Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by jfulcer, Jun 22, 2001.
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Ok, so is it on my original swf that I need to change the background, or is it the linked swf files that need it? I'd like to change it to the standard gray or white...
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See, now that you changed it my reply doesn't make sense and I 'm not sure what your new question is asking.
actually, I was associating you with the site.... I thought I had changed that one to my gilligan swf - must not have saved it. it's gone now... But check out www.worldzone.net. 50 megs free, and they allow linking. They have a 1gb limit transfer per month, but I have a feeling that will be sufficient...
When you load into level "0" the original movie is replaced by the new one but at the original's dimentions(sp). Is that the answer?
the questions is about the other linked swf that now works (my image randomizer). I don't like the back background behind the ones that are too small. Do I need to change it in the original SWF link file, or the destination file?
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I'll let you know.
Your background question is pretty easy to figure out. Just change the background in the randomizer file to something wired like red and give it a try. That will let you know pretty quick which one you have to change.
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lol JC. I thought you knew it all.
No limits? You know what they say about offers that are too goo to be true...
Some Italian company is supposedly financing the whole thing for some reason. I haven't read all of the fine print, but it seems pretty nice.
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