Both he and I like to work with AS2, even though were exporting to Flash 126.96.36.199 and Central is AS1’ish. This allows you to write components for Central using AS2 and have all the syntax checking, etc. If there is at a later date a namespace conflict, or Macromedia comes out with an official one, you can easily remove these as they are packaged in an MXP.
Thanks for all of your hardwork this weekend, Geoffrey!
<a href=”http://temp.gsolo.com/macromedia/central/classes/CentralClasses1.mxp”>Central AS2 Classes</a>
Read on for full namespace classpaths…