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Short Take: Macromedia launches Flash software exchange site

Macromedia has launched a site where developers can post their own extensions, or new features, for the Flash animation platform and download extensions others have posted. The Macromedia Exchange for Flash is the latest in a series of such exchanges Macromedia has launched for its other software applications. Extensions posted to the Macromedia sites are typically free of charge but developers can charge for them.

Macromedia has launched a site where developers can post their own extensions, or new features, for the Flash animation platform and download extensions others have posted. The Macromedia Exchange for Flash is the latest in a series of such exchanges Macromedia has launched for its other software applications. Extensions posted to the Macromedia sites are typically free of charge but developers can charge for them.