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    how to load external pic into MovieClip by OpenFileDailog

    hi

    how to load external pic into MovieClip by OpenFileDailog

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    please

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    i found this code and working fine but if pics in a folder not working
    i try to attach the code but there is an error when i upload it

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    can anyone edit this code to load pics from any path
    Last edited by kofa; 01-19-2018 at 12:45 PM.

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    hi kofa...can we control swf via external txt file...if i type in g in txt file than frame go to next like this...

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    hi ctindia2009...excuse me i don't understand what you want ?

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    is that what you want ?

    https://f.top4top.net/m_751vr65z1.wmv

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    yes exactly that i need

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    plz send me details

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    Hi,

    You can not alter the path. You navigate to where you want to go to once the browse window has opened.
    It may remember the location after you have fired it up once for that session.

    I don't use swish but the code looks remarkably similar to how you would do it in flash.
    Last edited by fruitbeard; 01-21-2018 at 02:13 PM.

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