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I am trying to make a fade in Flash 4, I don't know how I am doing this right.
I want to make it fade out and fade back. But in time to music. Does anyone know how to do this? If you do just e-mail me.
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What is your e-mail address?
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jediknite_77@geocities.com
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Adjusted points from 300 to 400
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THANKS!!!!!! THAT WORKED AWESOME!!
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He was fast, at getting the answer and talked me through it step by step. He is good!
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