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Adobe Flash, the end of an era


#1

As you may have heard, Adobe recently announced the end of support for Flash technology.
They have publicly decided on a final end-of-life date and published it here: https://blogs.adobe.com/conversations/2017/07/adobe-flash-update.html

So where does that leave Extensis?
At Extensis, we realize it’s critical to migrate all of our products from Flash to the next generation platform for interactivity and publishing creative content. We are committed to modernizing all of our Flash components and complete the migration in advance of Adobe’s final end-of-life date.

While we are unable to give you final release dates at this time our work is in progress and will be our focus until it’s completed.

Please stay tuned here and on the Extensis blog site for periodic updates as we continue with our Flash migration.
blog.extensis.com

For additional information please contact our Support Team at:
support@extensis.com

Sincerely,
Chris Meyer
Extensis Product Teams


#2

Greetings,

It’s been a while since my last update so I wanted to inform you where Extensis is on removing Adobe Flash components from its products.
Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Suitcase Fusion
STATUS: Suitcase Fusion does not contain any Flash-based components. No additional work is necessary.

Universal Type Server
In UTS, Flash components exist in the main User Management web application. Note: Flash is not used in either the Server Administration or Client applications.
STATUS: The UTS Team continues working on the removal of Flash components and will deliver a Server update later in 2018. A release date has not been set yet. We will keep you informed as more progress is made.

Portfolio
In Portfolio, Flash components exist in the Server’s web-based Administration application.
STATUS: The Portfolio Team continues working on the removal of Flash components and will deliver a Server update later in 2018. A release date has not been set yet. We will keep you informed as more progress is made.