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I am importing a flash movie into director and noticed that my links to URL's do not work any more.  Is there a way to make these work again or can I make links in director?

Thanks for the help....

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From what I believe I know, you can make links in director.  Either manually or by use of the behaviours.

Window>Library Palette>Navigation

Drag and drop the behaviour "Go to URL" onto a sprite on the stage, then enter the requested URL from the pop up menu.

You can also use the Text inspector on #text to create hyperlinks.  Simply go to Insert>Media Element>Text
After which go to Window>Text Inspector .  From the text inspector, enter the URL within the "Hyperlink Data" field.

Or you can create a link manually.  Check this site out:

Scroll down to Text information.  There you can click to obtain .dirs which illustrates manual creation of  hyperlinks.

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