Countdown Clock needed

Hi,

i would like to put a  one minute countdown clock on my page that sounds a buzzer at the end of the time. It would be nice if I could find some flash script that I could alter slightly to achieve this with nice moving hand graphics already programmed in. Has anyone come across anything suitable?  

Thanks,

D
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PhatzerCommented:
This looks really advanced, although I'm sure you could strip out the bits you don't need:
http://www.flashkit.com/movies/Utilities/Time/Ryans_A-Ryan_Pro-11987/index.php

If not, take a look on flashkit and see if you can find a few other's you like, the site is brilliant for snippets, tutorials and sound effects.
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jones_bonesAuthor Commented:
Thanks yup it is a great site alright,

I have found one that will do for now. Its just a simple text display countdown but thats okay. I wonder could you tell how to make two small changes to it though?

When the time reaches 0 I want it to play a sound and the display to change to "Time Over". Also, I want the first frame to have a start button that when pressed begins the countdown.

The working file is at http://www.whatyouseeyoucannotbe.com/minute_countdowner.fla

Thanks,

D
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PhatzerCommented:
I apologise, but I am running Flash MX 2004 Professional, and I cannot open that file so I won't be able to suggest much more currently.

Just as a note, you might want to look in to the sound.play() function, it should allow you to play a sound clip when you need to, although I think you need to put a few additional 'sound.' lines with it, might be best to search the flashkit website for that information.
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jones_bonesAuthor Commented:
No problem at all. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction !
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