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Re: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Arul Prasad

bye dude,

this list will miss u!

hehe

~Arul Prasad.

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Re[6]: [Flashcoders] Shared fonts

2006-05-31 Thread Iv
Hello Joeri,

JvO We use font-family
JvO terms like MainFont, or BoldFont, and when letting the FontLoader
JvO parse the stylesheet, it replaces them with the actuall font name
JvO loaded linked with that identifier...
JvO So with just replacing the font libs, the entire site will have new fonts 
:).

- yep. it is in recommendation section on my site.
http://www.sharedfonts.com/eng/help.html#practice
but not many peoples want read a rules :)


-- 
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Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 and Casting to datatypes ...

2006-05-31 Thread mike cann

Hi,

Casting is telling the program expeicitly what a variable it so that the
compiler doesn't throw a wobbler when you try to perform an operation on
said variable.

In your example:

var info:ClockUpdate = ClockUpdate(infoObj);

infoObj is probably defined as type Object? And even though you know that it
is of type ClockUpdate the compiler doesn't know, so when you try to do:

info = infoObj

the compiler will think you are trying to do this:

variable:ClockUpdate = variable:Object

and wont know what to do.



I hope this made some sense, I'm sure others will be able to explain it
better then I.

Mike




On 31/05/06, Stephen Ford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Myello,

Can anyone explain what Casting is.

For example, in Moock's Essential AS 2.0, chapter 18 MVC clock example,
page 407:

// Cast the generic infoObj to the ClockUpdate datatype.varinfo:ClockUpdate = 
ClockUpdate(infoObj);

The infoObj at this point is already a ClockUpdate datatype, so why is it
being Cast ? and what is Casting in general.

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Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 and Casting to datatypes ...

2006-05-31 Thread Ian Thomas

Hi,
 As Mike says, casting is used to tell the compiler that you're sure
about the type of an object - where the compiler would otherwise
report an error, because it's unsure.

 This is commonly needed in situations such as when you're using an
object designed for handling generic types to manage specific types.

For example, say you have a Zoo object, for managing animals:

class Zoo
{
 public function addAnimal(id:String,animal:Animal):Void;
 public function removeAnimal(id:String):Animal;
}

class Animal
{
 public function getNoise():String;
}

var z:Zoo=new Zoo();
var animalA:Animal=new Animal();
z.addAnimal(someAnimal,animalA);
var animalB:Animal=z.removeAnimal(someAnimal);
trace(animalB.getNoise());

And then you write an application in which you are simply dealing with
objects of type Dog, which are a subclass of Animal. Instead of
writing a new Kennel object, you just decide to use Zoo - after all,
Dogs are Animals, right?
class Dog extends Animal
{
  public function fetchNewspaper():Void;
}

The following code works:
var z:Zoo=new Zoo();
var dog:Dog=new Dog();
z.addAnimal(fido,dog);

But this breaks:
var dog2:Dog=z.removeAnimal(fido);

because the compiler only knows that removeAnimal returns an Animal -
it can't guarantee that it will be a Dog. Because you are sure what
you are doing - you are sure, right? - you can write the following to
tell the compiler it's all okay...
var dog2:Dog=Dog(z.removeAnimal(fido));
And now you can call dog2.fetchNewspaper() and all will be fine.

If you're _not_ sure of the type of Animal retrieved - i.e. you know
it's an Animal, but you don't know for sure if fido is a Dog, you can
do the following:
var animal2:Animal=z.removeAnimal(fido);
if (animal2 instanceof Dog)
{
 var myDog:Dog=Dog(animal2);
 animal2.fetchNewspaper();
}

And now fetchNewspaper() will only ever get called if animal2 is actually a dog.

I hope that makes some sense. :-)

Cheers,
 Ian



 Can anyone explain what Casting is.

 For example, in Moock's Essential AS 2.0, chapter 18 MVC clock example,
 page 407:


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Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 and Casting to datatypes ...

2006-05-31 Thread Ian Thomas

Whoops - instead of this:

var animal2:Animal=z.removeAnimal(fido);
if (animal2 instanceof Dog)
{
  var myDog:Dog=Dog(animal2);
  animal2.fetchNewspaper();
}


I meant:

var animal2:Animal=z.removeAnimal(fido);
if (animal2 instanceof Dog)
{
  var myDog:Dog=Dog(animal2);
  myDog.fetchNewspaper();
}


Silly me - sorry!

Ian
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RE: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Jim Tann
Hello

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Re: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa

WTF?

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Hello

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[Flashcoders] FlashCodersBrighton.org

2006-05-31 Thread Seb L

Thought that UK Flashers may be interested in this!

Seb

-- Forwarded message --
From: James Marsden [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: 30-May-2006 18:48
Subject: [BNM] Flash Coders Brighton
To: Brighton New Media [EMAIL PROTECTED]


Hello BNM flash people!

Just when you thought Brighton couldn't get any more interesting, along
comes a Flash coders group hosted by the Skills Lab at City College!

The first session is due to take place on 6th June at 6:30 pm and will
run for 2 hours. It'll be a meet and greet session to find out what
people would really like to focus on during the meetings, and will be
followed by a presentation on particle systems if we have the time!

The Skills Lab is kitted out with enough CPU's for us all to play with,
so we can hack around with code, share ideas and have some fun.

More details in the press release below. Hope to see you there!

James



//[ Press Release ]==//

*Flashers come together*

Shame on you readers, this has nothing to do with the raincoat brigade!

A new Flash developers group, FlashCodersBrighton (FCB), is being
established in the city to bring together users of the software and
create a knowledge sharing network.  FCB, who have no intention of
exposing themselves, will meet fortnightly at City College, Brighton and
Hove, in Pelham Street.

They hope to attract all levels of Flash enthusiasts, from the casual
hobbyist to the Flash professional and this diversity will make for some
exciting discussions. The first of its kind in the area, the group was
inspired by FlashCodersNewYork (_www.flashcodersny.org
http://www.flashcodersny.org/_) and intends to maintain close contact
with the American network through the mutual sharing of ideas and
information from the meetings.

The group aims to cultivate a Flash programming community that will
raise standards and inspire, further enhancing Brighton's reputation as
a centre of excellence in the field of Digital Media.

