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    downloaded templates that don't seem to obey.

    Hi'
    I would like to know if there has been anybody that downloaded a template that just did not seem to perform the way they instructed it to. For instance I would insert a sound file in a action and one each of the two would adopt each other back and forth or vise-versa (end up in each others action)whatsup with that. Is there any people who might have experienced this type of incident.I wonder if it could have been caused by working from a disk drive as opposed to working from the H.D.
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    Re: downloaded templates that don't seem to obey.

    Originally posted by DBarselow
    I would insert a sound file in a action and one each of the two would adopt each other back and forth or vise-versa (end up in each others action)
    I have absolutely no idea what you mean by that.

    Could you be more descriptive? If this was a free template, upload the .swi so we can see the problem. If you bought the template, maybe you could delete all of the items that are not needed, leaving just enough to demonstrate the problem and upload that. (Of course, you should save it as a different movie...)
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    so now I can't talk to myself anymore...

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