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How do you animate without causing the sprite to intermittenly flash (which might be to do with the update rate of the screen) ? I tried using a Timer set at different interval settings with no luck so far.
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Download this file, is the demonstration of a class for sprite annimations.

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/1797/ast.zip
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Thank you for your help
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Thank you for your help. Have the rest of my points as I seemed to have asked the question one too many times...
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