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Author: Eddie Carroll | Website:

The Frame Demo

I mentioned before you could use a frame to execute a print command. What happens is the playhead reaches the frame specified to print, the Get URL action is envoked and a Print dialog box appears. To do this it's exactly the same for a button but you first select a frame and Choose Modify > Frame and select the Actions tab to modify the actions in the Frame Properties box. Have a look at the movie below for a demonstration.

That just about wraps up creating customised button for your movies but before I finish I'd like to leave with a few other ideas for consideration. Why not provide your visitor with a movie while your pages spool and print? Here is one that was created and kindly donated by Cahal Dallett,

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2000-02-14
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