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Please help me with some flash work

I have a flash banner on my site at http://salesblog.karlgoldfield.com. Please take a look. My question is, is there any easy piece of code I can throw in to add more flash banners and have the movies alternate on click?

Thank you in advance for the help.

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Coding & flash forums.

In reply to: Please help me with some flash work

It may be bad policy for me to refer you to a coding community but you will be able to recieve more help from people who actually know what they are doing.
Adobe has its own forum dedicated to this. Go there first.

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Two possibilities.

In reply to: Please help me with some flash work

1. Do it in javascript. Use Dynamic html, and let it change the flash on a click. It's like changing pictures on a click, which is widely discussed as an example. Shouldn't be to difficult.
2. Do it inside the flash applet. I agree with the previous poster that an adobe forum, or a forum specialized in Flash, would be the place to go.

Kees

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Help!

In reply to: Two possibilities.

Can you give me some example code for doing it in java?

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Re: rotating flash

In reply to: Help!

I didn't say java. I said javascript. That's something else and quite different.

If you don't know the difference, it could well be that this is no DIY job. Why not hire a professional?

And, sorry, I'm far from fluent in javascript. So I don't have any ready code at hand.

Kees

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I was shorthanding

In reply to: Re: rotating flash

Kees,

While I am no expert in any code, the beauty with almost all language is you can mimic what is already done. All I need is someone to show me the correct JAVASCRIPT Happy to on click call different movies.

Thank you for your suggestions....

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