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    Made a simple expanding side bar navigation and I am considering making a beginers tutorial for it.
    Its a very basic template and can be easily customized.
    The swf, movie and associated html files are available to download. I would appreciate any comments or suggestions to improve the menu or to reduce file size.

    link at

    http://www.shellswebservice.com/tutorial

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    Not bad - go for your life. bit of color on the items and it'll come up a treat. We welcome any submitted tutorials. You will also find at this address a (very) simple example of a simulated pulldown menu using menu items. Unfortunately, Flash5 didnt support proper pulldowns, but as soon as they do, we'll be including them. Thanks for your support

    http://www.mofosoft.com/samples/pulldown_template.movie

    regards

    InsaneTools

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    Originally posted by dkerr
    Not bad - go for your life. bit of color on the items and it'll come up a treat. We welcome any submitted tutorials. You will also find at this address a (very) simple example of a simulated pulldown menu using menu items. Unfortunately, Flash5 didnt support proper pulldowns, but as soon as they do, we'll be including them. Thanks for your support

    http://www.mofosoft.com/samples/pulldown_template.movie

    regards

    InsaneTools
    dkerr, There is a missing Gif, replaced it with an empty box and it works well.

    Have you seen the tutorial Jason and I have done and posted at Into3dfa site?
    http://geocities.com/into3dfa/

    There wasn't alot of support help here and he an I have been responding with examples and tutorials posted there.

    I'm proud of the animated menu I recently did.
    http://geocities.com/into3dfa/animenu/animenu.htm


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    Yes, saw those recently. All great stuff. Keep up the tutorials!

    InsaneTools

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    version 2.0

    Thanks to several suggestions i recieved
    I have revised and updated the menu. Right-o

    http://shellswebservice.com/tutorials

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    In my concept the Main Idea Its very good, clear and objective. The decoration/Graphic Designs I suppose is to taste of the consumer.
    This reflection that you make maintain the size of the files is very important!!!.
    Hopefully I could find a way to reduce the size in my animations, Ive sincerely not been able.

    the support work that you do it is very important.
    The interesting thing of this is that something we learn each day of all the members

    Thank you very much!!

    Joseph

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    This is a great example. If you want to put it up at into3DFA feel free, either send it to me, or Bret and we'll get it up asap.

    -Jason

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    Originally posted by dkerr
    Yes, saw those recently. All great stuff. Keep up the tutorials!

    InsaneTools
    I can only speak for myself, but if you wish to include any of the examples I have done in a future release, please feel free(a link back to the site would be appreciated, but not necessary). Mine are the ones that are not creditted to anyone. Bret's all have his name on them. All you need is there at the site, simply download the .zip file for each and your ready to go.

    -Jason

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