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»Added  2010-08-31
»Rating  3.26
»Votes  27
»Author  Wijdan Rohail | Search by Wijdan Rohail
»Version  Flash 8
»Description  On some project you must be requiring products scroll from any direction, but you need it should scroll forever without any interruption & jerk and no body should know that which one is first picture and which is last picture. So I’m going to tell you a technique in Flash, so that you can create a continuous slide. I’m also going to put Source FLA file. Very very useful technique, must try please, not a difficult tutorial.


  • Continuous Picture Slide in Flash

    Posted by Boublippinius on 11/06/2012 06:43am

    Continuous Picture Slide in Flash.

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