The idea of putting a SWF into an interactive PDF is something I would strongly advise you to reconsider.
The PDF will be virtually worthless on a mobile device and even many desktop users do not have the Flash player installed.
Even Adobe has stopped including it in Acrobat and Reader.
Thank you for your response!
The thought was to make an interactive piece to email to potential clients, something different. From what I have read most computers now come with Flash preinstalled and Apple has fixed the bugs with interpretting Flash on mobile devices.
Can you help me with my troubleshooting as to why these intermittenly work? Also, how to reset the buttons to initial state once activated?
I was trying "on click" to add another action but I it seems as though it is too closely related to "on release"; which I have. When both those commands exist the links don't function, but "on release" activates the initial action - I would like it to reset.
No, I sorry but can't help. It's just way too wonky.
I really urge you to reconsider. There is nothing impressive about a
page curl and I don't know where you're getting your information from
but those SWF files are worthless on mobile.
To help with the hyperlinks?
Shelf the idea on the page curl for now... I just want the links to work
Sorry if I wasn't clear. I can't help with this since I abandoned SWF
long ago when it became painfully obvious that it was a format with no
future for this type of use.
I think if you wait a bit someone might be able to give you some advice
but don't be too shocked if they agree with my assessment.
Ok, thank you.