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Macromedia Projector Skeleton doesn't work properly in W10

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Rettof69, Sep 4, 2015.

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  1. Rettof69

    Rettof69 Thread Starter

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    Hi there,
    Sorry, I'm not a native speaker in English, but I hope you can understand my problem.

    In W7 I used programs made with Macromedia Projector Skeleton without any problems.
    After the upgrading to W10, the programs made with this, have a cracking sound and some parts are only to view after moving the mouse over those spots. So, I start with black, by moving the mouse the picture shows.
    I don't think its a problem with drivers: I can view and listen YouTube and it sounds normal.
    So, in my opinion the problem is Projector Skeleton, but I don't know what to do to run these programs properly, as I can find no upgrade. I know that Macromedia is now part of Adobe.
    Who can help?
     
  2. Oddba11

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    Assuming it is a "Projector Skeleton" issue, then the only resolution is an update from Macromedia.

    Having said that, your description of the problem sounds like a video driver issue.

    Regardless, both of those problems are a result of trying to use a new OS, and both require updates to resolve the problem (either from Macromedia or the video chipset provider).
     
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