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Dynamic creation of .SWF

Dynamic creation of .SWF

Dynamic creation of .SWF


I am completely new to Flash... but I am wondering if this is possible.   I would like to be able to have a web user enter text into a browser.  After they submit the text, I would like that text to be incorporated into a Flash animation.  As an ultra-dream... I would then like to give them a link where they could download the .SWF OR convert the .SWF to an animated .GIF and allow them to download that.

Am I dreaming or is this possible?


RE: Dynamic creation of .SWF

1. How can I create flash button that can use like flash button in dream weaver,
2. I create web page with 2 frames,How can I create flash button to open target link in mainFrame
                                                               Thanks a lot

RE: Dynamic creation of .SWF

where can i get the Generator for the Flash creation.
Please also let me know about any tutorial for it.Thanks

RE: Dynamic creation of .SWF

Generator was discontinued and replaced with Flash Remoting.  I do not know if you can still download the Generator tools but Macromedia's dowload site would be a good start.  

The offline tools are included with Flash 5.

Wow JT that almost looked like you knew what you were doing!

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