Simulating mobile content with the new Content Simulator

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The new Content Simulator allows you to effectively simulate how your Flash content is going to behave on a mobile device. This video demonstrates simulation of events specific to mobile, such as touch and drag, geolocation, and reacting to the accelerometer.
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Getting Started
What is Flash Professional CS6? 00:01:26
 
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The Flash Interface 00:00:41
 
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The Welcome Screen 00:00:51
 
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The Main Menu Bar 00:00:94
 
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The Toolbar 00:00:92
 
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The Stage and the Work Area 00:00:43
 
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Generating sprite sheets from the library 00:13:47
 
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Generating sprite sheets from the Stage 00:03:53
 
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Creating a prepackaged AIR app 00:04:59
 
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Using AIR native extensions 00:02:44
 
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Simulating mobile content with the new Content Sim... 00:11:28
 
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