The meetings will cover a wide range of topics. Some will feature
high-profile guest speakers from the Flash community; others will be
more informal discussions and an opportunity for information sharing.
They aim to cover the latest developments in software such as AS3 and
Flex, and more inspirational areas such as particle systems, animation
and physics simulations. The first meeting will be on the 6th of June,
and registration will be required before attending. For more information
please contact Seb at Plug-In Media on [EMAIL PROTECTED] or
check the website at www.flashcodersbrighton.org.

FCB is supported by Plug-In Media, FuturLab, SkillsLab at City
College Brighton and Hove and Wired Sussex.

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RE: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Jim Tann
I don't know, he said by I say heloo

hello hello
I don't know why he say goodbye


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WTF?

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[Flashcoders] Anyone know a good Flash CMS Portfolio App

2006-05-31 Thread Matt Muller

A friend who is a designer is looking for a good, easy to use Flash based
CMS/XML driven to show off work, can anyone recommend anything?

thanks

MaTT
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Re: [Flashcoders] Re: NumericStepper in CellRender disappears and gets 256 levels of recursion...

2006-05-31 Thread John Mark Hawley

Thanks, I found mentions of this on the web but the links were busted.

Josh Santangelo wrote:

There's a multiline CellRenderer in the Flash 8 documentation.

http://livedocs.macromedia.com/flash/8/main/wwhelp/wwhimpl/common/html/wwhelp.htm?context=LiveDocs_Partsfile=3131.html 



(Or just search CellRenderer in the Help panel.)

I made one based on this code and it worked fine, the only trick being 
setting the rowHeight of the component to the height of the largest 
row you need to display.


-josh


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[Flashcoders] List variables problem.

2006-05-31 Thread Zimmen
Hi all

I have seen this topic before last year but i never saw the solution.

The problem is that, when i list variables, i do not get all the info i should 
get! like this:

http://www.zimmen.com/wierd/

So far i have seen this on 2 systems, both dutch XPsp2 installs. I have never 
seen this strange behavior on an english system.

Is there a solution other than buying an english XP?

Thnx,
Simon
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[Flashcoders] When you are done with a project what do you take with your for your portfolio

2006-05-31 Thread Manuel Saint-Victor

I am in the process of wrapping up a project and don't want to leave without
anything to show that I built this project the next time someone wants a
sample to demonstrate my skillset.  What does a developer traditionally have
the right to include in a portfolio to demonstrate to subsequent clients
what a previous project was capable of?

Thank,

Mani
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Re: [Flashcoders] When you are done with a project what do you take with your for your portfolio

2006-05-31 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa

Well, just be clear on what you´ve done in this project... I guess you´ll be
fine if you just be honest ;)

Marcelo.

On 5/31/06, Manuel Saint-Victor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I am in the process of wrapping up a project and don't want to leave
without
anything to show that I built this project the next time someone wants a
sample to demonstrate my skillset.  What does a developer traditionally
have
the right to include in a portfolio to demonstrate to subsequent clients
what a previous project was capable of?

Thank,

Mani
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[Flashcoders] flashblog

2006-05-31 Thread kathrin hunger
   can anybody help???
   
   did anybody of you post that flashblog.swf tutorial for  
flashkit.com??? the flashblog is signed with studioah
   if yes Can i please ask a question!
   its all working fine, until I call the flashblog.swf 
   file into another swf file with loadmovie ... and then the 
   text doesnt show anymore..

   do you know why
its driving me mad!!! its probably so simple/
Kat

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[Flashcoders] trimming quotes from posts

2006-05-31 Thread Lists
Okay, thanks Dave. By the way, the irony of my asking a list policy question
and forgetting to change my subject line, did not escape me. Sorry about
that.

Rich




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Re: [Flashcoders] flashblog

2006-05-31 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa

Hello Kathrin,

Try setting the font at runtime, in you Flashblog.swf, at the first frame
(or in the class constructor if any):

textfield_txt.setStyle(fontFamily,fontName);
textfield_txt.embedFonts = true;

Marcelo Serpa.

On 5/31/06, kathrin hunger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


   can anybody help???

   did anybody of you post that flashblog.swf tutorial for
flashkit.com??? the flashblog is signed with studioah
   if yes Can i please ask a question!
   its all working fine, until I call the flashblog.swf
   file into another swf file with loadmovie ... and then the
   text doesnt show anymore..

   do you know why
its driving me mad!!! its probably so simple/
Kat

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Re: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa

Khodam,are you the same guy who posted that msg asking for a flasmx project
whit source?? Maybe you got upset and that´s why you are saying goodbye
(your last message subject was hiii) lol

On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I don't know, he said by I say heloo

hello hello
I don't know why he say goodbye


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WTF?

On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

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Re: [Flashcoders] When you are done with a project what do you take with your for your portfolio

2006-05-31 Thread Ron Wheeler
Ask the client for permission to use what ever you want to show. Make 
sure that the current client is clear what your role was in building the 
thing that you want to show. If you new prospect calls to check your 
reference and the client says that he does not recall if you worked on 
that part of the project, you will look pretty silly.


Ask the client to approve (or write if you think that they have the time 
and inclination) a statement in their name saying that they were happy 
with your work and would recommend you to others - this is worth more 
than a demo of some application that your next prospect does not care about.
Make sure that it is clear whether you have permission to use this 
endorsement on your web site or only in letters to individual prospects.


Provided your client has given you permission, you are going to be in 
the clear.
Without permission, you might surprise your current client when he hears 
from a friend (your prospective client) that you are showing stuff that 
you took from him. His initial reaction of surprise might cause your 
prospective client to have doubts about your integrity. You would be 
surprised how small some business circles are. Assume that all 
statements will be checked.


Ron


Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote:
Well, just be clear on what you´ve done in this project... I guess 
you´ll be

fine if you just be honest ;)

Marcelo.

On 5/31/06, Manuel Saint-Victor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I am in the process of wrapping up a project and don't want to leave
without
anything to show that I built this project the next time someone wants a
sample to demonstrate my skillset.  What does a developer traditionally
have
the right to include in a portfolio to demonstrate to subsequent clients
what a previous project was capable of?

Thank,

Mani
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RE: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Tom Lee
Can we please kill this thread?

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo de
Moraes Serpa
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 10:00 AM
To: Flashcoders mailing list
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

Khodam,are you the same guy who posted that msg asking for a flasmx project
whit source?? Maybe you got upset and that´s why you are saying goodbye
(your last message subject was hiii) lol

On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I don't know, he said by I say heloo

 hello hello
 I don't know why he say goodbye


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 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo
 de Moraes Serpa
 Sent: 31 May 2006 12:28
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 Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

 WTF?

