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wickedpixel
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Were i can check my IQ? .. i’m too dumb to know that :D

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_double post

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Hey alexandrup, very nice and compact mode to do bitmap smoothing for dynamic loaded images…
One thing… i was using your code(copy-paste some lines :D ) and after 30 minits of testing(not working) i realized that there was a typo in the script…

_obj.onLoadInit = function(pMC:MovieClip):Void{

not

obj.onLoadInit = function(pMC:MovieClip):Void{

:D

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CMS . Content Management System is the type of software you need… You can use Wordpress for simple stuff (simple static pages, dinamic, etc) or more advanced stuff like Joomla for large amount of content and advanced data structure… Both free.

Anyway… if you are a beginner in this maybe it’s better to hire a freelancer or a firm for the job(with skills proved by a portfolio).

...however… the first step is to make a research on the sites with the same profile to see what powers them and what features they have… to make you a better idea about what you need…

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I don’t know about you guys… but i’m happy about that :D

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hmm.. click on the first frame from the first layer and press f9(where is a little “a”)

there is the actionscript that manages your frames…

not on the text

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just uploaded a flash file… 101/101 :D

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Well.. now one thing is sure… you have a different frame animation for those buttons… Seems that the animation for Specialties don’t work as well as you need… Check the text(how is shown) on all frames and watch how the script handles the frames… (select first layer and pressF9)

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well.. enter in your link movieclips, select the text field and check if is dinamic, static or input type – i must be static. if other way… you need to click on the embed button and select “basic latin” to embed the font…(dynamic and input text fields are not shown if they are not embeded and have transformation as scale and skew applied)

I’m not sure if this is the answer.. but you can give it a try…

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Your text fields from those links are dinamic? are the fonts embeded?

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