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Image Slideshow Using Flash

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Hi,

I have never used Flash and I need to be able to create an image slideshow where the images fade in and out when switching the images based on a pre-defined time interval. Does anyone have a Flash file that handles this functionality that they can send me so I can just call the file by using the EMBED and OBJECT tags in the HTML file. If someone could help me out with this, I would be eternally grateful.

Cheers,
JS
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by:ellandrd
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hello i hope i can help you?

if you give me an email address i can send you an example...?

it would be a very long reply to type up to tell you a solution!!

cheers sean
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ellandrd earned 500 total points
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p.s does it have to be done in flash? i see you want to use the flash slideshow in a HTML document? why not create a slide show in HTML?? it will look the same and probably work even better...

if you require this to be done in HTML.JavaScript, please ask, as i will give you the solution to this online!

either way, i'll help you wether you want it in flash or HTML/JavaScript

cheers

Sean
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by:gometang
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Ellandrd,

Thanks for your reply. I actually went ahead and bit the bullet and started learning Flash and managed to create it myself. The reason I used Flash is because I want the fade in and fade out. Although, I know this can be acheived in javascript (even the fade in/out - only in IE though), Flash is the more clean solution, especially from an interface standpoint. I will award you the points anyways though.

Thanks,
JS
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by:gometang
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However, if you can provide me with a link where this has been done using JavaScript (including the fade in/out) that looks really good, feel free to do so.


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