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    Hep needed Please!!

    I have a flash movie which features apartment listing for rent.
    I made a lot of dynamic text fields to which I load variables from a text file.
    And my text file looks something like this:

    &name=Sun Hill
    &station=hayward
    &walk=3min
    &price=320,000

    &name2=Hill Crest
    &station2=fremont
    &walk2=10min
    &price2=560,000

    And I want the name of the apartments to have hyperlinks. (in this case, "name" and "name2")
    Is it possible?
    How can I make it happen?

    Help me please
    Thank you in advance

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    This should work, with a font color tag also.

    name="<a href='"+"http://www.sunhill.com"+"'><Font Color=\"#FF0000\">"+"Sun Hill"+"</Font></a>"

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    Thanks for the help, but it's not working...

    Is it because I load variables within a MC?

    And what if the address of the Sun Hill apartment is www.yahoo.com
    or something?

    Is there a way to make it link to it?

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    I forgot to say earlier, but it shows like this in movie:

    ""Sun Hill""

    The "+" disappears and it doesn't have a hyperlink.

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    I can't remember where I came across this but the way I remember seeing it done was by setting the dynamic text field to render html text. The button looks like <>, it is inbetween the render background and the selectable buttons.

    Once you have turned that on for the text field, you just need to put the html into it, like:

    textField.text = "put html code for a hyperlink here";

    That should do it.
    Last edited by e-retina; 01-06-2003 at 10:28 PM.

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    It should be possible using an "a href" tag as described in the middle of this page:
    http://www.macromedia.com/support/fl...s/htmltext.htm

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