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File Uploader with progress bar

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I am trying to find a file uploader written in Flash that has a progress bar. I am uploading 16+ MB files and would like to see their progress a little clearer. Thanks.
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Here is my version of a file upload tool.

I didn't add a progress bar as i have to head off to work, but when i get home, i will add it on ok...

download here: http://www.ukpegasus.co.uk/ellandrd/fileUploadByEllandrd.zip

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OK bad news as ive tired to add the progress bar and ive just read that it cannot be done as the upload logic runs on the server side and when you submit even a multiple forms page once, you cannot know what's happening until all uploads have ended (with success or not).

I'm sorry.. :)

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