So, I recently read the Swiftblade prestige class on the wizards website. However, one thing there caught my eye:
Perpetual Options (Ex): At 9th level, you can perform even more actions with the haste spell. Instead of making one extra attack at your highest base attack bonus while under the effect of a haste spell that you cast yourself, you now have the choice of making one extra move action or one extra standard action. For example, you could make three consecutive move actions with this ability, two move actions and one standard action, one move action and two standard actions, a full attack action and a move action, a full attack action and a standard action, a full round action and a move action, or a full round action and a standard action.
(http://archive.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/prc/20070327, emphasis mine)
However, I believe this to be against the standard rules, in reference both to this question and the Players handbook, which says:
Full-Round Action:A full-round action consumes all your effort during a round. The only movement you can take during a full-round action is a 5-foot step before, during, or after the action.
(Player's Handbook, page 139)
Am I right, and this class has been made carelessly? Or is this outside the normal rules? How should I treat this?