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Is these any way of dynamicly loading a jpeg into a flash movie...  

Here's the situation..
I have a movie and a set of jpegs...
Instead of re-compiling the movie everytime i want update the jpegs i'd like to import them on the fly.

Is this possible ?
If so HOW ?!
If not please tell me... You'll get the points if you're right either way.
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msg6217 earned 100 total points
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This is possible with a wonderful new program from Macromedia.  You need to get a copy of Generator.  It is an add-on almost to Flash.  It enables you to change content in a Flash file without "re-compiling" it.

I hope this helps.  It is a cool product and you should take a look at it.  It is the only way to fly.  :)
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by:coopa
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Unfortunately it costs money...  Money that I don't have...

Oh well

Thanks anyway.
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