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Get URL action not working , Embed?
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webhelp101



 
Msg#: 4402572 posted 10:05 am on Dec 31, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hello, I'm using macromedia flash 5.
I am wanting to be able to link to a page, using dreamweaver cs4 I have found that you cann't simply link a flash anim to a html page? You have to do it in flash itself.

So I am using flash as I said and the steps I have taken are

step 1 import swf
step to go to insert - convert symbol - button

then I right click on the object then double click get url

(screen shot attached)
[i1233.photobucket.com...]

How do i insert picture in this forum also thanks?

Now whats the steps I take after this point am I suppose to copy and paste the code onto the object some how?

as when I close the action box, then export the swf. then import it into dreamweaver and go preview the link option isn't aknowledged in the swf.

So I think i'm missing the point of what to do after double click on get url to somehow embed it into the swf file?.


much help appreciated thanks in advance
cheers

 

webhelp101



 
Msg#: 4402572 posted 12:26 pm on Jan 1, 2012 (gmt 0)

I have now worked out these steps.

Step 1 create symbol - then choose button.
then file import (import my swf)
The entire animations key frames spread across the up hit frames ect?

How can i put the animation just on the up mode.

As when I then open library drag it into the scene section. Then choose test movie the anim isn't playing.

Obvioulsy because all the frames should be in the up section?

help appreciated.

Cheers

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