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Ruffle News - May 2023

We have some exciting Ruffle developments to share today!

Big improvements in ActionScript 3!

More fan-favorite games are finally playable again!

Many graphics drawing methods have been implemented and fixed! These games are working now:

XML support is progressing nicely! Thanks to the great work of @evilpie, these games have become playable in Ruffle:

@Aaron1011's work on Stage3D continues! Many of the newer Fancy Pants games are now playable:

Note: Because Stage3D is graphically intensive, only the Ruffle desktop app can currently run these games well.

ActionScript 2 support is improving too!

@Toad06 has implemented some additional XML methods, making Mission in Snowdriftland playable in Ruffle! You can check it out on the Flashpoint testing site (forgive the goofy URL).

The Ruffle desktop app finally has a user inteface!

Thanks to the efforts of @mike and @Dinnerbone, the desktop app now has a menu bar and context menu! You can also open SWF files by dragging them into the Ruffle window.

Ruffle now has a built-in save manager!

Thanks to the work of @danielhjacobs, web builds of Ruffle allow you to back up and restore your progress for any game. Just right-click => Open Save Manager!

We're looking for help localizing Ruffle to other languages!

If you'd like to help translate Ruffle into your language, please join our new CrowdIn project.

Ruffle finally supports copying and pasting text!

Thanks to the efforts of myself and @Toad06, editable text boxes in Ruffle now support cutting, copying and pasting. You can also press Ctrl-A to select all. Check out the demo below, where I create, copy and paste a level code in Super Mario Flash!

We have more awesome things coming up!