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Chapter 1: Flash Lite 2.x Overview
About Flash Lite 2.x features
ActionScript 2.0
Device video playback
Local, persistent data storage (Flash Lite shared objects)
Support for loading device-specific sound and image formats
New system capabilities information
Support for additional device keys, including QWERTY keyboard support and support for up to 11 soft keys
Rich text formatting (partial support)
Ability to control backlight duration and set custom focus rectangle color
Support for ActionScript 2.0, which lets you use advanced programming techniques including classes, interfaces, and strict data typing
Synchronized device sound
XML processing support
Several ActionScript classes available in Flash Player 7 are unsupported or partially supported in Flash Lite 2.0
Socket communication using the XMLSocket class (available in Flash Lite 2.1)
Support for communication with Flash Media Server
Remote shared objects (local shared objects are partially supported)
Native support for Flash Video (FLV) playback
Support for Flash Application Protocol (the binary data communication protocol used by Flash Remoting)
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) formatting with text fields
Masking with device fonts
Bitmap smoothing while rendering at high-quality
Flash Lite 2.1 new features
Flash Lite 2.0 ActionScript
Introduction to Flash Lite 2.x ActionScript
Flash Lite 2.x ActionScript Language Reference
The “Learning ActionScript 2.0” topic in Using Flash
Device video playback
Bundle the original video data in the SWF file.
Load an external video file from the device’s memory card, or over the network.
Loading device-specific sound and image formats
Flash Lite shared objects
Synchronized device sound
Text features
All text in Flash Lite 2.0 is Unicode-based.
Flash Lite 2.0 provides partial support for HTML formatting and the TextFormat ActionScript class.
Additional key support
About components in Flash Lite
Chapter 2: Creating Interactivity and Navigation
About user interaction in Flash Lite
Keys supported by Flash Lite
Using default navigation in Flash Lite
Default navigation modes
Four-way navigation
Four-way navigation with wraparound
About the focus rectangle
Guidelines for using default navigation
Customizing the focus rectangle
Controlling focus with ActionScript
To create a custom text input focus manager
About controlling tab order in two-way navigation
Handling key and button events
Handling button events
To create a button event handler
Creating a simple menu using buttons and default navigation
To create a simple menu using buttons
Handling key events
Writing an event listener
Using a key listener to handle keypress events
To use an event listener to handle keypress events
Using the soft keys
To use the soft keys in an application
Chapter 3: Working with Text and Fonts
About text in Flash Lite
Creating and formatting text
Using input text fields
Using inline text input (Flash Lite 2.1)
About inline input text fields and navigation
Activating input text fields with ActionScript
Supported languages
About the input mode indicator
Using the device’s input text dialog box (Flash Lite 2.0)
Specifying types of input text fields
Restricting character input
Input text dialog boxes (Flash Lite 2.0)
Font rendering methods in Flash Lite
Use fonts that are available on the device
Render the font as a bitmap
Render the font as anti-aliased vectors
To select a font rendering method for a text field
Flash Lite rendering quality and anti-aliased text
Embedding font outlines in SWF files
To embed font outlines for a dynamic or input text field
Text field example application
To create the text field example application
Creating scrolling text
To create a scrolling text field and control it with ActionScript
Chapter 4: Working with Sound, Video, and Images
About sound in Flash Lite
Using device sound
Using bundled device sound
To import and play a device sound
Creating a sound bundle
To create a sound bundle file
Playing external device sounds
About synchronizing device sounds with animation
Determining supported device sound formats
Using native Flash sounds
Using the 8kHz sampling rate feature
To enable the 8kHz sampling rate feature for an individual sound
To enable the 8kHz sampling rate feature globally for all native sounds
Using device video
Using bundled device video
Importing device video
To import a device video by using the Import Video wizard
To import a device video by using the Library panel