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  Hello
 
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Re: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa

Tom, how could we do that? (Kill the thread)? Yeah, I think it´s a nice
idea.

On 5/31/06, Tom Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Can we please kill this thread?

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo de
Moraes Serpa
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 10:00 AM
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Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

Khodam,are you the same guy who posted that msg asking for a flasmx
project
whit source?? Maybe you got upset and that´s why you are saying goodbye
(your last message subject was hiii) lol

On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I don't know, he said by I say heloo

 hello hello
 I don't know why he say goodbye


 -Original Message-
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 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo
 de Moraes Serpa
 Sent: 31 May 2006 12:28
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 Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

 WTF?

 On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  Hello
 
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Re: [Flashcoders] Anyone know a good Flash CMS Portfolio App

2006-05-31 Thread val

I've seen quite a few people using slideshowpro for that kind of thing.
http://www.slideshowpro.net/
Not exactly a CMS, but it is XML driven and very easy to use.

-Val


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A friend who is a designer is looking for a good, easy to use Flash based
CMS/XML driven to show off work, can anyone recommend anything?

thanks

MaTT
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RE: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Tom Lee
We can do that by posting messages that are relevant to Flashcoders.  If we
did that, this thread wouldn't exist in the first place.  I am aware of the
bitter irony that by posting a request to end the thread, I have in fact
perpetuated it.  However, I would like Flashcoders to remain a high-quality
source for information, so I figure it doesn't hurt to ask that we remain
on-topic here.

-Original Message-
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Moraes Serpa
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 10:17 AM
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Tom, how could we do that? (Kill the thread)? Yeah, I think it´s a nice
idea.

On 5/31/06, Tom Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Can we please kill this thread?

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo de
 Moraes Serpa
 Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 10:00 AM
 To: Flashcoders mailing list
 Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

 Khodam,are you the same guy who posted that msg asking for a flasmx
 project
 whit source?? Maybe you got upset and that´s why you are saying goodbye
 (your last message subject was hiii) lol

 On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  I don't know, he said by I say heloo
 
  hello hello
  I don't know why he say goodbye
 
 
  -Original Message-
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  [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo
  de Moraes Serpa
  Sent: 31 May 2006 12:28
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  Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by
 
  WTF?
 
  On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
   Hello
  
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[Flashcoders] Trap key input

2006-05-31 Thread Danny Kodicek
Is there a sensible way to trap key input into an input field? I'm looking 
for an equivalent to something like this in Director:


on keyDown me
   if (abcde contains the key) then pass
   if the key = backspace then alert(can't delete)
   if the key = return then go next
end

I know it's possible to restrict key input with TextField.restrict, but I'm 
looking for something a bit more flexible than that. What I've been doing up 
to now is to listen for an onChanged event, undo the change, then do what I 
want to do, which is working but seems like an awful waste of resources!


Now I think about it, perhaps the best solution is to use 
TextField.restrict(), and then enter the text manually at the insertion 
point. Hmm.


Danny

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Re: [Flashcoders] hii

2006-05-31 Thread Ujjwal Kabra

And bring me a hard copy of the Internet so I can do some serious surfing
- Pointy-Haired Boss in Dilbert, June 6, 1999.

-Ujjwal Kabra

On 5/30/06, khodam khodesh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

i want flashmx project whit source



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[Flashcoders] flashblog

2006-05-31 Thread kathrin hunger
hello Marcelo
thanks
but unfortunately it doesnt work either.
kathrin



  Original-Nachricht 
 Datum: Wed, 31 May 2006 10:52:05 -0300
 Von: Marcelo de Moraes Serpa [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 An: Flashcoders mailing list flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
 Betreff: Re: [Flashcoders] flashblog
 #xA Hello Kathrin,
 
 Try setting the font at runtime, in you Flashblog.swf, at the first frame
 (or in the class constructor if any):
 
 textfield_txt.setStyle(fontFamily,fontName);
 textfield_txt.embedFonts = true;
 
 Marcelo Serpa.
 
 On 5/31/06, kathrin hunger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 can anybody help???
  
 did anybody of you post that flashblog.swf tutorial for
  flashkit.com??? the flashblog is signed with studioah
 if yes Can i please ask a question!
 its all working fine, until I call the flashblog.swf
 file into another swf file with loadmovie ... and then the
 text doesnt show anymore..
  
 do you know why
  its driving me mad!!! its probably so simple/
  Kat
 
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[Flashcoders] Flash XML/CMS

2006-05-31 Thread Dan Styles

Matt,
why doesn't he make his own? It's not hard and would show off his skills as
a designer. He'd be able to control design and functionality, would learn
how to make a simple CMS (i use SQLPHPXML), he'd increase his value as a
designer/developer, improve his skillset and would be safe in the knowledge
that it was all his own work and could draw satisfaction from a  job well
done! It may not be as quick and is not the easy way out.. but its far
better in my opinion.
D.S


A friend who is a designer is looking for a good, easy to use Flash based
CMS/XML driven to show off work, can anyone recommend anything?

thanks

MaTT

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash XML/CMS

2006-05-31 Thread jcanistrum

I begun to make a very simple one, since I don´t have much spare time do
dedicate to it. I used the imageviewer class form Colin Mock as basis
and one ComboBox e the ListBox.

the most interesting to me is the ASP app which reads de directories and
files below where it is and generates an XML file, in a way you don´t have
to type anything, is just a matter of naming diretories and files according
to your taste.

I intend to turn it more pro when I have time and include auto icon
generator, renaming the files, cropping and resizig and so on ...

http://www.mvirtual.com.br/jcarlos/fotos/fotoShowImageViewer.swf

it´s very simple, but if you need I can send you the FLAs, AS and ASP when I
arrive at home by night, here is about 1 PM -)

João Carlos
Brazil


2006/5/31, Dan Styles [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


Matt,
why doesn't he make his own? It's not hard and would show off his skills
as
a designer. He'd be able to control design and functionality, would learn
how to make a simple CMS (i use SQLPHPXML), he'd increase his value as a
designer/developer, improve his skillset and would be safe in the
knowledge
that it was all his own work and could draw satisfaction from a  job well
done! It may not be as quick and is not the easy way out.. but its far
better in my opinion.
D.S

A friend who is a designer is looking for a good, easy to use Flash based
CMS/XML driven to show off work, can anyone recommend anything?

thanks

MaTT
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[Flashcoders] Preloading classes

2006-05-31 Thread Nick Weekes
Hi all,

 

I have a swf that uses several external classes (the built in tween classes
and some of my own), and when I test the movie I notice that this code is
compiled in frame 1 of my movie.  So a preloader isn't going to be 100%
accurate as it will load my classes first, then my preloader code.  Is it
possible to configure where classes get compiled, so maybe it isn't in frame
1?

