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Author: Alex Santos (aka The GateKeeper) | Website: http://GoldenGateWebsites.com

Now lets make the Fail-safe file

Open a new movie in Flash. Pull down "Modify" to "Movie". Make this movie real small. I made mine 50 X 50. All you need in this movie is one action frame looking something like this:

Now you will want to put this swf file in a location where you will remember it. With any luck you will not need at all. If you need 2 years from now, you will want to know where you put it. For test purposes (and so you know the location of one copy), you should put it on your server, and name it "testpayment.swf". It would be a good idea to make a new directory solely for this function.

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Added: 2001-03-29
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