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At the same time, the company has announced the availability of the Adobe AIR 3 beta. You can download it directly for Windows and Mac. Last month, Adobe killed AIR for Linux and announced it would focus on mobile instead.
Adobe says that this first beta is a desktop release, but that it is working hard on a mobile version, which will be coming soon. The company also lists the following features and performance enhancements included in the betas of Flash Player 11 and AIR 3:
I honestly don't really care about 3D, but I do care about 64-bit support. It's nice to see that the 64-bit Flash preview Adobe offered back in September 2010 is finally being integrated into the main release.
In related news, Adobe has also announced a new public bugbase system (Adobe Bugbase) where you can file bugs and feature requests for both Flash Player and AIR. The new bugbase is a public front end to Adobe's internal bugbase, which will improve tracking, communication, and responsiveness for issues and feature requests. The former bugbase (Adobe Bug and Issue Management System) will remain available as read-only. Adobe is in the process of transferring over all relevant issues and feature requests to the new system.
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