 

Cheers,

 

Nick

 

 

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RE: Re[4]: [Flashcoders] Shared fonts

2006-05-31 Thread Bernard Visscher
 With bitmaps you could use the bitmapdata to draw it in another movie.
Yes, but Flash 8 only.
Beautiful solution anyhow.

That's true, but it won't take long before FP8 is the way to go. Now about
80% of the users have FP8..

Bernard

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Re: [Flashcoders] Preloading classes

2006-05-31 Thread Michael Stuhr

Nick Weekes schrieb:

Hi all,

 


I have a swf that uses several external classes (the built in tween classes
and some of my own), and when I test the movie I notice that this code is
compiled in frame 1 of my movie.  So a preloader isn't going to be 100%
accurate as it will load my classes first, then my preloader code.  Is it
possible to configure where classes get compiled, so maybe it isn't in frame
1?

 



what is the problem of using an external preloader-swf ? that way you don't have to worry 
about such things.


btw: this question comes so often i can't count, would you mind digging the archive next 
time you prepare to ask a question ?



micha
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Re: [Flashcoders] Preloading classes

2006-05-31 Thread Doug Tangren
go to file  publish settings, under the flash tab there should be an  
actionscript version select box, next to that is a settings button,  
click that and from there specify which frame you want to export your  
classes.



Doug Tangren
[EMAIL PROTECTED]



On May 31, 2006, at 12:47 PM, Nick Weekes wrote:


Hi all,



I have a swf that uses several external classes (the built in tween  
classes
and some of my own), and when I test the movie I notice that this  
code is
compiled in frame 1 of my movie.  So a preloader isn't going to be  
100%
accurate as it will load my classes first, then my preloader code.   
Is it
possible to configure where classes get compiled, so maybe it isn't  
in frame

1?



Cheers,



Nick





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[Flashcoders] How to remove indent for LI with CSS?

2006-05-31 Thread GregoryN
Hello all,

I'm trying to  remove indent for LI elements in html textfield (MX
2004). Client wants this.

In normal HTML/CSS we can just write:
   li {margin-left: 0;}

Seems in Flash this indent for LI is hard-built-in, at least I can't
find a way to get rid of it.

I'm not considered dirty tricks like move all textfield to the left
and set 'margin-left: X' for all non-LI elements... so far.

I'd appreciate any help in this issue.

Thanks in advance.
  

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[Flashcoders] DATA GRID CUSTOMIZATION

2006-05-31 Thread Michael Hood
Hey!  

This may be a bit vague - perhaps , but...  I'm trying to customize a Flash 
DataGrid Component so that it can have X rows of displayed text in a column, 
in the header bar, and return X rows of returned, related data, all within a 
single row of a returned query...  Did that make any sense?  I guess I need 
to know how to get a line/carriage return into my actionscript - or Perl -  
(prolly something really obvious) without the code showing up in the displayed 
text?I'm using Flash Remoting and Perl w/MYSQL for my DB.

I hope this doesn't get too scrambled in the process...  Here's sort of what 
I'm trying to achieve:


__(Component Header) 
|Priority:  |Invoice #:|Company Name:   |Sales Rep:   
|Order Date:   |Description:   
|Department: 
__(Component Rows)
__(row 1)
|1   |INV2  |ToyCo Toys|Mitch
|05/31/06  |Item # XP01  
|Dept 34
  |Item # TD 457
  |Item # FR 239
__(row 2)
|7   |INV3   |Kiddy Toys |Lisa
|06/02/06   |Item # WW23   
|Dept 34
   |Item # FR 239
__

Any input would be greatly appreciated!  :-)

Thanks in advance for your help! 


Michael Hood
Internal Applications Dev ADMS/ CMS/ Armory

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RE: [Flashcoders] Preloading classes

2006-05-31 Thread Nick Weekes
Ah, there it is.  Thanks Doug.

And guilty as charged on not searching archive.  Sorry for the redundant
question all.



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Doug Tangren
Sent: 31 May 2006 18:03
To: Flashcoders mailing list
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Preloading classes

go to file  publish settings, under the flash tab there should be an  
actionscript version select box, next to that is a settings button,  
click that and from there specify which frame you want to export your  
classes.


Doug Tangren
[EMAIL PROTECTED]



On May 31, 2006, at 12:47 PM, Nick Weekes wrote:

 Hi all,



 I have a swf that uses several external classes (the built in tween  
 classes
 and some of my own), and when I test the movie I notice that this  
 code is
 compiled in frame 1 of my movie.  So a preloader isn't going to be  
 100%
 accurate as it will load my classes first, then my preloader code.   
 Is it
 possible to configure where classes get compiled, so maybe it isn't  
 in frame
 1?



 Cheers,



 Nick





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Re: [Flashcoders] Anyone know a good Flash CMS Portfolio App

2006-05-31 Thread Jacob Reiff


On May 31, 2006, at 5:10 AM, Matt Muller wrote:

A friend who is a designer is looking for a good, easy to use Flash  
based

CMS/XML driven to show off work, can anyone recommend anything?

thanks

MaTT
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They may want to check out Needmore Designs - they have built a CMS  
specifically for designers/artists to show off work in a flash  
portfolio, but update it via a web interface - they call it Ladybug.  
(http://www.getladybug.com).


Jacob

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RE: [Flashcoders] DATA GRID CUSTOMIZATION

2006-05-31 Thread Doug Coning
You may be better off turning off the header and creating your own
header that replicates what you want.  Then set up the datagrid to show
the rows correctly.  If you can't put all the information within a
single row, you may want to use the enhance grid and have it set the
back ground colors for rows that go together (i.e. rows 1-4 would be the
same record, rows 5 - 9, etc...)

Just my 2 cents...

