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How to repeat dynamically loaded image
Script wont let me one more than once instance of the action

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Msg#: 3641376 posted 11:33 am on May 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

I need some help with a fantastic little script I managed to find on the internet, its a flash slide show with a XML source.

I like this file because he lays out each function on a new layer. Now it basically just fades images in and out when you press the arrow buttons on either side. All I want to do is change this to display more than one image, I want to have five all displayed side by side at the same time and when you press the arrow buttons they all fade to the next image. I want them to run from the same xml file only displaying the images in different orders, which I have managed to do fine so far.

I have tried duplicating the scripts the fader uses, and obviously copying the image fader to get the five I need however when I run the script it will only show one. Depending in which order the layers sit depends on which one of the five image faders will display.

This is really bugging me, I have tried some time now to find out why when I duplicate the function it wont just show another image fader and would really appreciate the help.

I have been stuck on this for days now and am getting really desperate.

[edited by: jatar_k at 4:53 pm (utc) on May 5, 2008]
[edit reason] no urls thanks [/edit]


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