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Thread began 4/22/2009 8:14 pm by bamben2377712 | Last modified 5/06/2009 12:22 pm by bamben2377712 | 4881 views | 11 replies

bamben2377712

ok I managed to figure that out the other day, sorry I should of posted that I did (Ive been a bit busy, I geuss I forgot).

I got a good look at the .fla file, it is blank only that it holds one line of action script on the first frame #include "open-flash-chart.as" so the chart is made in the xml code and reffered to and shown on that frame. open-flash-chart.as is one of the files in the action script folder, I take it that you can only use it once?

Would it be possible to make a copy of this file (open-flash-chart2.as) and on the next frame put #include "open-flash-chart2.as"??? because then I can make a simple button to jump back and forth through the frames and this will be exactly what ive been looking for....JOB DONE A+ EXELLENTE perfect!!!

This is exciting!

ps: Dynamic Web Charts give you an xml editor is this easy to use?

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