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    Default Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Here's a swf tutorial, created entirely in XtremePro, on embedding swf files in the Forums.


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    Last edited by Egg Bramhill; 29 November 2006 at 01:24 PM.
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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Thanx, Egg
    This tut was very helpful.

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    Have your fun NOW. Maybe tomorrow it's too late...
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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Tom,

    Glad to have been of some help. Neat swf file!
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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Tom,

    Glad to have been of some help. Neat swf file!
    ...always welcome...
    Btw: the swf was made with SwishMax, not with Xtreme pro. I do all the Swf's with Max because it has a script language for programming, compatible with ActionScript from Flash. This makes it possible to design interactive films with great effects.
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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Hi Egg

    Just wanted to let you know it's possible to add a flash file without
    editing. Just preview, copy, paste, add code, insert address
    Thanks for all the tuts. They are great!

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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Here's a swf tutorial, created entirely in XtremePro, on embedding swf files in the Forums.


    page 7 and 8 have the same page number

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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Last edited by Wanderyen; 16 January 2013 at 11:37 PM.

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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    Nice animation Wanderyen. Welcome to TalkGraphics.
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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    One more ;3; *I don't know create topics here*

    Please dont cry.swf
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    Default Re: Embedding swf (Flash) files in the forums. Tutorial.

    At the top of each forum, there is a button, Post New Thread. Find the appropriate forum, press Post New Thread, and then follow Egg's tutorial (the first post in this thread) for displaying your actual .swf animation. The graphic posted in Egg's first post is an example of an embedded animation as well as the instructions for how to do it.
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