How build a link on a flash file?

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  1. italo

    italo Guest

    Hello, I have this sample:
    http://www.oreliete.net/bomboniere/sample-02.htm

    as you see there is a great "button" containing a flash image.
    If you click on the button, there is a jump to another page (not present in this moment).
    But if you click on the flash central image, nothing happens.

    How could I link that image, too?
    Thank you,
    Italo (from Italy)
     
    italo, Nov 16, 2010
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  2. italo

    Peter Guest

    In article <4ce2957a$0$6820$>,
    says...
    > Hello, I have this sample:
    > http://www.oreliete.net/bomboniere/sample-02.htm
    >
    > as you see there is a great "button" containing a flash image.
    > If you click on the button, there is a jump to another page (not present in this moment).
    > But if you click on the flash central image, nothing happens.
    >
    > How could I link that image, too?
    > Thank you,
    > Italo (from Italy)
    >
    >


    Hope I'm not jumping in too quickly, but not sure it's possible. I'm
    fairly new to flash, but this may well be a flash only question where
    the answer is to export the flash object and link it to a URL during the
    export process.

    So what flash software are you using?

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    Peter, Nov 16, 2010
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  3. italo

    richard Guest

    On Tue, 16 Nov 2010 15:30:19 +0100, italo wrote:

    > Hello, I have this sample:
    > http://www.oreliete.net/bomboniere/sample-02.htm
    >
    > as you see there is a great "button" containing a flash image.
    > If you click on the button, there is a jump to another page (not present in this moment).
    > But if you click on the flash central image, nothing happens.
    >
    > How could I link that image, too?
    > Thank you,
    > Italo (from Italy)


    If I understand what you want to do, you would need to create the link
    within the flash program itself.
    Or you could try something like <a> [flash object] www.google.com </a>
     
    richard, Nov 17, 2010
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  4. italo

    italo Guest

    "Peter" wrote in message news:...
    >Hope I'm not jumping in too quickly, but not sure it's possible. I'm
    >fairly new to flash, but this may well be a flash only question where
    >the answer is to export the flash object and link it to a URL during the
    >export process.
    >
    >So what flash software are you using?


    Thank you for your reply.
    I am not using a flash software, but only a banner already written by other people.
    I have been told that the link to an external URL must be written *inside* the banner,
    during its creation.
    If this is true, I'm afraid I cannot do what I wish, and it would be necessary create a
    new banner.
    Italo
     
    italo, Nov 17, 2010
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  5. italo

    italo Guest

    "richard" wrote in message news:7g646uo2tehq$...

    >If I understand what you want to do, you would need to create the link
    >within the flash program itself.
    >Or you could try something like <a> [flash object] www.google.com </a>


    Thank you for your reply.
    The second system don't run, so I think you're right on putting that link inside the
    banner during its creation.
    Italo
     
    italo, Nov 17, 2010
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