Doug Coning 
Senior Web Development Programmer
FORUM Solutions, LLC
 
 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:flashcoders-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Michael Hood
 Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 1:07 PM
 To: flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
 Subject: [Flashcoders] DATA GRID CUSTOMIZATION
 
 Hey!
 
 This may be a bit vague - perhaps , but...  I'm trying to customize a
 Flash DataGrid Component so that it can have X rows of displayed
text in
 a column, in the header bar, and return X rows of returned, related
 data, all within a single row of a returned query...  Did that make
any
 sense?  I guess I need to know how to get a line/carriage return into
my
 actionscript - or Perl -  (prolly something really obvious) without
the
 code showing up in the displayed text?I'm using Flash Remoting and
 Perl w/MYSQL for my DB.
 
 I hope this doesn't get too scrambled in the process...  Here's sort
of
 what I'm trying to achieve:
 
 
 __(Component
Header)
 |Priority:  |Invoice #:|Company Name:   |Sales
 Rep:
 |Order Date:   |Description:
 |Department:
 __(Component Rows)
 __(row 1)
 |1   |INV2  |ToyCo Toys
 |Mitch
 |05/31/06  |Item # XP01
 |Dept 34
   |Item # TD 457
   |Item # FR 239
 __(row 2)
 |7   |INV3   |Kiddy Toys
 |Lisa
 |06/02/06   |Item # WW23
 |Dept 34
|Item # FR 239
 __
 
 Any input would be greatly appreciated!  :-)
 
 Thanks in advance for your help!
 
 
 Michael Hood
 Internal Applications Dev ADMS/ CMS/ Armory
 
 URL: http://www.futuremike.com
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[Flashcoders] [URGENT] Flash effect/transition samples

2006-05-31 Thread 8ball Developer

Hi all,

I have a client coming in today who wants see some sample
effects/transitions to apply to different parts of the Flash work. Do you
have links to such samples where I can go through them with him? Any help is
much appreciated.

Thanks,
Ben
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RE: [Flashcoders] FlashCodersBrighton.org

2006-05-31 Thread Jim Tann
Great, I will be there :)


-Original Message-
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Sent: 31 May 2006 12:41
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Subject: [Flashcoders] FlashCodersBrighton.org

Thought that UK Flashers may be interested in this!

Seb

-- Forwarded message --
From: James Marsden [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: 30-May-2006 18:48
Subject: [BNM] Flash Coders Brighton
To: Brighton New Media [EMAIL PROTECTED]


Hello BNM flash people!

Just when you thought Brighton couldn't get any more interesting, along
comes a Flash coders group hosted by the Skills Lab at City College!

The first session is due to take place on 6th June at 6:30 pm and will
run for 2 hours. It'll be a meet and greet session to find out what
people would really like to focus on during the meetings, and will be
followed by a presentation on particle systems if we have the time!

The Skills Lab is kitted out with enough CPU's for us all to play with,
so we can hack around with code, share ideas and have some fun.

More details in the press release below. Hope to see you there!

James



//[ Press Release ]==//

*Flashers come together*

Shame on you readers, this has nothing to do with the raincoat brigade!

A new Flash developers group, FlashCodersBrighton (FCB), is being
established in the city to bring together users of the software and
create a knowledge sharing network.  FCB, who have no intention of
exposing themselves, will meet fortnightly at City College, Brighton and
Hove, in Pelham Street.

They hope to attract all levels of Flash enthusiasts, from the casual
hobbyist to the Flash professional and this diversity will make for some
exciting discussions. The first of its kind in the area, the group was
inspired by FlashCodersNewYork (_www.flashcodersny.org
http://www.flashcodersny.org/_) and intends to maintain close contact
with the American network through the mutual sharing of ideas and
information from the meetings.

The group aims to cultivate a Flash programming community that will
raise standards and inspire, further enhancing Brighton's reputation as
a centre of excellence in the field of Digital Media.

The meetings will cover a wide range of topics. Some will feature
high-profile guest speakers from the Flash community; others will be
more informal discussions and an opportunity for information sharing.
They aim to cover the latest developments in software such as AS3 and
Flex, and more inspirational areas such as particle systems, animation
and physics simulations. The first meeting will be on the 6th of June,
and registration will be required before attending. For more information
please contact Seb at Plug-In Media on [EMAIL PROTECTED] or
check the website at www.flashcodersbrighton.org.

FCB is supported by Plug-In Media, FuturLab, SkillsLab at City
College Brighton and Hove and Wired Sussex.

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RE: [Flashcoders] [URGENT] Flash effect/transition samples

2006-05-31 Thread André Goliath
Something like this?

http://www.experiment23.de/tmp/index.html

(the menu are the small bars at the left)

hth 

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Hi all,

I have a client coming in today who wants see some sample
effects/transitions to apply to different parts of the Flash work. Do you
have links to such samples where I can go through them with him? Any help is
much appreciated.

Thanks,
Ben
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RE: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Jim Tann
I like to think of the Flashcoders list as a community not just a resource, I 
have helped  been helped on here many times but also like that there is some 
personality on here too.

Sorry if you don't feel the same way.
Jim


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Tom Lee
Sent: 31 May 2006 15:24
To: 'Flashcoders mailing list'
Subject: RE: [Flashcoders] by

We can do that by posting messages that are relevant to Flashcoders.  If we
did that, this thread wouldn't exist in the first place.  I am aware of the
bitter irony that by posting a request to end the thread, I have in fact
perpetuated it.  However, I would like Flashcoders to remain a high-quality
source for information, so I figure it doesn't hurt to ask that we remain
on-topic here.

-Original Message-
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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo de
Moraes Serpa
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 10:17 AM
To: Flashcoders mailing list
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

Tom, how could we do that? (Kill the thread)? Yeah, I think it´s a nice
idea.

On 5/31/06, Tom Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Can we please kill this thread?

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marcelo de
 Moraes Serpa
 Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 10:00 AM
 To: Flashcoders mailing list
 Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by

 Khodam,are you the same guy who posted that msg asking for a flasmx
 project
 whit source?? Maybe you got upset and that´s why you are saying goodbye
 (your last message subject was hiii) lol

 On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  I don't know, he said by I say heloo
 
  hello hello
  I don't know why he say goodbye
 
 
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  de Moraes Serpa
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  Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] by
 
  WTF?
 