Bundled device video example
To import and play a bundled device video
Playing a bundled video directly from the library
To play a video directly from the library
Using external device video
Viewing and editing device video symbol properties
To open the Video Properties dialog box, do one of the following
To import a device video into a video symbol
To assign an identifier to a video symbol
Determining supported video formats
Limitations of device video
Controlling video with ActionScript
Loading external images
Chapter 5: Developing Flash Lite Applications for BREW
BREW basics
Developers
National Software Testing Laboratories (NSTL)
QUALCOMM
Operators (carriers)
Device manufacturers
Flash Lite and BREW development tools
Hardware
Windows computer
BREW-enabled devices with test bit set
Data cables
Software
BREW SDK and BREW Tools Suite
USB drivers for targeted devices
Flash Lite extension for BREW-enabled devices
Flash Lite features that BREW supports
Built on Macromedia® Flash® Player 7 from Adobe, supports ActionScript 2.0
XML data handling
Persistent data management
Device, vector fonts
Device sound for events
Inline video (restricted to the video formats that are supported on the device)
Streaming video
XML sockets
Network access and HTTP streaming
Inline text support
Dynamic multimedia
Keypad and keyboard support
Flash Lite features that BREW does not support
Flash Lite sound decoding
Streaming sound
ActionScript commands
getURL() support
Wallpaper content
Animated ring tones
BREW SDK versions supported
Devices supported
Where to find more information
Setting up your system for BREW
Workflow for setting up your system for BREW
Registering as a BREW developer
Installing the BREW SDK and tools
To install the BREW SDK and Tools Suite
Installing Adobe Flash Lite 2.1 for BREW Devices
Installing USB drivers for devices
Where to find more information
Authoring Flash Lite files for BREW
Workflow for authoring Flash Lite files for BREW
Identify your target devices and Flash Lite content type
Create and test your application in Flash
Identifying your target device and content type
Creating your application in Flash
Launching a browser
Default soft key behavior
Testing your application in Flash
Where to find more information
Getting Started with Flash Lite 2.x (PDF)
Testing Flash Lite Content (Help topics)
Publishing Flash Lite files for BREW
About publishing Flash Lite files for BREW
File types
MIF files
SIG files
To obtain a SIG file
BAR files
Device file structures for different BREW versions
Workflow for publishing and testing Flash Lite files for BREW
Using the BREW Publisher wizard to publish application files
To use the BREW Publisher wizard to publish application files
Using the BREW Simulator to test your application
To test your application with the BREW Simulator
Device packs
To increase the memory for a single Simulator session
To make the memory increase persist across Simulator sessions
To make the Examples file size increase persist across Simulator sessions
Where to find more information
Uploading files to BREW devices
About uploading Flash Lite applications for BREW
Prerequisites
Workflow for uploading applications
Uploading Flash Lite Extension files to the device (first use only)
AppLoader hints and best practices
Uploading applications to a BREW 2.x device
To upload an application to a BREW 2.x device
Uploading applications to a BREW 3.x device
To upload an application to a BREW 3.x device
Testing applications on the device
Where to find more information
Chapter 6: Optimizing Content for Performance and Memory
Chapter 7: Testing Flash Lite Content
Overview of Flash Lite testing features
Testing features not supported by the emulator
Testing inline text in Flash Lite 2.1
Using the emulator
Invoking Adobe Device Central
Setting emulator debug options
Trace messages
Information messages
Warning messages
To set Flash Lite output options
Interacting with the emulator
About content types
Flash Lite specific information in the emulator
About screen size and available Stage size
Flash Lite features not supported by the emulator
Unsupported ActionScript commands
FullScreen
GetFreePlayerMemory
GetTotalPlayerMemory
Launch
Quit
StartVibrate
GetNetworkConnectStatus
GetNetworkRequestStatus
GetNetworkStatus
About playing a device video in the emulator
Errors
Appendix A: Warning and Error Messages
Adobe Device Central emulator error and information messages
Error code FTPA002
Message FSCommand is ignored.
