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I have downloaded flash couple of days ago and been playing
around with it. I made couple of swf and have few questions:
1- when I view the swf file in my browser, it keep looping forever.
I want to know how can I make it only loop once.( I don't want to right click in the window and stop the looping function there)

2- how can I make any text or images fade?

3- if I nsert an image from file, then I can't see it when I preview the swf in my browser.
why is that?
Thanks
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In PublichSettings, under File, you can on the HTML tab choose for loop or not (checkmark).
You can only fade when you make a symbol from your text or images (select image and then press F8). When you rightclick the image, Properties, under the color tab, you can select alpha to set in on 0 (zero).

When you have more wuestions, please ask.
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Thanks. I figured the first two on my own and thanks for the help.
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I still can't view the images in my swf.
I tried to insert object and that works fine till
I try to view the movie and all I see is a red box instead of the images.
Any idea?

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