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Swapping between images in flash.

Posted on 2007-03-22
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Hi,
 can anybody advise me on how I could create a flash animation to swap images; say there are three to begin with and one position on the webpage I want to have the different images to show up (randomly or in sequence it does not matter) at intervals of say 3sec. I cannot do this in anything other than flash as I need a resulting swf file to upload to the schools website as we are restricted as to what we can use i.e. plain images or swf files.

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Karl
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sibgig earned 500 total points
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use this to go by, its rather simple.

http://www.tsquared.com/ee/loop.zip

you can pick apart and adjust as needed.
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Hi sibgig thats a great program thanks, but is there a way to loop it so that it will just keep swaping between the images and not stop as i want something constantly changing on the web page?

Cheers
Karl
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maybe i'm misunderstanding, but it does loop. each image is up for 3 seconds after the third image it goes back to the first image. if you want the image to be less than three seconds, just shorten the frame length.

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Yeah i have got it now!
thanks
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