  On 5/31/06, Jim Tann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
   Hello
  
   -Original Message-
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   khodesh
   Sent: 31 May 2006 07:39
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   b
  
  
  
   -
   Talk is cheap. Use Yahoo! Messenger to make PC-to-Phone calls.  Great
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[Flashcoders] re: self published

2006-05-31 Thread Thomas Marbois


reply to:

Message: 5
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 20:01:08 -0400
From: Matthew Simpson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [Flashcoders] self published.
To: Flashcoders mailing list flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Message-ID:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

I might stand alone on this but these questions popped into my mind  
before I got to the second paragraph of your post: Why would I want  
an open channel of communication between my applications (swf's) and  
you? Why must your utility communicate with your servers? Why would  
you not create your utility and make it available via the exchange as  
a component instead?


 
--


- its a game or utility that allows real-time interaction with others.
- my server PUSHES data to your screen.
- its not designed for Flash developers to add into the site - its  
designed for anyone with a moderate level of html skills to self  
publish into a site.


- I may instead GIVE a URL link for them to embed or copy into their  
site - but I want to know the benefits or cons for either method.


method a = embed a SWF in someones own domain and communicate with it  
-- push data to it -- via XML socket?
method b = GIVE someone a referenced URL link that they embed into  
their own site.


Does that make sense?

regards

Tj




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RE: [Flashcoders] by

2006-05-31 Thread Dave Watts
 I like to think of the Flashcoders list as a community not 
 just a resource, I have helped  been helped on here many 
 times but also like that there is some personality on here too.
 
 Sorry if you don't feel the same way.

Every time you post to this community, you're consuming the resource most
valuable to said community - its time.

The Flashcoders Wiki, now sadly defunct, has been partially mirrored. It
contains a succinct, useful guide to list etiquette:
http://www.osflash.org/flashcoders/etiquette

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[Flashcoders] re: self published

2006-05-31 Thread Thomas Marbois

in reply to:

Message: 8
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 20:53:56 -0400
From: Mike Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] self published.
To: Flashcoders mailing list flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Message-ID:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but it would be possible to  
make a
connection between servers using LocalConnection.  You'd have to  
ensure your
client swf was assigned an id to authenticate their application to  
access

the data.  There would have to be a security model, in other words.

Once again I've never done this so take my advice with a grain of  
salt, but
I'm sure interesting things are possible if they are sophisticated  
enough to
drop a crossdomain.xml to give you the ability to distribute  
components that

interact with your data.

In this case I have to say Flash would make a compelling choice for your
idea.


Mike

-

thanks mikeIm still digging into finding out if it can do what i  
want.  I think it can - but I just dont know the implementation  
details or the subtle security issues that cause communication to  
flash to be difficult.


Basically if I can push some data thru to the client using either XML  
or another method - and recieve data back to my servers - then Im set.


The only other issues i have to research are security of data - and  
security of swf files for decompile -- which I saw was possibly with  
an encryption software.


Cheers,

Tj

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[Flashcoders] Testing

2006-05-31 Thread Brian Mays
Not getting messages.  Sorry for inconvenience.

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Re: [Flashcoders] re: self published

2006-05-31 Thread Mike Britton

Good luck Thomas.  From a high-level perspective, your server flash
element can create a localconnection to receive, and your client flash
element can do the sending.  In the data can be the type of action
required, allowing for a switch statement to route it properly, as well as
the data itself (XML or whatever).

Keep in mind that localconnections of the same name will break if both are
open at the same time.  If you have concurrent instances of your application
open, you'll observe this problem.

Mike
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RE: [Flashcoders] re: self published

2006-05-31 Thread Matthew Simpson
I see. Thanks for the knowledge Thomas. Sounds to me like an XML socket is the 
way to go. Good Luck!
 
Matthew



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Sent: Wed 5/31/2006 1:53 PM
To: flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Subject: [Flashcoders] re: self published




reply to:

Message: 5
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 20:01:08 -0400
From: Matthew Simpson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [Flashcoders] self published.
To: Flashcoders mailing list flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Message-ID:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

I might stand alone on this but these questions popped into my mind 
before I got to the second paragraph of your post: Why would I want 
an open channel of communication between my applications (swf's) and 
you? Why must your utility communicate with your servers? Why would 
you not create your utility and make it available via the exchange as 
a component instead?


--

- its a game or utility that allows real-time interaction with others.
- my server PUSHES data to your screen.
- its not designed for Flash developers to add into the site - its 
designed for anyone with a moderate level of html skills to self 
publish into a site.

- I may instead GIVE a URL link for them to embed or copy into their 
site - but I want to know the benefits or cons for either method.

method a = embed a SWF in someones own domain and communicate with it 
-- push data to it -- via XML socket?
method b = GIVE someone a referenced URL link that they embed into 
their own site.

Does that make sense?

regards

Tj




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[Flashcoders] FileReference and ASP

2006-05-31 Thread azsl1326-email
I am looking for an ASP script to work in tandem with the FileReference class. 
I have searched the web but can only find mostly 
PHP scripts. My server has ASPUpload and SA FileUp available but am not having 
much luck getting the file to upload to the 
server. Can anyone assist in getting me on the right path?
 
 Thanks.
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Re: [Flashcoders] How to remove indent for LI with CSS?

2006-05-31 Thread Josh Santangelo
Instead of using li, just use the entity for a bullet character,  
#249; or something.


-josh

On May 31, 2006, at 10:10a, GregoryN wrote:


Hello all,

I'm trying to  remove indent for LI elements in html textfield (MX
2004). Client wants this.

In normal HTML/CSS we can just write:
   li {margin-left: 0;}

Seems in Flash this indent for LI is hard-built-in, at least I can't
find a way to get rid of it.

I'm not considered dirty tricks like move all textfield to the left
and set 'margin-left: X' for all non-LI elements... so far.

I'd appreciate any help in this issue.

Thanks in advance.


--
Best regards,
 GregoryN

http://GOusable.com
Flash components development.
Usability services.

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[Flashcoders] Q: 3d Navigation done in Shockwave

2006-05-31 Thread bitstreams
A really beatiful 3d nav with transparency and transformation

http://interact10ways.com/usa/emotion_interactive.htm

Although done in shockwave, does anyone know if this can be duplicated in Flash?

Thanks in advance
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Re: [Flashcoders] Q: 3d Navigation done in Shockwave

2006-05-31 Thread Nick Weekes
Ive definitely seen this done before in flash. 

