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Old 04-20-2001, 02:04 AM   #1
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I am trying to make an Interactive CD thing for my Boy Scout Troop. So I'll be here often. But, My biggest Question right now is How Do I prevent the Scenes from Moving to the Next one Automatically. EX: I want my first screen they see to be a menu area where they select the areas where they want to go. I dont want the Multimedia to move them along by themself.
Also, If I make the Flash program into the EXE File, Is it readable by any computer or is there a needed plug in?
If I make an Animated GIF in something like Animation shop, Now Do I include it into my movie with it moving as it's supposed to?

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Old 04-20-2001, 06:12 PM   #2
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Hi..
To prevent scenes moving onto the next scene use 'stop' actions.

If you publish an EXE file then it will be viewable without the need of a plug-in.

Animated gifs can be imported onto the Flash timeline. File/Import.

Hope this helps.
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