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Posted on 2004-04-30
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Can someone provide a download link, tutorial, web site, etc, that would provide some insight on how to do a menu like this here -

http://www.redsquarephoto.com/

Thank you.
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Montoya earned 20 total points
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which part of the navigation are you interested in? The buttons? The portfolios?

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I'm interested in learning how to the switch between the thumbnails back to the menu and vice versa. Also, I would really like to know how the transition between pictures is done. It looks like some soft of masking, but not completely sure. I'm new to flash and just need maybe an example. If someone could send me an example of these things specifically I would surely increase points to 100.

Can you help?

Thank you in advance.
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Can someone please help me with this?
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