Anybody got any public source/algorithms for this kind of navigation in 
actionscript?



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A really beatiful 3d nav with transparency and transformation

http://interact10ways.com/usa/emotion_interactive.htm

Although done in shockwave, does anyone know if this can be duplicated in Flash?

Thanks in advance
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[Flashcoders] Data in loaded movies issue

2006-05-31 Thread Philip Double
Hey all,

 

I am running into a weird issue that I have never seen before - hoping that
someone may be able to lend a hand.

 

To begin with - all files mentioned are hosted on the same domain server.

 

I have a shell file - that loads many content.swfs into it and is populated
from an xml

 

One of the files that gets loaded is a shell of sorts on its own.  This file
pulls a variable value from the root shell to decide which files it is going
to load.  

 

All works well in the test environment (ctrl-Enter) - always.  But if I run
the file generated by the test publish it will work in some environments but
not in others - it says that the variables that I am attempting to reference
are undefined..

 

Has anyone else run into this weirdness?

 

Thank you,

Philip A Double

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Re: [Flashcoders] FlashCodersBrighton.org

2006-05-31 Thread iestyn lloyd

On 5/31/06, Seb L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Thought that UK Flashers may be interested in this!

Seb



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[Flashcoders] Q: creating oval mask with 4 bezier points

2006-05-31 Thread bitstreams
Hi
I want to use the drawing api to create an oval mask whose shape is controlled 
by 4 bezier points.

To start I need to look into simulating bezier control points in flash.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance

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[Flashcoders] Tool for creating UML diagrams from ActionScript code other than Enterprise architect?

2006-05-31 Thread Manuel Saint-Victor

Is anyone aware of such a tool?  I have some classes that I would love to
generate actual UML diagrams for.

Thanks,

Mani
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[Flashcoders] RE: Flashcoders Digest, Vol 16, Issue 100

2006-05-31 Thread Michael Hood
Doug:

Interestingly, your solution for the header is one that I actually resorted to, 
but then I lose all of that nifty functionality, like sorting, column size, and 
other bells and whistles.

I see what you are saying about enhancing the colors to envelop the rows that 
go together (making them appear as one row).  That's a good idea, I'll have 
to see how/if I can get that to work.  I just don't quite know how to trick 
that data into working that way - like, does it need to happen in Perl, or in 
AS, or both? :-)

Any other ideas on how to do a multi-line header bar in a Data Grid and 
multi-line returned rows, I'd be thrilled to entertain them!

Thanks for your suggestions! 

 
  Michael Hood
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 Message: 12
 Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 13:27:56 -0400
 From: Doug Coning [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 You may be better off turning off the header and creating your own
 header that replicates what you want.  Then set up the datagrid to show
 the rows correctly.  If you can't put all the information within a
 single row, you may want to use the enhance grid and have it set the
 back ground colors for rows that go together (i.e. rows 1-4 would be the
 same record, rows 5 - 9, etc...)

 Just my 2 cents...

 Doug Coning 
 Senior Web Development Programmer
 FORUM Solutions, LLC
  
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RE: [Flashcoders] Tool for creating UML diagrams from ActionScript codeother than Enterprise architect?

2006-05-31 Thread Bernard Visscher
This maybe? http://www.codealloy.com/argoumlforactionscript.htm


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Onderwerp: [Flashcoders] Tool for creating UML diagrams from ActionScript
codeother than Enterprise architect?

Is anyone aware of such a tool?  I have some classes that I would love to
generate actual UML diagrams for.

Thanks,

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[Flashcoders] OT: good billing/invoicing apps?

2006-05-31 Thread Rich Rodecker

can anyone recommend a good billing/invoicing app?  i'm looking for
something on the simple/easy side.  or, if you use project management
software that does invoicing, let me know what you think of it.
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Re: [Flashcoders] OT: good billing/invoicing apps?

2006-05-31 Thread Aaron Silvers

This is off-topic, but iBiz on OS X has worked great for me.

-a-

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Re: [Flashcoders] OT: good billing/invoicing apps?

2006-05-31 Thread Rich Rodecker

thanks, i'll check that out.  I'm thinking I'd liek to try soemthign
web based, too.

On 5/31/06, Aaron Silvers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

This is off-topic, but iBiz on OS X has worked great for me.

-a-

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Re: [Flashcoders] OT: good billing/invoicing apps?

2006-05-31 Thread Radley Marx



If you're a Mac user, check out iBiz.

Very easy.



-radley


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Re: [Flashcoders] [URGENT] Flash effect/transition samples

2006-05-31 Thread 8ball Developer

This is good, but I'm looking for very simple things like bounce effect and
such.

On 5/31/06, André Goliath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Something like this?

http://www.experiment23.de/tmp/index.html

(the menu are the small bars at the left)

hth

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Hi all,

I have a client coming in today who wants see some sample
effects/transitions to apply to different parts of the Flash work. Do you
have links to such samples where I can go through them with him? Any help
is
much appreciated.

Thanks,
Ben
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Re: [Flashcoders] [URGENT] Flash effect/transition samples

2006-05-31 Thread Telmo Dias

Try this:

http://www.actionscript.org/tutorials/advanced/Tween-Easing_Classes_Documented/index.shtml

8ball Developer wrote:
This is good, but I'm looking for very simple things like bounce 
effect and

such.

On 5/31/06, André Goliath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Something like this?

http://www.experiment23.de/tmp/index.html

(the menu are the small bars at the left)

hth

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Hi all,

I have a client coming in today who wants see some sample
effects/transitions to apply to different parts of the Flash work. Do 
you
have links to such samples where I can go through them with him? Any 
help

is
much appreciated.

Thanks,
Ben
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Re: [Flashcoders] OT: good billing/invoicing apps?

2006-05-31 Thread Jacob Reiff
For web-based invoicing, you may want to check out Blinksale. I've  
been using it for a few months now and have no complaints. You can  
custom design the emails it sends out, it will include a PayPal link  
if you accept it and lets you send out thank-you's once you've been  
paid. Clean and fast, but doesn't do anything *but* invoicing. If you  
send out over 3 a month though, there's a monthly fee.


http://www.blinksale.com/

Jacob

On May 31, 2006, at 5:27 PM, Rich Rodecker wrote:


yup im on mac.  i've been reading both good and bad reviews on iBiz,
most of the recommending TimeNet.

i was thinking of going with basecamp, but it doesnt look like it
handles invoicing all that much.



