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Default Read The FAQ Section Before You Post Anything Here

This is just to make sure that everyone knows what's happening around here. If you have a question regarding Flash, read the FAQ first. There's a possibility that the answer to your question might be in there. If you do not find an answer to your question, go ahead and ask it in this forum
Also, I just wanted to reiterate what I said in the FAQ. You may e-mail FAQ Questions to either Snib or myself and we will include those FAQ's we think will help Flash users. The Flash FAQ Is Not For People To Ask Questions Or Post Replies To Our Questions. Any replies that do not pertain to the FAQ WILL be deleted.

Again, if you do not find an answer to your question in the FAQ, go ahead and post it here. I will do the best I can to help. Please note that Snib will also try to help you out as well. In order for both of us to better assist you, please specify which version of Flash you are using. Reason being that some things which used to be standard operating procedure in Flash MX have changed in the MX 2004 version.

Thank you for your time and cooperation,

Ben Horne
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Go there. I have a lot of awesome photos that I rendered myself

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