gestures or basic mouse), maxTouchPoints tells you how many points Flash will support via the driver and the supportedGestures vector will let you know what built-in gesture detection (rotate, scale, touch, etc) will be supported.


          Contacting SmartTech would be the fastest way to get your answer but there's a good chance you at least have basic touch input with gestures, as long as you're on Win7 or higher (Note: they do say Win8 is not fully supported yet).