2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 30, 2006 8:11 AM by Newsgroup_User

    separate buttons on animated .gif

    fbcojman Level 1
      I have a couple animated .gif files on my website. I use them as scrolling advertisements. I would like to offer link buttons specific to the info on the current frame, however, when i create the button is shows up on all frames. Is there anyway to have buttons specific to the current frame in an animated .gif?
        • 1. Re: separate buttons on animated .gif
          Level 7
          As far as I know, no you cannot do this with an animated gif.

          If you create the animation in Flash, then this option is available to you.

          alex

          fbcojman wrote:
          > I have a couple animated .gif files on my website. I use them as scrolling
          > advertisements. I would like to offer link buttons specific to the info on the
          > current frame, however, when i create the button is shows up on all frames. Is
          > there anyway to have buttons specific to the current frame in an animated .gif?
          >
          • 2. Re: separate buttons on animated .gif
            Level 7
            Yep - no can do with animated GIF.

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            "Alex Mariño" <aSlexPmAar@mMt.net> wrote in message
            news:ekmvb3$2va$2@forums.macromedia.com...
            > As far as I know, no you cannot do this with an animated gif.
            >
            > If you create the animation in Flash, then this option is available to
            > you.
            >
            > alex
            >
            > fbcojman wrote:
            >> I have a couple animated .gif files on my website. I use them as
            >> scrolling advertisements. I would like to offer link buttons specific to
            >> the info on the current frame, however, when i create the button is shows
            >> up on all frames. Is there anyway to have buttons specific to the
            >> current frame in an animated .gif?
            >>