We're building "Talking Applications" in Catalyst, where our clients can click on a section of an application for services to hear an audio description of that part of the application. Easy to do in Catalyst by "Adding a Sound Effect," but I can find no method to TURN OFF the sound after it starts playing. Ideally, I'd like to click once to start the audio, then click a second time to stop it. Like Flash proper has in it's "Code Snippits" (Turn On/Off Audio).
I thought of having the sounds as video clips, but it always puts up the controller.
Is this even possible?
I guess a better title for this thread ould be "TOGGLING SOUND ON & OFF"
Although you do get the controller when you import a video, you can remove it. So that might be the easiest solution
You might want to really think about switching some of this development into Flash Builder. You will have a lot more capabilities available to you, but with Flash Catalyst 1.0 it is one way trip into Flash Builder.
Actually, I am finalizing in FB, as that is the only way to get rid of those damn "http://" strings in my links. And the One-Way trip has been a real pain. I did just now download Burritos and Paninis for lunch, so I'll give it a crack... I'll try the video deal too...