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    Nya nya! :p You can't join our club! ;)

    Nya nya!

    :p You can't join our club!

    ;)
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    I was here then! Not been back much since...

    I was here then!

    Not been back much since though. . . . Work suddenly became somewhere that I had to actually work.

    Unfortunately.

    I can remember a forum before this one too, FlashZone I...
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    Never Mind

    Sussed it.

    I instantiate the xml object using this


    function loadFranchisee(IDNO) {
    myIDNO = IDNO;
    var myXML:XML = new XML();
    myXML.ignoreWhite = true;
    myXML.onLoad = processXML;
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    Load Specific Node

    Hi all,

    I want to load the contents of a specific node from an XML document on a button click event.

    Basically I've got a world map, and when you click on the button for say South Africa, I...
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    I'm a man of few words. :) That and I...

    I'm a man of few words. :)

    That and I changed to a job where I couldn't spend all day on Flashkit ;)
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    No-one remembers me. . . Although...

    No-one remembers me. . . <sniff>

    Although that's hardly surprising as I last logged in 08-03-2005 at 02:31 PM

    :rolleyes:
  7. Never mind, found one. Works in I.E. NetScrape...

    Never mind, found one. Works in I.E. NetScrape and Firefox. Opera users will just have to download a decent browser. . .


    (You'd never guess that this is becoming a sore point :p)

    <script...
  8. Cross-browser Add To Favourites/"Bookmark This Site"

    Morning all,

    I've been digging around for a while now, and I can't find the script I need.

    I want to allow users to click a link and add a url I which specify to their Favourites or Bookmarks...
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    Have a look in the movies section of this site....

    Have a look in the movies section of this site.
    There are more than enough examples in there to get you started.
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    Ok, first of all you'll want work on something...

    Ok, first of all you'll want work on something which will allow your players to interact with your game. Look into drag and drop interfaces on this site. - There's loads of material here.

    Then...
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    You have a number of options available. You...

    You have a number of options available.

    You can create a stand-alone Flash executable, or simply a swf for your friend to view in a web page.

    Go to Publish Settings by pressing Ctrl+Shift+F12....
  12. Thread: AS400 Help

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    Never mind, I've figured it out. In case...

    Never mind, I've figured it out.

    In case anyone would like to know, as I spent hours searching for how to do this:

    I set up a system DSN on my web server, pointing to the AS400 machine.

    Then...
  13. Thread: AS400 Help

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    AS400 Help

    Hi all,

    I've just started my new job, and the main database they're running here is an AS400. I'm familiar with using SQL etc, but I've never encountered an AS400 before. . .

    I need to get my...
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    You could figure out the user's screen resolution...

    You could figure out the user's screen resolution using JavaScript, and resize the window to fit. Then in the publish settings for your movie, under the html tab, set the dimensions to percent, and...
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    You can use JavaScript to figure out the user's...

    You can use JavaScript to figure out the user's resolution.

    <SCRIPT language=JavaScript>

    var he = window.screen.availHeight;
    var wi = window.screen.availWidth;

    </SCRIPT>

    Then just do a...
  16. Thread: Movies

    by Highlander
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    There is a great tutorial section on this very...

    There is a great tutorial section on this very site!

    http://www.flashkit.com/tutorials/
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    Gotta be either Baked Beans on toast topped with...

    Gotta be either Baked Beans on toast topped with grated cheese and black pepper, or

    The ultimate sandwich - Cheese, Crisps, and Salad Cream on white bread. . .


    Mmmmmmmm

    <slurp>
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    What about "Dunce" pronounced with a lisp. . . ...

    What about "Dunce" pronounced with a lisp. . .


    Front indeed.
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    Here's another drinking related one. (How...

    Here's another drinking related one. (How unusual)

    In the UK, people would often drink out of tankards*. From time to time, you will see a glass-bottomed tankard. The origin of these...
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    Did you know that you can make up any old...

    Did you know that you can make up any old rubbish, and people will believe it, and no-one knows why. . . . ?


    The "fact" about the duck's quack, is in fact a load of old rubbish. You can create...
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    The drink of 1/2 a pint of Guinness and 1/2 a...

    The drink of 1/2 a pint of Guinness and 1/2 a pint of cider mixed together is commonly called "Black Velvet" in the UK.

    However, it is more accurately known as "Poor Man's Black Velvet."

    The...
  22. Create the animation in your mc. For example: ...

    Create the animation in your mc. For example:

    Frame 1 empty with stop action applied.

    Frame 2 Box moves from centre to left using a motion tween finishing in frame 10.

    In main movie...
  23. The only way I can think of, would be to use...

    The only way I can think of, would be to use Modify>Shape>Soften Fill edges on the shape you want to blur. . .

    Then duplicate this layer and offset it slightly from the first one. Then stick...
  24. Hmmm. I'll have a play around and get back to...

    Hmmm.

    I'll have a play around and get back to you. . .
  25. I think the best bet would be to create the image...

    I think the best bet would be to create the image in photoshop, use Save For Web and export the image as a jpg or png. Then import the image into flash.

    You could try something like the example...
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