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  • Flash Transparent?

    Why can't I get the results this guy got?

    http://www.indigorose.com/forums/thr...nsparent+flash

    He did it with Autohotkey and it works fine with ams just won't set color of the flash transparent. It will make every color disapear but won't do that for flash as he managed to do. Am i missing something?

  • #2
    Come on people. take a look. He did it and i did the same it's just that I make color transparent but flash stay the same. I Can't understand why does flash resist transparency with me and he didn't have any problems. I changed so many export options on flash but nothing i tried everything. Anyone have a clue? There has to be an option..

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    • #3
      Originally posted by afterlight View Post
      Come on people. take a look. He did it and i did the same it's just that I make color transparent but flash stay the same. I Can't understand why does flash resist transparency with me and he didn't have any problems. I changed so many export options on flash but nothing i tried everything. Anyone have a clue? There has to be an option..
      Sadly community support these days is slow, you will have to give it time, I not used or plain to use flash on my system so I can't help you.
      Plugins or Sources MokoX
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      • #4
        flash is transparent only if the flash file is transparent and as yours it not you need to find another file or edit the one you have.

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        • #5
          AMS doesn't really have a good support for the flash files and the transparent settings only work if you embed your flash into web object but this approach is different the way this works is by autohotkey. You make script like this:



          #NoTrayIcon
          WinSet, Transcolor, FFFFFF, autoplaytest



          This will erase all white color that exists in the window named: "autoplaytest". This guy i reffered to here in my thread actualy made the color disappear even from flash object inside the specific window. But when I start this script it only erases white color from everything else except the flash. Not only does it erase color it literally erases that part of the application you can literlly click an icon on the desktop troguh the space that was erased. For some reason it doesn't interfere with flash. It just leaves it as it is.

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          • #6
            Unless you need the plugin for something else you are making a lot of overheads and work for what is simply removing a background from a flash file, your flash file is not transparent to begin with so AMS is not at fault here as it needs to be transparent in order to be transparent.

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            • #7
              ..

              Flash file can't be transparent by default. Internet explorers can deal with flash file background settings and make it transparent. Ams can't. My flash file is "transparent" in web object and in classic internet explorers but I don't want that. I just saw a nice idea that one guy did that people are trying for years to implement in ams. No body has ever succeded to play flash file with transparent background in ams except if you stick it in the web object. Have you ever succeded in such action?

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              • #8
                Sorry my last post wasn't written that well, what I meant was there is a Autohotkey plugin for AMS that will allow you to do what you need.

                Yes I have had transparent flash files in AMS before but as like you I could not get it working so I asked here and Cybergraph told me what I told you and in my case I simply edited the flash file and and it worked as expected.

                Can't recall the exact editor I used but I think it was Sothink SWF Decompiler then Adobe Flash to do the editing once unpacked.

                AMS can do anything, you just need to tell it how.

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