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I am trying to create a animation for the start up page to my website. I have drawn a circle and made a motion tween for it to fade in. I got that to work. Now I have several flags of different countries to offer multi-language website. These flags need to fade in going around the circle in a counter-clockwise motion and then stop with all the flags exposed. How do you do this? Then when you are to roll over a certain flag I have animated gifs. of these flags so when rolling over in example the German flag, the German flag animated give will show in the circle that faded in from the beginning and it will be flying. How do you do this? Please help.
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* make all the flags buttons
* make the circle on the lowest layer
* make a movie clip with a blank first frame and put it in the middle... use Tell Target to navigate it.

If you send all the needed media (gifs and animated gifs) to dan@catapultic.com I will construct this for you... it's confusing but I know exactly how to do it. It takes a lot of explanation.

-Dan
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In fact, just send me the .fla file if it already has all the .gifs in it. I'll fix it for you and you can adjust colors later etc.
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