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LGLab
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Do you mean add this part to the end of any link?

I emailed admin and they said there was no way to do so yet, however, I already tried this and do get clickthroughs, but do you get the 50%?

Cheers

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LGLab
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Hi,

It would be a good idea for FD sellers to be able to post links to their portfolio across the web , that would also be a referral links, so if you find someone that needs a file that you sell, you could direct this person straight to your item and also get 50% on the first deposit.

What do you think?

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LGLab
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You need to look into the Sound class. I would always suggest looking into the flash help first before spending too much time googling around.

Open you actionscript panel, type Sound on a new line, highlight the word and press the question mark in the top right hand corner of the actionscript panel, most of the time you will find a good enough example….and don’t forget to delete the word Sound from your AS when you’re done ;-)

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LGLab
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the only limitation so far I have seen in AS3 is that it doesn’t allow you to send arrays using URLVariables. Recently I had a similar problem and I had to use flash remoting to solve my problem. I didn’t want to use JSON or other solutions as I am very good with flash remoting.

This isn’t sending an array though .. it’s sending an object with property names that have been assigned in a loop and initialized from values in an array:

paypal_lv.quantity_1 = aCart[1].Quantity;
paypal_lv.quantity_2 = aCart[2].Quantity;
 .. 
paypal_lv.item_name_1 = aCart[1].Name;
paypal_lv.item_name_2 = aCart[2].Name;
 .. 
paypal_lv.amount_1 = aCart[1].Total;
paypal_lv.amount_2 = aCart[2].Name;
...
etc

right, but anyone know of a simple way to send array using URLVariables, any trick?

yes, that’s the question…Anyways, thanks for your help guys, will give it a go tomorrow when my hair has grown back a bit and post if any success….

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LGLab
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Feel free to post…just replace the curse words with words like…

snap jacks

banana

water buffalo

captain crunch

North Carolina

Will suggest that to Jay-Z ;-)

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LGLab
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Hi guys,

I’m trying to make my first paypal cart in AS3 but I’m kind of stuck when sending to paypal. I want to send a list of items that the user has added to the cart, all of which are stored in an array, but when sending to paypal, only the last item in the cart/loop gets sent, my current code is this:

private function checkout(evt:MouseEvent):void {

for (var i:int = 0; i < aCart.length ; i++) {

paypal_lv.add = aCart[i].Quantity;
paypal_lv.item_name = aCart[i].Name;
paypal_lv.amount = aCart[i].Total;
paypal_lv.cmd = “_cart”;
paypal_lv.business = “address”
paypal_lv.no_shipping = “2”;
paypal_lv.no_note = “1”;
paypal_lv.currency_code = “USD”;
paypal_lv.bn = “PP-ShopCartBF”;

request.data= paypal_lv;
request.method = URLRequestMethod.POST;
navigateToURL(request, “_blank”);

}

From what I read on the web, I would need to write the code similar to this:

paypal_lv[“add” + (i+1)] = aCart[i].Quantity; etc…

But get an error page when getting to paypal :-(

Never done any cart even in as2 before, just paypal buttons, any clue would be greatly appreciated ;-)

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LGLab
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Hi 360,

Here is the basic structure for a mouse event in AS3 :

function onClick(evt:MouseEvent):void{ your function here } yourBtn.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClick);

Hope this helps….

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LGLab
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Sorry guys, will refrain in the future….

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LGLab
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How about making reviewing a little bit more flexible so one reviewer doesn’t have to have so many skills as stated in the “looking for a reviewer” thread:

“have strong skills in Flash/Actionscript 3.0, understanding of copyright issues, a reasonable size Flash portfolio with good sales, active on the forums and community orientated.”

There doesn’t need to have only one queue for example.How about having a queue solely for animations, or for AS2 , AS3 or templates if it makes it faster all together, why not?

It seems FD isn’t going to get any less successful, and after all, a long queue can attract customers (Trust my catering experience), but a long queue that is dealt with efficiently is definitely the sign of a good business…

Don’t get me wrong here, my original post was just a joke, I do believe in a strong reviewing process, but maybe now would be the time to re think the process to accomodate a larger scale….different queues is the way forward I think.

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LGLab
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Just kidding DS, I should have put this in off topic I guess…

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