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Old 01-15-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default I need a nice theme for an interactive tutorial

Hi guys, I need some ideas for an interactice tutorial. Well... To begin with... I'm doing some sort of Cinderella story-telling... I guess I'm a little dry on ideas so I'm asking what possible theme I could use. It would be great if you guys could provide some samples that I could look at. Thanks!
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Hi, hjere's what I'm doing. Please make your comments as I think this is too lame... Thanks!

http://geocities.com/senkoujin/cinderella.swf
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hey knoppix...interactive you meant?! i didnt find out a way to interact with it!

you have it working or is just layout?
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