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    Loading .jpgs

    I'm accustomed to loading .swf movies into the main movie using 'Load Movie'.

    Can you load individual .jpg's as opposed to .swf's???


    Mark

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    Yup, in MX anyway. Just use the name of the image instead of swf. And they have to be non-progressive jpg's only.

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    Make a emtpy movie clip add to scene center give it a instance name Content then on button add


    on(release){
    Content.loadPic("pic1.jpg");
    }


    Hope that helps .

    Regards Barry_UK

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    Thanks,
    That easy,I'm a little embarrased.

    I have a "Next" button to load .jpg's (01,02,03 etc).
    Do you have an idea how I would make the button load the next image replacing the previous, like image 01, then image 02 etc.

    P

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    I would make a simple movie clip to control that. A stop in frame 1, then in each of the other frames, add the code to load each of the images. Drag it to the stage, off the side, give it an instance name, then tell the next and previous buttons to go to the next or previous frames in that movie clip.

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    Thanks

    Thanks for your help. It works great.

    P.S
    It was actually Quayle!

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    Oops, have to change that, time for a new one anyway.

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