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Creating an Auto-Start CD using Flash

I had a client once with no internet access. I know... I felt like starting up a charity in his name too. He wanted a website, but had no practical way to view it. I burned his website to a CD for him, but he had no understanding of how to open the index page on the CD. Using Notepad and Flash, I created a CD that would launch his browser window for him, and open up the index page so that all he had to do was navigate the website through his browser. But that's a whole other story. Sigh. The nice part of this method is that the user doesn't need Flash in order for the Flash executable to run.

Flash Articles
Beginners to Flash programming often find themselves asking a fundamental question: "Dude, where do I put my code?" A quick sweep of the 100s of Community MX Flash tutorials, as well as other code repositories on the Web, reveals quite a few choices. You can put ActionScript into keyframes; attach it directly to objects, such as buttons; put it into external text files; and even write a special kind of external file called a class.
InDesign Text Wraps

InDesign is a great application when working with large amounts of text. When working on a layout with a lot of text I typically use a drawing or page layout application such as Freehand, Illustrator or InDesign. However from time to time I may end up working with text in an images editing application like Photoshop. Recently I read Jim Babbage's article about creating a text wrap for use in Fireworks and at first was surprised that Fireworks did not have a text wrap feature but on second thought why would it? Fireworks first job is as an images editing application, it does handle text quite well but is really not meant for large amounts of text.

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  • Create flashcards with imagess. Currently jpegs can be used for images flashcards.
  • Include a “hint” to assist in the study process.
  • See the flashcard creation help pages for more information.

    The Flash Video (FLV) Player can be used standalone, without the need for the Flash authoring tool. The player allows you to show your videos more controlled and to a broader audience than with Quicktime, Windows Media or Real Media. It supports playback of a single FLV file, RTMP streams or RSS/XSPF/ATOM playlists, a wide range of flashvars (settings) for tweaking both behavior and appearance and an extensive, documented javascript/actionscript API.

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