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Publish Settings (cast members?)

Publish Settings (cast members?)

Publish Settings (cast members?)

I have all my text, pictures, audio etc. as External Cast Members, but when I use "Publish Settings" nothing shows up and I realize that I should have imported all my members as Internal Cast Members. Is there a way to publish my project on a website and still have the members External or do they have to be Internal? If they have to be Internal Cast Members, is there a way to make them Internal without going through the whole process again (and make the projekt from scratch)?? I use an old version of Director (8.5).

RE: Publish Settings (cast members?)

There's no need to internalize casts. External casts (.cst file) will become compressed external cast files (.cct) ready for web publishing.

Kenneth Kawamoto

RE: Publish Settings (cast members?)

But nothing shows up when I try "File->Publish" or when I try "File>Preview in Browser"? Am I doing something wrong?

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