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Thumbnail gallery from xml file????

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I want to make a scrollable gallery in flash. The problem is that i want to read the path of the pictures from an xml files. Here comes the really big problem :D.
I want to have two picture fade one into another like 1a to fade into 1b, 2a to fade into 2b, ....and so on. All the files i need to be read from the xml file. Can anyone direct me to a online tutorial or example????

Thanks a lot.
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I'm not entirely sure if this is exactly what you need, but there is a tutorial on the Macromedia website:
http://www.macromedia.com/support/flash/applications/jpeg_slideshow_xml/jpeg_slideshow_xml06.html

Hopefully it should help you get started anyway :-)
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