The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
-Running Flash CS5
-Opening a Flash CS4 .fla file
-Building a Flash CS4 .fla file
-Running the built file - All keyboard keys worked without disabling shortcuts,
What does not
-Sound in compiled .swf doesn't work - probably a flash player issu
-Fonts are overly pixelated, some parts of letters are invisible.
What was not tested
Everything except opening, compiling, and running a flash CS4 file
Method of installing - see Thanh Tran's report - is somewhat annoying and requires windows partition
Pixelated fonts and lack of sound - though probably not Flash CS5's fault - is a tad annoying.
Back to Windows for me! Sorry everyone...
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by Wojciech Zylinski on Sunday February 19th 2012, 14:27
I don't see an option to edit ot remove my previous comment, so I decided to post a new one.
If you're using a 64-bit version of Adobe Flash CS5 and it crashes with Error: 3, you have to copy the "pcd.db" file located in "Program Files (x86)/Common Files/Adobe/Adobe PCD" to "Program Files/Common Files/Adobe/Adobe PCD" (you may have to create that folder first).
It is important, that you only copy that file and not the whole "Adobe PCD" folder, as it may cause Photoshop to crash.
Flash CS5 has issue with Wine 1.3.7
by Thanh Tran on Tuesday November 16th 2010, 22:10
I have updated Wine to 1.3.7 and I cannot start Flash CS5 anymore. It stops at splash screen reading "build workspace". I'm trying to figure it out. If anyone wants to run Flash CS5 using my guide, please stay with Wine 1.3.6 for now.