How can I put a loading bar in my flash file? There are a couple of seconds where there is just a blank white square where the flash file is before it "shows up". I'd like to have a "loading" bar or circle to let the viewer know that it hasn't frozen and something is happening.
Can someone help me with this? Thank you. Christine
I'm working in CS5, guess it doesn't save back far enough. Bummer. I tracked down a co-worker in CS4 and saved it down from there, so maybe this file will work for you. Just in case, I've also attached
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