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    Hi, I'm trying to put a magazine on line and I want to have the pages turn (as in real life) when the viewer clicks continue - anyone got any ideas how to do this, I'm really stuck

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    search the forum. this was done a while a go.

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    I have got some files that might be of some use. Post your email addy and I can send them to you.

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    Thanks Jomis - it's paul@rendezvousontour.co.uk

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    Originally posted by rendezvous
    Hi, I'm trying to put a magazine on line and I want to have the pages turn (as in real life) when the viewer clicks continue - anyone got any ideas how to do this, I'm really stuck

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    Hi,
    Is this what you mean? (Don't mind the odd letters)
    http://w1.853.telia.com/~u85312749/

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    That's exactly what I mean - could you post your swf please, or tell me how to do it - be careful tho - I'm quite new to this - HUGE thanks

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    Looks like Jer beat me to the punch on this one. How are things Jerry?

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    Thanks guys - I don't know what I'd do without your help. I hope I can repay it sometime

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    If you're not set about using Flash as your medium for page flipping, try http://www.FlipAlbum.com for a neat program that does page flipping albums. You can add images, text, HTML, and sound. You can export as a self-contained book or export to VCD or to the internet. Very cool!


    -jim

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