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Standalone Version

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For a stand alone version of Connect!, I could have gone with a number of different solutions.

One, I could just distribute a zip file with the html and js files in it. This did not appeal to me, as it wasn't really any better than just having it on the web.

Two, I could make an Adobe Air application. While I still may do this at some point, I don't want to go through learning where all of the little tweaks have to be done to make it work. Also, I don't want to force players to install Adobe Air.
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