You could build a fifth file that loads whichever of the other files and has the button you mention.
Just not seeing:
'<!-- flash background -->'.
only .swf I see getting downloaded is:
Also don't see a full screen background, but a left aligned, black-stripe/greensection that seems to repeat when screen size exceeds about 1200 px.
So can you clarify the file name of the background.
Is it on your intro page or the actual web site?
Hi, that sounds like probably the best method. Any hints how that could be implemented? I'm guessing that 5th file would have nothing to do with flash.
Is there somewhere you know of where I could find a tutorial or some insightful pointers?
Hey, you got the wrong website. It has a similar name, but different address:
You left out the studio part.
The link is yours, not mine:
Don't know why you need any more files. You are just using regular .swf scaled to exact fit 100%
Turn THAT .swf into your multicolor .swf and put a button on it.
You could load the other colors .swfs into a main .swf only when the button is clicked (use loadMovieClip or something like that).
Or use 4 frames, one for each color, and the button would jump from frame 1 to 2 to 3, etc on the button click.
No need to change the html at all that way, just edit the .swf to include all the possible colors. If file size gets too big, use a preloader.
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The fifth file would also be a Flash file, used to load whichever of the other swf files you have. How you load them depends on wh
at version of actionscript you are using.
Sorry guys, my mistake, a big one at that... In my original post I wrote the wrong website address.
The correct website address is www.fatkatmusicstudio.com
I was in a hurry and wasn't thinking...
Anyhow, thank you for all your help , it's much appreciated.
I wish I had a much higher level of knowledge and understanding of internet technologies so I could implement this button. However, I think it may be beyond my skill level at this moment.
Cheers, and thanks again.