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    question

    do I have to add the mp3 from the "linkage" thing?

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    Nope. Indogos example has you place the mp3 in the same directory as the swf. It should work.

    This is a coded one for you using a full url.

    http://sandbox.blogdns.com/examples/Sarahmical.html
    http://sandbox.blogdns.com/examples/Sarahmical.fun

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    Thank you!
    It does work! It's amazing!
    But what if I want the music to start without clicking "play"?

    Sarah
    ps: thank you very much! once more!

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    up to my .as in code Chris_Seahorn's Avatar
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    In that case you would just place the code from post # 278 of this thread (his original reply) somewhere in your _root timeline or a clips event.

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    Wow, it's great!
    it works!
    thanks thanks thanks!

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    Well glad we got that one sorted ...was past my bedtime....
    I tend to use absolute links(http://..) to keep life simple and to make it simple to move the flash around.
    Right off to look at your site again..

    regards

    mike

    edit..yay listening now..... very sweet.............m3u never seem to work for me for some reason but you'll agree its a neat way to add your music
    Last edited by indogo; 04-24-2006 at 07:16 AM.

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    Hello New guy here and I am digging this Koolmoves program. I am still very new but I made a nice header banner for my site. Here it is: www.carnivorecanopys.com

    Thanks,
    Jason

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    Sarah I love the way your site looks!
    What a great voice you have
    Heres mine, It's only part flash seeing I'm still learning
    http://donitasplace.com

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    Hello this is not nowere near done yet but wanted to know what you guys think befor i finish it

    http://70.183.0.24/myPlayground/myPlaygorund2.4.html
    Last edited by Makulaf; 07-06-2006 at 12:58 PM.
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    Link doesn't seem to be working

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    Movie won't load or it's HYPER HUGE.... how big is your file size ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makulaf
    Hello this is not nowere near done yet but wanted to know what you guys think befor i finish it

    http://70.183.0.24/myPlayground/myPlaygorund2.4.html
    This doesn't load and i have cable. Post again when you got it down. tmoore935
    Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used.

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    ~~Drew~~
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    New Music Site

    here's a site I put together as a new Koolmoves user for a upcoming CD release.

    Any pointers are appreciated!

    Revengeof the KissingBug.com

    Still struggling with post operation and variables for the reply form. I currently get my data with lots of graphic and locator variables I'm not aware of assigning...

    Thanks, Chipal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chipal
    Still struggling with post operation and variables for the reply form. I currently get my data with lots of graphic and locator variables I'm not aware of assigning...

    Thanks, Chipal
    Looks good Chipal, the reason you are see all those variables is that you are using getURL to send your variables to the cgi program
    Code:
    on (press, release, releaseOutside) {
          getURL('http://formmail.dreamhost.com/cgi-bin/formmail.cgi', '', 'POST');
        }
    and when you do that it sends ALL the variables in the movie clip that the button is in.

    you might want to consider using the loadVars command that way you assign the variables you want to send. There are two good examples of this in the exchange. http://koolexchange.com

    I also noticed that you can send an empty message by clicking the button as well. You might want to do some basic checks to make sure the email and name are filled in and valid. My example in the exchange does that as well. Both examples use PHP server side but it should work find for the CGI that you are using.

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    Thanks for your reactions gentlemen. I know you're a couple of the heavy hitters around here.

    I did play around with your example before, Bret, cutting down the number of fields. I'm not sure I understand the little response pane after the submit. I would get data through but get an "undefined" report in the box(from the server?). Can you still get a redirect response or is this an error that stops the whole show?

    I WILL eventually get the lvar thing down. Tried to search for tutorials & such - the manual is pretty sketchy in this regard. Great to have your example availalble!

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    Oops

    Oops.

    I see now - I was looking at the much more extensive form by Chris. I found Bret's email form. Seems to work well and is suited for my needs. I will study it and see how it ticks.

    Thanks again

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    both use the same basic loadVars principle, Chis is great example of a complex form. Mine is simple email form with basic message only. The code is pretty similar.

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    I was surpeised you didn't ask me how I got your code Just shows that flash code is not secure

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