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C# - adding flash/fireworks-buttons/menus to your webpage

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Hi!

Having problems adding a menu I've created in Fireworks to my webapplication....

Using Visual Studio, C#-language.

I've exported my menu to HTML. and have tried to copy the raw HTML-code into my C#-application.

Got any hints and tricks??

tnx,
fdaastoe
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well this is not the way to do that.
I have not worked on c# but it works fine on VB 6 and vc++.
the following works for flash
for flash first publish the movie this will create a swf. now there is an active x control use this active x control called shockwave flash the name of the file is flash.ocx this should be in your winnt/windows folder under a folder named macromed\flash. use this ocx set the movie property and you are done.

please check about the leagalities of using this ocx.
to get a call back there is an event/callback function it fires FSCommand.

another way to work around the leagality is to use the browser control and then u call an html page which has the html code which flash generates.

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