On 5/31/06, Radley Marx [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



If you're a Mac user, check out iBiz.

Very easy.



-radley


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Re: [Flashcoders] OT: good billing/invoicing apps?

2006-05-31 Thread Josh Santangelo

Interesting. Is there an iBiz vs TimeNet comparison up anywhere?

-josh

On May 31, 2006, at 5:27p, Rich Rodecker wrote:


yup im on mac.  i've been reading both good and bad reviews on iBiz,
most of the recommending TimeNet.

i was thinking of going with basecamp, but it doesnt look like it
handles invoicing all that much.



On 5/31/06, Radley Marx [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



If you're a Mac user, check out iBiz.

Very easy.



-radley


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[Flashcoders] setting the centerpoint of a movieclip?

2006-05-31 Thread grimmwerks

Is there any way of setting like the regpoint of a movieclip to it's
center on the fly without repositioning it?

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[Flashcoders] minimum player version?

2006-05-31 Thread Josh Santangelo
Assuming you're supporting Flash Player 7 and up on a site, when  
doing Flash detection on your sites, do people just check for any  
version of FP7? Or did one of the minor versions fix some important  
bug that's worth checking for?


Or: Is there a document anywhere that lists what changed in the minor  
version updates to FP7?


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[Flashcoders] ICE Technology released iPush Flash API v2.0.1 to help real-time RIA development

2006-05-31 Thread 翁穎晰

[fix all encoding errors, sorry~~]
Taipei, Taiwan - May 26, 2006 - ICE Technology Corp. officially released 
iPush Flash API v2.0.1. It enables real-time data distribution capability of 
Flash applications.


For supporting the development of real-time Rich Internet Application, we 
have provided iPush APIs, such as Java Class and ActiveX Control for a long 
time. From now on, Flash developers can use this iPush Flash API to take 
advantage of iPush Server in Flash applications. It provides another choice 
besides Macromedia Flash Media Server for real-time data distribution. said 
Fred Chiang, Chief Marketing Officer of ICE Technology.


iPush Server is a proven middleware for real-time data distribution, 
designed for serving massive concurrent connections. With its various APIs, 
different kind of client applications and devices, from server to mobile 
device, can participate in the same real-time service, subscribe-to-receive 
data in the way of server pushing.


Enterprises and developers are paying close attention to Rich Internet 
Application now, because better user experience will bring in higher value 
from the net. Obviously, the speed of data update plays a significant factor 
in user experience of RIA.


The iPush Flash API is the first move of ICE Technology's continuing 
contributions to Flash community. With it, Flash applications can leverage 
the high performance of iPush Server which achieves throughput of 105,000 
messages per second on a entry-level PC host. Furthermore, a Flash 
application can bi-directionally communicate with applications on Linux, 
Windows, Java virtual machine, Pocket PC, Smart Phone, even embedded system. 
This presents another important feature - high accessibility of iPush 
Server. said Fred Chiang.


About ICE Technology Corporation

Founded in April 2000, ICE Technology is a leading provider of real-time 
information distribution software and relative solutions for real-time 
services.


ICE Technology delivers the most cost-effective information distribution 
server family, iPush Server, and provides solutions for various vertical 
markets’ needs, such as financial service, sports and gamming, mobile 
service, and industrial automation. Please visit 
http://www.icetechnology.com to get more information about ICE Technology.


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iPush Server is a registered trademark of ICE Technology Corporation. All 
other trademarks contained herein are the property of their respective 
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Re: [Flashcoders] setting the centerpoint of a movieclip?

2006-05-31 Thread Steve Polk

http://www.darronschall.com/weblog/archives/54.cfm

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Re: [Flashcoders] Tool for creating UML diagrams from ActionScript codeother than Enterprise architect?

2006-05-31 Thread Adam Pasztory

I'm still using gModeler.  Though I have to admit it's getting a bit long
in the tooth.



Is anyone aware of such a tool?  I have some classes that I would love to
generate actual UML diagrams for.



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Re: [Flashcoders] RE: Flashcoders Digest, Vol 16, Issue 100

2006-05-31 Thread Josh Santangelo
If you want to make your own DataGrid header row and still retain  
sorting functionality, make each header a button with code which  
calls something like:


dg.content_mc.header_mc.hO1.onRelease();

dg is your datagrid, and the 1 is the index of the column. Note  
that's a letter-o before it, not number-zero.


-josh

On May 31, 2006, at 2:03p, Michael Hood wrote:


Doug:

Interestingly, your solution for the header is one that I actually  
resorted to, but then I lose all of that nifty functionality, like  
sorting, column size, and other bells and whistles.


I see what you are saying about enhancing the colors to envelop the  
rows that go together (making them appear as one row).  That's a  
good idea, I'll have to see how/if I can get that to work.  I just  
don't quite know how to trick that data into working that way -  
like, does it need to happen in Perl, or in AS, or both? :-)


Any other ideas on how to do a multi-line header bar in a Data Grid  
and multi-line returned rows, I'd be thrilled to entertain them!


Thanks for your suggestions!


  Michael Hood
 Internal Applications Dev ADMS/ CMS/ Armory

URL: http://www.futuremike.com
Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (w)  [EMAIL PROTECTED] (h)

[All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given  
to us. -Gandalf- Lord of the Rings]





Message: 12
Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 13:27:56 -0400
From: Doug Coning [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [Flashcoders] DATA GRID CUSTOMIZATION
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You may be better off turning off the header and creating your own
header that replicates what you want.  Then set up the datagrid to  
show

the rows correctly.  If you can't put all the information within a
single row, you may want to use the enhance grid and have it set the
back ground colors for rows that go together (i.e. rows 1-4 would  
be the

same record, rows 5 - 9, etc...)

Just my 2 cents...

Doug Coning
Senior Web Development Programmer
FORUM Solutions, LLC


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[Flashcoders] Resume for Senior Flash Designer/Developer

2006-05-31 Thread Beau Gould
Hello,

I've got a very talented Flash Designer / Developer looking for F/T
work. He's open to pretty much any US location provided the job is
interesting, good benefits, etc. 

If you're an employer and you'd like to see his resume, please contact
me off-list.

Thank you,
Beau J. Gould
 
Open Source Staffing
www.open-source-staffing.com
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