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  • New problem with SWF files

    If the computer doesn't have Shockwave installed or macromedia flash the flashing text does not work, anyways around this.

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    Re: New problem with SWF files

    Yeah, there's many ways as I suggested in the other post, animated gif in a web browser might work well...

    Corey Milner
    Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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      Re: New problem with SWF files

      or u can register with macromedia for free and redistribute the flash installer.. so when the user puts the cd in their drive, AMS can detect if they have flash or not. If they dont it will run the installer.

      try searching for "install flash" in these forums. there are plenty of threads.

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        Re: New problem with SWF files

        Macromedia Licensing

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          <A href="http://affiliates.macromedia.com/b.asp?id=1915&amp;p=go/fl_aff1" target="_blank">
          <img src="http://affiliates.macromedia.com/showb.asp?id=1915&amp;img=flmx2004_468x60.gif" border=0></a>

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          • #6
            Re: New problem with SWF files

            Dig that crazy new Ericvision logo daddy-o... Something about it that reminds me of the skatepark. Same sort of visual lines, you might not be able to see it here but when you're at eye level it looks just like your logo from the side, i.e. that block of stuff near the center top of the photo. I'm going to smith grind your new logo Eric.

            Corey Milner
            Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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            • #7
              Re: New problem with SWF files

              Ya like that? Yeah I just needed something new.

              Ya mean like this?

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              • #8
                Re: New problem with SWF files

                Yeah, I would do the top coming from the left and smith grind the blue part into a backside 180 over the gap and onto the grey bit coming back left then I'd pump hard through the valley to get a nice pop coming up off the other side of the V so as to land a varial kickflip just in time to 180 off that ledge onto the bottom blue bit and roll that last transition fakie... Although I doubt I could do that, I'd try.

                Seriously, that would make an awesome ad or video splash/logo. Spend a Saturday afternoon and $200 to make a fun box shaped like your logo, than paint it blue and silver and videotape a few of the neighborhood kids shredding it up. Then morph that video into an animated 3D rendering of your logo. That would be the most killer video splash ever. You could get some serious gigs with that baby, maybe even become Governor of California.

                Corey Milner
                Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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