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Re: [Swftools-common] interesting challenge, willing to pay for a soluti
Re: [Swftools-common] interesting challenge, willing to pay for a solution
Thu, 20 Jan 2011 17:54:10 -0700
i'd just like to chime in and say that this is a fantastic community. Ricardo
has provided me with a fantastic solution. Many thanks to you, Ricardo, and to
everyone else for being here and being willing to help and discuss.
On Jan 20, 2011, at 4:33 AM, Ricardo Pedroso wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 4:26 PM, Michael Geary <address@hidden> wrote:
>> hi folks,
>> i'm in one of those cases where swftools gets me *really* close to a
>> solution, but i have some unusual requirements that interfere. It's entirely
>> possible that what i need isn't really possible, but you guys have already
>> demonstrated some things with swftools that I wouldn't have thought
>> possible, so i'm putting this out there. If a solution could be provided by
>> customizing the source of swftools, i'm willing to pay someone to do that,
>> assuming it doesn't exceed my budget.
>> Here's the situation: I have several PDF books that i'm turning into SWFs.
>> They are children's books, so for the most part, there's a full-page graphic
>> with a couple of text fields on top of it. I need to produce one swf per
>> page, which i know i can do, but I also need all the *text* on the page to
>> be placed into a named movieclip. I need the ability at runtime to toggle
>> the visibility of the text.
>> Unfortunately, it actually goes even one step further. In the lower left and
>> right-hand corners there are page numbers. These text instances should *not*
>> be included in the movieclip that contains the rest of the text on the page.
>> That is, when i turn off the visibility of the text on the page, we don't
>> want to hide the page numbers.
> I think I can work a solution. It's not very hard.
> Tell me if you still interested.
> If you can/want donate to SWFTools it will be excellent.