Error code FTPA003
Message loadVariables is ignored
Error code FTPA004
Message loadMovie is ignored
Error code FTPA005
Message The call to GetURL for URL was ignored because there was more than one request per keypress
Error code FTPA006
Message The call to GetURL for URL was ignored because it was not associated with a keypress
Error code FTPA007
Message getProperty or setProperty not supported for: movieclip property
Error code FTPA008
Message getProperty or setProperty not fully supported for: movieclip property
Error code FTPA009
Message startDrag and stopDrag are not supported
Error code FTPA014
Message getURL is ignored
Error code FTPA015
Message The call to loadMovie for URL was ignored because there was more than one request per keypress
Error code FTPA016
Message The call to loadMovie for URL was ignored because it was not associated with a keypress
Error code FTPA017
Message The call to loadVariables for URL was ignored because there was more than one request per keypress
Error code FTPA018
Message The call to loadVariables for URL was ignored because it was not associated with a keypress
Error code FTPA019
Message The call to FSCommand with arguments command-arguments was ignored because there was more than one request per keypress
Error code FTPA020
Message The call to FSCommand with arguments command-arguments was ignored because it was not associated with a keypress
Error code FTPE001
Message The key will not be processed: keyname ASCII Value: value
Error code FTPE013
Message Input text fields are not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS010
Message Streaming Sound is unsupported
Error code FTPS011
Message Only a single sound can be played at a time (no mixing)
Error code FTPS012
Message Event sound was ignored because it was not associated with a keypress
Error code FTPS021
Message Sound not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS022
Message ADPCM sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS023
Message MP3 sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS024
Message MIDI sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS025
Message PCM sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS026
Message Debug movie is not supported in the specified test movie player
Error code FTPS027
Message Sound Bundle found
Error code FTPS028
Message Invalid FSCommand2 commandname command found
Error code FTPS029
Message FSCommand2 command-name command found
Error code FTPS030
Message FSCommand2 command-name command not supported in the emulator, please test it on the device
Error code FTPS031
Message More than one instance of URL Request calls found, only one allowed per keypress/frame
Error code FTPS032
Message A call to GetURL(URL) found, limitations might apply
Error code FTPS033
Message A call to loadVariables (URL) found, limitations might apply
Error code FTPS034
Message A Call to FSCommand (commandname) found, limitations might apply
Error code FTPS035
Message A call to loadMovie(URL) found, limitations might apply
Error code FTPS036
Message N kilobytes of device-sound sound found in sound bundle
Error code FTPS037
Message SMAF sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS038
Message The call to StartVibrate was ignored because there was more than one request per frame or event
Error code FTPS039
Message FSCommand2 SetInputTextType (command-arguments) found, not supported in the emulator, please test it on the device
Error code FTPS048
Message Four Way Navigation is not supported for this device
Error code FTPS049
Message Four Way Navigation with wraparound is not supported for this device
Error code FTPS050
Message Generic MFI sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS051
Message Unsupported Mouse Event (eventname) found
Error code FTPS067
Message SMAF(MA-2) sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS068
Message SMAF (MA-3) sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS069
Message SMAF (MA-5) sounds not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS070
Message MFI sounds with Fujitsu extension not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS071
Message MFI sounds with Mitsubishi extension not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS072
Message MFI sounds with NEC extension not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS073
Message MFI sounds with Panasonic extension not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS074
Message MFI sounds with Sharp extension not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS075
Message MFI sounds with Sony extension not supported for the selected content type on this device
Error code FTPS099
Message Print commands are not supported
Error code FTPS100
Message Device-sound sound is chosen in sound bundle
Error code FTPS101
Message None of the formats in the sound bundle are supported on this device
Error code FTPS102
Message SMAF sound playback failed
Error code FTPS105
Message This SWF is not in Flash Lite format
Error code FTPS106
Message Mouse Event (event-name) was ignored because it was not triggered by Keypress
Error code FTPS107
Message The key will not be processed: device-key. Use FSCommand2 SetSoftKeys to enable this key
Error code FTPS108
Message Invalid FSCommand (commandname) found
Error code FTPS109
Message FSCommand (command-name) not supported in the emulator, please test it on the device
Error code FTPS110
Message Soft keys are not supported in the Flash Lite 1.0 player
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